This incredible, vibrant and unique museum will literally leave you speechless and begging for more. Dali’s creative mind is showcased in this exquisite museum. It is absolutely a must see attraction for all. Young, old, fan or not, you will become one after seeing this amazing collection of works. 
From the outside, the museum has a beautiful mix of old and new including blue glass and straight concrete slabs. There are also fun things to do outside like a massive Dali mustache, perfect for pics and representations of the Golden Ratio on the ground. 
As you enter and explore, you will see Dali’s works through a timeline in which he did them and you can even order a headset to hear explanations of certain pieces and their meanings. Highly recommended!
The Dali Museum celebrates the life and work of Salvador Dali (1904-1989) and features works from the artist’s entire career. The collection includes over 2,000 works from every moment and in every medium of his artistic activity including 96 oil paintings, many original drawings, book illustrations, prints, sculpture, photos, manuscripts and an extensive archive of documents. Founded with the works collected by Reynolds and Eleanor Morse, the Museum has made significant additions to its collection over the years.
Located outside of Tampa in beautiful St. Petersburg, FL lies the gorgeous glass and concrete style psychedelic Dali Museum. This place fits Salvadore’s style perfectly, with the curved glass panels on flat concrete walls, it is a site to behold. The huge mustache out front and the Golden Ratio floor model make for some pretty cool pictures outside, but once you enter the museum, you enter an entirely new world. This museum houses some of Dali’s most famous, rare and beautiful priceless pieces of art.
The food in their cafeteria is even amazing and the staff is more than happy to assist and answer any questions that you may have.
Still photography and smart phone video in the Museum’s permanent collection galleries is permitted for private, non-commercial use only*. They do not permit flash photography or video lighting at any time, nor selfie sticks or tripods. Photography in special exhibitions is determined at the time of the exhibit. Please review on-site signs or check with a member of Museum staff for clarification on their photographic policy for these exhibitions. 
  • Daily Hours 10am-5:30pm
  • Thursdays 10am-8:00pm
Sat, Dec 2410am–4:30pm
Sun, Dec 25: Closed
Mon, Tue, Wed, Dec 26–2810am–6:30pm
Thu, Dec 29 10am-8pm
Fri, Dec 3010am–6:30pm
Sat, Dec 3110am–4:30pm
Sun, Jan 1, 2017: Normal Hours Resume

Museum Closures
The Dali is open seven days a week, with a few exceptions:
The Museum is closed on Thanksgiving day and Christmas day.
The Museum closes at 4pm on Thu, Mar 9, 2017 and reopens Mon, Mar 13, 2017, for the annual St. Petersburg Grand Prix.
For your Comfort
The Dali follows international standards for gallery climate: 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit, with approximately 50% humidity. Please plan your attire accordingly.
Convenient on-site parking is available for $10, free for members (as available).  There are also various downtown surface lots, street parking or city parking garages and then the St Petersburg Downtown Looper trolley. Parking fees vary.
Main Museum Contact
P: 727.823.3767
One Dali Blvd, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Hotel Packages
Enjoy special hotel package offers which may include Dali Museum tickets from a wide range of preferred hotels in the Tampa Bay area.
Approaching via Tampa 
Take I-275 southbound across the Howard Frankland Bridge to St. Petersburg. Take exit #22 (I-175 E) towards Tropicana Field Follow I-175 until end, turns into Dali Blvd (aka: 5th Ave S) Dali Museum will be on your left after 4th light.
Approaching via Clearwater
Take U.S. 19 southbound and follow to 1st Avenue South in St. Petersburg. Take a left onto 1st Avenue South. Follow 1st Ave S to 4th Street South. Take a right onto 4th Street South. Follow 4th St S to Dali Blvd (aka: 5th Ave S) Take a left onto Dali Blvd (aka: 5th Ave S) Dali Museum will be on your left after 3rd light.
Approaching via Sarasota
Take I-75 N to I-275 northbound across the Sunshine Skyway (toll cost $1.25) to St. Petersburg. Take exit #22 (I-175 E) towards Tropicana Field Follow I-175 until end, turns into Dali Blvd
(aka: 5th Ave S) Dali Museum will be on your left after 4th light.
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This Museum will literally knock your socks off and melt your pocket watch. It is incredible! 
Josh Leidolf