Located in the heart of Montmartre, the Espace Dalí (Dalí Museum) features a permanent exhibition of some of the surrealist artist’s works, principally of his sculptures and engravings.
In this unusual museum, visitors can find up to 300 works of art by Salvador Dalí, including sculptures of some of his most famous work such as “The Space Elephant” and “The Persistence of Memory”.
Certain parts of the museum feature some of the etchings in which the artist portrayed the main themes of literature, mythology, history and religion, giving them a personal point of view.
Visitors will find in the Espace Dalí a colourful phantasmagoric world in which the famous Spanish artist was immersed.
In our opinion, this museum might not be for everyone. We would recommend it for visitors who are fans of the Surrealist movement and Dalí.
Rue Poulbot, 11. In Montmartre.
Every day: 10 am – 6 pm. (July and August until 8 pm).
Students (less than 25): 7€
Children (less than 8): free entry
Free entry with the Paris Pass.