The Museum has implemented a variety of health and safety precautions for our visitors, staff, members and volunteers. Below are the important changes to help you plan your visit to The Dalí (full plan available here).
The Dalí is currently open Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-6pm (until 8pm on Thursdays and Fridays) with expanded hours starting November 21 (Daily 10am-6pm, until 8pm on Thursdays and Fridays). See special hours and current special exhibitions.
Pre-purchased online timed-tickets are required for entry. More information on tickets here.
how the dalí is keeping you safe:
Reduced capacity and physical distancing indicators throughout Museum
Temperature checks with thermal cameras; a temperature above 100.4 not permitted entry
Hand sanitizers and plexi screens installed throughout the Museum
Touch-free payment + credit card only (no cash handling) to minimize contact
Increased disinfecting of high-touch surfaces
All staff and visitors required to wear face masks (worn over nose and mouth)
preparing for your museum visit:
Pre-purchase your online timed-tickets, available here.
Download the free Dalí Museum App on your personal device. Ear buds are available for purchase.
Masks are required for entry and available for purchase.
What to expect while visiting the Museum:
Masks are required for entry by all visitors (with the exception of children under the age of three). Dalí-inspired reusable masks are available for purchase for $8.
Upon arrival, all guests will be temperature checked via thermal cameras (you likely will not notice this). Temperatures above 100.4 degrees are not permitted entry.
Pre-purchased tickets will be scanned at Admissions, touch-free.
Visitors may enter the galleries at their indicated pre-purchased ticket time and will follow a dedicated, one-way flow through the Museum.
Physical distancing reminders and indicators will be present throughout the Museum.
While public docent tours will not be available, Museum staff & volunteers will be available in the galleries to answer questions; private docent tours are available for groups of 10 or less. We also strongly encourage visitors to bring headphones and download the free Dalí Museum App as our audio tour loaner devices will not be available.
The Stavros Education Center, Labyrinth and Dreams of Dalí virtual reality experience will be closed.
Visitors can bring their own water or purchase bottled water at the Museum Store. Water fountains will not be available. Food/beverage not permitted in galleries.
Wheelchairs are available and will be cleaned between each use. Strollers will not be available for loan.
Café Gala will be open with a limited menu, distanced indoor and outdoor seating, plus to-go options including family style meals and build-your-own charcuterie (full health & safety plan available here).
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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.