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Dali Paris

#102 of 2,255 things to do in Paris
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Dali Paris exhibits over 300 artworks by Salvador Dali from a private collection. Painting, sculptures, etchings, surrealist objects and furniture bring to life the peculiar ideas of an insatiable explorer, passionate about atomic science, the...more
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11 rue Poulbot, 75018 Paris, France
Montmartre
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Lovely museum, a little gem that's not like the major tourist sites. If you're into Dali, be aware that most of the major artworks such as The Persistence of Memory, Melting Watch etc. are not there, although the lobster telephone is. The exhibition concentrates mainly...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

When you’re visiting paris and Montmartre hill, you should go to Dali paris which is in this über-pretty cobbled stone street. The museum and its gallery are such a lovely place with a great collection of Salvador Dali’s abundant and diverse artwork: paintings, sculptures, drawings,...More

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Dali P, Responsable relations publiques at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Hello nic4275003, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We both liked Dali's paintings and have seen them in galleries before, but this museum was a real treat. It offers a unique insight into the mind of this creative and more than slightly mad genius. The space was quite small but was filled with...More

Thank TomV1687
Dali P, Responsable relations publiques at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello TomV1687, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 12 October 2018

Not very easy to find this museum is a hidden gem in Monmartre, even though it is located in the heart of art district. With impressive collection, very good explanations and additional information it was not only visual and artistic experience but educational as well....More

Thank 500Alex2012
Dali P, Responsable relations publiques at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello 500Alex2012, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 11 October 2018

I`ve always enjoyed Dali from a distance but this museum gave me an insight into the man and his creative mind, fascinating.

Thank seesicksteve
Dali P, Responsable relations publiques at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello seesicksteve, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 11 October 2018

An amazing little museum where the main attraction is sculptures inspired by Dali's earlier paintings. Just a stone's throw from the crowded tourist resorts, this gem is found. Use a couple of hours to be fascinated by the genius's imagination and profound knowledge of mythical...More

Thank LarsPreben
Dali P, Responsable relations publiques at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello LarsPreben, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 10 October 2018

This museum is perfect for Dali aficionados or for anyone wishing to understand the motivations and meaning behind Dali’s work. There are many interesting sculptures as well as paintings. The museum is located in Montmartre, close to the Sacré Coeur, so if you are visiting...More

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Dali P, Responsable relations publiques at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello elizabethpV8634SC, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 3 October 2018

It is very nice to see the works of Dali live. There are mainly sculptures from the well known pictures. They sell also engravings from the artist. It worthwhile to visit.

Thank Ricardo S
Dali P, Responsable relations publiques at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2018

Hello Ricardo S, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 25 September 2018

It was an honour to be so close to so much crucial art history. I've always loved Dali so I was no doubt predisposed to love this place. But I really loved it. Our young kids loved it too. For them it showed them that...More

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Dali P, Responsable relations clients at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 October 2018

Hello Threeletteracronym, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

Reviewed 12 September 2018

First thing: this is NOT included in the Museum Pass. It's extra for those folks so it may be a little pricey if you don't know about Dali. But I paid it and loved it. His stuff is a little different but I liked it....More

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Dali P, Propriétaire at Dali Paris, responded to this reviewResponded 20 September 2018

Hello ryantravels13, we're delighted you enjoyed our exhibition, thanks for your feedback ! We are looking forward to see you again soon. Kind regards

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This whole area is not disability friendly. Steep, narrow streets, cobblestones and crowds make movement difficult. The museum itself is hard to reach.
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