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I was somewhat disappointed in the service at this museum. I felt like I was being watched like a hawk and was told I could only hold my purse a certain way. Definitely detracted from the experience. Didnt have that experience when I was there...More
I didn't realise the scale of some of the works that they have on display. Seeing them along with the excellent explanations of each item showed me a lot about this artist. The "augmented reality" did add to each item and highlighted things that you...More
We had seen this museum about 15 years ago. It's even better now they have a new building, built in 2011. I think Dali would have approved of all the angles and quirks. The geodesic domes built throughout the concrete structure add architectural interest. There...More
Visited the Dali Museum in a Thursday night. They are open late and after 5 have discounted admission. Also were surprised by an opera concert as we walked through the gallery. Beautiful building and amazing collection!
I am not a normal art lover but I was persuaded to visit this museum. I am so glad I did.
I have seen photos etc of Dali’s work but seeing the actual art is amazing. I would happily recommend anyone to visit there.
We had been recommended to see the Dali Museum. We went to the third floor and joined a guided tour. Our lady guide was fantastic, she had deep knowledge of Dali as well as all the pieces of art. She pointed out some tiny pieces...More
Had only one day to explore a museum, so selected the Dali without knowing much about it. What a wonderful choice. A beautiful museum and garden, with a slow pace feel to it. We spent most of the day there wandering in and out of...More