Step into the mesmerizing world of Salvador Dalí as art comes to life like never before. The Dalí Museum’s Dalí Alive 360° is an immersive experience celebrating the life and creative genius of one of the most influential and inventive artists of the modern era. This multi-sensory art experience envelops visitors in 360 degrees of light and sound within a monumental new Museum space: The Dalí Dome.
The dynamic animations of Dalí’s works featured in Dalí Alive 360° illuminate the challenges and triumphs of his artistic career and provide visitors the sensation of stepping into Dalí’s life. The experience immerses the visitor in Dalí’s surreal landscapes, iconic melting clocks and mind-bending illusions with touchpoints from the artist’s time in Spain, Paris and America. Each of these eras in the artist’s life prompted a response from Dalí, leading to his constant reinvention.
Dalí Alive was co-produced by the Museum and Grande Experiences—the creator of Van Gogh Alive and a world leader in the creation and display of multisensory, immersive experiences. Dalí Alive 360° is a customized experience with imagery created specifically for the 360-degree environment of The Dalí Dome by Omnispace360, the creator of immersive environments as seen at Austin City Limits and six Super Bowls.
Dalí Alive 360˚ in The Dalí Dome is a $15 add-on experience to a Gallery Admission ticket for all guests, including members. The experience has approximately 10 showtimes daily, with limited capacity. Timed tickets are required; advance tickets recommended. Onsite tickets are available during Museum operating hours as space allows. Please arrive early—the show starts promptly at the time on your ticket.
Due to high volume, you may experience ticket purchasing delays.
Tickets are typically available up to 30 days in advance.
See Dalí Alive 360° FAQs for more information.
The Dalí Alive 360˚ exhibit contains simulations, such as flashing lights, which may affect those susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy, vertigo or other visual sensitivities and motion sickness. Also, some of Dalí’s works contain nudity and mature images; parental guidance, including dialog about art and the human body, is encouraged.