Enter into a supernatural universe: Dalí Paris is the only permanent exhibition in France devoted to Salvador Dalí.
How to go to Dalí Paris?
Address11 Rue Poulbot
In the universe of the master of surrealism
Located in the Montmartre neighbourhood near the Place du Tertre, the Espace Dalí is the only permanent exhibition in Paris devoted to the master of Surrealism. While more than 300 works, including the "Melting Clocks", are presented here, Salvador Dalí's sculptures and engravings are also prominently featured. "Alice in Wonderland" lives alongside the "Space Elephant" and "Don Quixote", in an atmosphere that is nothing if not fantastical. Alongside this permanent collection, where visitors can also discover Surrealist furniture, various temporary exhibits over the course of several months bring together various themes directly linked to this major artist.
"Dalí at Work", "Dalí of Gold and Gala Jewellery", and "Dalí goes over the wall" are chances to participate in activities related to the exhibition. Children can play an active part as well. Starting at age 3 or 4, there are different workshops – from the Street Art workshop to the "Stain that Talks" – and they can enjoy a narrated and illustrated tour of the museum, with a games booklet and an audio guide just for them. During this time, their parents can choose between an self-guided tour (with optional audio guide) and a one-hour tour, led by a guide who highlights the key moments in Dalí's life. Everyone can then see for themselves if the words of the famous Catalan artist are true: "Wherever there is Dalí I'll never be bored!"