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From Wednesday to Friday : from 1pm to 5pm (last access at 4:30pm). On Saturdays and Sundays : from 11am to 5pm (last access at 4:30pm). Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays and December 24th and 25th.

Discover the largest collection in France of Dali sculptures and complete collection of rare handsigned etchings !

In the heart of Montmartre, the famous artists’ village, Dalí Paris displays a private collection of more than 300 surrealist works, sculptures, prints, objects, and furniture, offering a very particular vision of Dalí as a sculptor, designer, engraver, and illustrator.

This collection brings together the absurd inspirations of this quintessential surrealist artist: theatrical sculptures, erotic, dreamlike, or irresistibly funny drawings, poetic objects and furniture, populating the phantasmagorical universe of the inventor of the ‘melting watches’. Salvador Dalí never stopped sculpting, modelling, transforming: his bronze sculptures therefore constitute a major aspect of his work, making his iconic surrealist designs 3D.

From the spindly legs of his Elephants to the instantly recognizable ‘melting watches’, each of Dalí’s sculptures is a dreamlike depiction of some of his favourite themes.

With his cultured background, Dalí was fascinated by great literary, mythological, and religious themes. He has used multiple techniques to illustrate universal texts such as Alice in Wonderland, Don Quixote, and The Bible, as well as more personal works such as Moses and Monotheism, The Alchemy of the Philosophers. Each of these works is a piece of art.

Immortality, the subconscious, science, love: just some of the transversal themes you can discover from a new angle through Dalí’s work.

 

PLEASE NOTE

Access to the museum is free for children under 8, journalists, guides, disability card holders.

The reduced rate is proposed to young people aged 8 to 26, on presentation of an ID.

As part of the Vigipirate program security controls are put in place at the entrance of Parisian museums and monuments. In case of a large attendance, these controls can create a waiting time which cannot be skipped.

Any closures (strikes, public holidays, etc.) and exceptional free admission will not lead to the refund, nor the extension of the duration of tickets.

COVID 19 information: from 21 July 2021, a health pass or a test taken within the last 48 hours may be required to access attractions and activities. Please check in advance the museum's website before your visit.

Times

From Wednesday to Friday : from 1pm to 5pm (last access at 4:30pm).

On Saturdays and Sundays : from 11am to 5pm (last access at 4:30pm).

Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays and December 24th and 25th.

Highlights

- Priority access

- The largest collection of Salvador Dalí works in France, in the heart of Montmartre

  • Priority access

Access

Dalí Paris
11 rue Poulbot
75018 Paris

Anvers (line 2)

Abbesses or Lamarck-Caulaincourt (line 12)

Lines 54, 80

Montmartrobus

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