MUSEUM

Dalí Paris

11 rue Poulbot - 75018 Paris Montmartre - La Chapelle
Dalí Paris exhibits over 300 artworks by Salvador Dalí 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 Antiquity, the Renaissance, alchemy or religion. Salvador Dalí never stopped modeling, transforming. His sculptures are one of the major aspects of his life work, materializing in three dimensions his surrealistic obsessional motifs: soft watches, spindly legs animals, open or closed drawers. Salvador Dalí had an encyclopedic culture, and reinvents major texts from international literature by illustrating them: Alice in Wonderland, Don Quichotte, the Bible, offering an infinite variety of forms and colors, from delicate watercolors to striking splashes.

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Free only for children aged under 8.

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Free for children aged under 8.

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Guided tour only on request and for groups.

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Full rate: 13€ (26 years and +) 9€ (between 8 and 25 years/ jobseekers): disability rate: free with a reduction for the accompanying person.

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8€ (only from 10 people)

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Open every day from 10am to 6pm.

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Handicap

- Motor disability: establishment not accessible to people in wheelchairs (steps at the entrance and at the exit of the museum).

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Address
11 rue Poulbot
75018 Paris
Public transportation
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