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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
Very interesting place to visit. Could have spent hours looking at the art. There is an app you can download that makes the exhibits interactive. Guided tours are available. Nice cafe area and outdoor sculpture garden. Learned more about Dali and Goya. Lots of security...More
I remember the old Dali museum, the art display made much more of an impact. I think the rooms and display areas are too dark, the spot lighting causes glare on the art work.
However, the architecture and the museum restaurant were outstanding!
Dali and Goya were two outstanding modern artists with very unique motifs, yet so similar...and to think the time span between these two was one-hundred-fifty years! The curators for this museum have done a remarkable job of exhibiting some of the finest works by these...More
My wife & son went on a Sunday late morning and enjoyed this museum greatly. We took one of the free tours and enjoyed the information about the symbolism in each picture and the background on each. We then went to Great Masters hall next...More
We are so lucky to have works from a world renowned artist such as Dali. In a small market it is very impressive to have a museum such as this one. I am a member who lives 60 miles south of St Pete. I make...More
$25 for an adult ticket is overpriced for the amount of artwork the museum houses. Considering the MOMA in New York costs that much for a wider variety of high quality pieces, I didn't think this was worth the cost. Plus you have to pay...More