Dalí by Night
The Dalí Theatre-Museum, the largest surrealist object in the world, was conceived and designed by Salvador Dalí himself to offer visitors an authentic experience that would draw them into his captivating and unique world. Admiring the glass dome and Cadillac courtyard by moonlight is a unique and dazzlingly beautiful experience that is quite different to a visit taken during the day. The night visit, with capacity limited to 500 people, allows guests to discover and enjoy the work and thought of a genius, and undoubtedly enhances the Museum’s exceptional nature even further. Guided tours are also offered for groups of 25 people maximum.
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.
Dalí by Night in images
This summer evenings enjoy the magic of the Theatre-Museum Dalí with our new guided tours.
On 28 July, the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres inaugurates the 26th edition of its night-time opening, which ends on 1 September. Just as every year, the night-time opening hours run from 10 pm until 1.15 pm in the morning (last admittance at 12.45 midnight). During this time visitors are offered a glass of cava on one of the interior terraces, where an audiovisual will also be shown (weather permitting).
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10.30 pm, guided tour in Spanish and English.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 10.30 pm, guided tour in Catalan and French.
Sunday 10.30 pm, guided tour in Spanish and Catalan.
Limited places: 25 people/group.
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Why visit the Dalí Theatre-Museum by Night?
“As Dalí said, ‘When we find an image resembling some dream image, it seems to us that we have known it before and thus we maintain that merely seeing it has already made us dream’.” Montse Aguer Director of the Dalí Museums