Art Florida Museum St. Petersburg

Salvador Dali Museum – St. Petersburg

Bottom line:
GO – If you like surrealism, it’s a definite treat to see Dali’s  work up close. Lots of famous paintings and the architecture in and out of the building is interesting.

Overall:  ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 3/5 stars
Pros: Original Dali and Magritte works on display. Audio self-guided tour available. The building is architecturally very interesting.
Cons: Small-ish. I was expecting something a little bigger but I found in Tampa and St. Pete’s the museums don’t get much bigger than this. Our kids weren’t a huge fan of surrealism and found it to be a bit creepy.

What is it?:
A museum dedicated to the work of Salvador Dali. Check the exhibition list though, when we went there was an exhibit dedicated to Magritte and Dali together.

Hours:
Open daily 10:00AM – 5:30PM (until 8:00PM on Thursdays); closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Cost:
Free for 4 people with NARM reciprocal membership.
Adults: $24
Seniors, Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters and Educators: $22
Students 18+ with ID: $17
Children 13-17: $17
Children 6-10: $10
Children 5 & younger: FREE

Parking:
Outside, $10. Free for members

Where is it?:

 

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