Enjoy a colorful walk through the works of the brilliantly eccentric Dali Museum in St. Petersburg’s stunning beachside setting. The museum's building has been deemed “one of the top buildings to see before you die” and contains hundreds of masterpieces by the incredible, albeit eccentric, artist.
Salvador Dalí is one of the most renowned artists in the world. At the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, 90 minutes from Orlando and 15 minutes from the Gulf beaches, you will experience the world’s largest collection of his artwork outside of Spain.
The Dali Museum boasts an incredible permanent collection within 20,000 square feet of gallery space. Ninety-six oil paintings, select drawings, fine prints, photographs, videos and Surreal objects by Salvador Dali are boldly showcased in a lavish display that is rivaled only by the Dali Museum in Figueres, Spain.
The Dali Museum features a distinctive glass structure and a labyrinthine garden, complete with stunning views of St. Petersburg’s waterfront. Discover enriching events for families and adults. Enjoy complimentary docent tours and audio tours for children and adults. At the end of the day, dine in the Spanish-themed café! Above all, allow plenty of time to explore the work of Salvador Dali.
Parking in the museum lot is $5.
Dali on the Waterfront
An afternoon at the Dali Museum makes for a unique learning experience for travelers of any age or background. This collection sheds light on the life and genius of the Spanish artist behind the controversial paintings that have titillated the art world for nearly a century.
Visitors will learn about Dali's escape from Europe during the terrors of World War II, along with his transitions through various mediums and genres, including Impressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism.
Collection highlights include Dali’s “Self Portrait” (1921), “Cadaques” (1923), “Puzzle of Autumn” (1935), “Portrait of My Sister” (1923), “Girl with Curls” (1926), “Basket of Bread” (1926) “The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory” (1952-1954), “The Hallucinogenic Toreador” (1969-1970), and dozens of other masterpieces.
The galleries at the Dali Museum highlight not only the artwork, but also the stunning panoramic view of Tampa Bay. Save on admission to the Dali Museum, plus Orlando's top museums, sights, and tours all for one low price with the Go Orlando Card!
Comments about Smart Destinations Dali Museum:
Use a docent. It really gives insight into what Dali was trying to convey. Weird but awesome works.
One Dali Boulevard
St. Petersburg, FL
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