Dying for more Dalí? The Dalí Triangle Pass helps you save as you explore *lots* more Salvador! Dive deep into the surrealist mind of a generation all in one day, with access to three top Dalí attractions: the Gala Dalí Castle, Dalí Theatre-Museum, and Dalí House-Museum.
Dying for more Dalí? The Dalí Triangle Pass helps you save as you explore lots more Salvador! Dive deep into the surrealist mind of a generation all in one day, with access to three top Dalí attractions: the Gala Dalí Castle, Dalí Theatre-Museum, and Dalí House-Museum.
Gala Dalí Castle
From the outside, it's a stunning 11th-century castle. On the inside, however, Gala Dalí Castle is a time capsule of art history. A gift from Salvador Dalí to his wife and muse, Gala, the castle is where Gala lived out her twilight years. From the taxidermied horse that first appears as you peer through a glass-bottomed coffee table, to Gala's crypt in the cellar, Gala Dalí Castle is surreal, grotesque, and strangely beautiful all at once.
Dalí Theatre-Museum: Skip The Line Ticket
The interior of this outlandish structure lays out the visual progression of Dalí's work, from a young artist working against institutional standards, to his emergence as the father of Surrealism. See a range of his awe-inspiring work, from sculptures to paintings, installations, and some of his most recognizable pieces.
Salvador Dalí House-Museum
Soak up surreal views of the Portlligat bay from Dalí's former house and studio. With no window the same shape, blind passageways, and a lamp you won't find anywhere else, the Dalí House takes you directly into the mind of the artist. It's as beautiful and bizarre as you might expect. Find out how Dalí expanded what was originally a few fishermen's huts into a personal masterpiece, and ponder the famous sculptures that adorn the villa, including the giant egg and a pair of huge heads.