Gala's Night

The Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol is a highly significant place in Dalinian creation: an extension of Portlligat with its very own personality. The Castle was Dalí’s gift to Gala, his beloved, to whom he paid homage by giving her a home that he could not enter without her written permission.

 

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In summer, the Dalí Museums dress up for a gala event. Visiting the Dalí Theatre-Museum and Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol during the August nights is an unforgettable experience that cannot be missed and one that makes the perfect gift.

Dalí’s surrealism and genius are magnified under the illuminated dome. The magical light of the sunset in Púbol transports visitors to the intimacy of Gala’s castle.

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You can visit the universe of Dalí’s dreams during your summer nights with our guided tours at the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol.

On 29 July, Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol will inaugurate the first edition of its night-time opening, which will end on 2 September. During the sunset, we offer completely exclusive guided tours of Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol for small groups of people. After the tour, guests are invited to enjoy the garden and a glass of cava under the moonlight. A surprising experience that allows visitors to discover and experience Salvador Dalí’s gift to his wife and muse, Gala.

Wednesday 7.45 pm, guided tour in English.
Thursday 7.45 pm, guided tour in French.
Friday 7.45 pm, guided tour in Spanish.
Saturday 7.45 pm, guided tour in Catalan.

Limited places: 20 people/group.

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Why visit the Gala Dalí Castle by Night?

  • “Seeing Púbol at dusk draws us into a scenic world where reality and dreams merge together, allowing us to glimpse a different world: theatrical and real, staged and everyday life.” Montse Aguer Director of the Dalí Museums

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