Salvador Dalí Museum, Inc.

Hours

Daily Hours
10am-5:30pm
Thursdays
10am-8pm

Last ticket sold at 5:15pm
7:45pm on Thursdays

Store & Gardens remain open
for 30 minutes after galleries close

Closed Mar 13-15, 2020

Closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day

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Ticket Prices

Adults
Ages 18-64 $25
Seniors 65+ $23
Military & Police with ID*
(not available online, please
purchase in person)
$23
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purchase in person)
$23
Students 18+ with ID*
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purchase in person)
$18
Children
Students 13-17 $18
Children 6-12 $10
Children 5 & younger FREE
Specials
After 5pm on Thu: Adults, Seniors, College Students, Students 13-17*
(not available online, please
purchase in person)
$12
After 5pm on Thu: Children: 6-12
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purchase in person)
$8
After 5pm on Thu: Children 5 and younger FREE
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Left Bank Bistro Interior

Exclusive Member Discount: Left Bank Bistro

20 Feb
Thursday
30 Mar
Monday

Exclusive Member Discount: Left Bank Bistro

Thursday, Feb. 20, 7:30am–Monday, Mar. 30, 9pm

Exclusive Member Discount: Left Bank Bistro
Members receive special discounts at partner businesses supporting the Museum.

Dalí Museum members are invited to enjoy a complimentary craft cocktail with their meals in honor of the special exhibition Midnight in Paris: Surrealism at the Crossroads, 1929. When ordering, show your membership card and choose a “Hemingway” or “Picasso,” on the house, as your Exclusive Member Discount at The Left Bank Bistro.

 

Left Bank Bistro Hemingway cocktail
The Hemingway
Refreshing combination of Flor de Caña rum, crème de casis, simple syrup, fresh squeezed lime juice with muddled mint.
Left Bank Bistro Picasso cocktail
The Picasso
This delicious cocktail has been curated with Templeton rye, Felix Bigallet liquor, orange bitters, orange peel and cherry.

 

 

The Left Bank Bistro
1225 Dr. MLK Jr. St. N.
St Petersburg, FL 33701

About The Left Bank Bistro
It was the 1920s on the left bank of the Seine River in Paris, known to Parisians as La Rive Gauche, when the cafés of Montparnasse gave birth to an art and literary scene that would change the world. This was a time when artists, writers and creative thinkers reigned supreme, living la vie de bohème: Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Josephine Baker and Gertrude Stein, Henri Matisse, Colette, Pablo Picasso, Djuna Barnes, and the list goes on…  These vanguard artists were the inspiration for our restaurant, and you will notice tributes to them throughout your dining experience. We celebrate their visions, while including our own. We are a place for gathering with friends and meeting new ones, for sipping coffee and cocktails on the patio while enjoying great conversations; or dining in the house on one of our delicious creations. We did our best to honor the spirit of our renovated 1920s home, keeping it as close to original as we could, while adding our own modern twist. This is our tip of the hat to the days of Jazz and Champagne. The Left Bank Bistro is located in the Crescent Lake area at 1225 Dr. MLK Jr. St. N., St Petersburg, FL 33701. The elegant decor and setting takes you back to 1920’s Paris – where artists and poets lived during that time period. The restaurant is housed in a meticulously restored 1922 bungalow that features French cuisine along with signature top-shelf cocktails named after the artists of the day. There is inside as well as outside seating for patrons. For reservations call 727-256-1691 or visit  http://www.theleftbankbistro.com.

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Left Bank Bistro exterior

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If someday I may die, though it is unlikely, I hope the people in the cafes will say, ‘Dalí has died, but not entirely.’ – Salvador Dalí