Health & Safety

UPDATE AS OF FEB 25, 2022: Face masks are recommended for all Museum visitors. Our health & safety policies are informed by CDC and other guidelines and may change at any time. 

What the Museum is doing to help:

  • Offering advance timed-tickets
  • Providing touch-free payments (card only; cash is not accepted)
  • Operating at reduced capacities

What you can do to help:

COVID 100X100 Tickets

Pre-purchase timed tickets

COVID 100X100 Mask

Masks are recommended; Wear over nose/mouth

COVID 100X100 Physical Distance

Maintain physical distance from other parties

know before you go:

  • Enjoy all 60,000 sq. feet of The Dalí Museum. There are multiple spaces to enjoy including the galleries, garden, café, store and more.
  • Consider a mid-week afternoon visit. Though not guaranteed, weekdays tend to be less crowded than weekends and holidays, often with tickets remaining in the afternoon timeslots.
  • Bring headphones and download the free Dalí Museum App to access maps, tours and more from your personal device.

what to expect while visiting:

  • Your pre-purchased tickets will be scanned at Admissions, touch-free at the time listed on your ticket. Questions on timed ticketing? See answers to frequently asked questions.
  • To avoid groups gathering in the galleries, Museum staff and volunteers will be available to answer questions. Private docent tours are available for groups of 15 or less.
  • Should you need a break at any point during your visit, there is plenty of safe space to step back including the Avant-garden and the contemplation room in the James Family Wing.
  • Café Gala is open with indoor and outdoor seating (full health & safety plan available here).
  • By visiting the Museum, you are agreeing to abide by our policies. Visitors may be reminded about our policies while at the Museum.
  • We want everyone to enjoy their visit to The Dalí. Learn more about our Museum’s accessibility.

We have set enhanced health and safety guidelines which you must follow while visiting The Dalí. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By visiting The Dalí, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and hold The Dalí harmless for any and all consequences of your visit. The Museum’s full plan is available here.