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*
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$23
Firefighters & Educators with ID*
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$23
Students 18+ with ID*
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$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*
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$12
After 5pm on Thu: Children: 6-12
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$8
After 5pm on Thu: Children 5 and younger FREE
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Exhibits + Collections

Dalí by the Decades

2006 01 Aug
2007 01 Jan

Dalí by the Decades

August 1, 2006 – January 1, 2007

A chronological exhibition of oil paintings, drawings, watercolors and objet from the Museum’s permanent collection cast against interpretive material including photographs, text and graphics showing the changing context – personal life and cultural times – in which Dalí lived and created. The dynamic and tumultuous time between the two World Wars acted as a catalyst for the development of Surrealism and reflects Dali’s particular blend of integrating his personal symbolic interpretations within the context of universally recognized symbols.

Curated by Joan Kropf, Dirk Armstrong and Elen Woods.

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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