Discover the life and art of Salvador Dalí, surrealism's most famous exponent, thanks to a guided tour of the Salvador Dalí Museum!
This is an unmissable tour for fans of surrealism! This small group tour is all about exploring and learning about the life of the father of Surrealism. We guarantee you’ll leave the Salvador Dalí Museum as an expert on this controversial figure and his work.
On this guided tour, you'll explore the museum and peruse its works while finding out more and more about the life of Salvador Dalí.
You'll first discover the museum's building, a true work of art in itself, immersing you entirely in the artist's surrealist world.
Avoiding the queues at the ticket office, you'll make the most of your time at the museum and get to know Dalí's major works such as Port Alguer (1924), The Spectre of Sex Appeal (1932), Soft Self-Portrait with Fried Bacon (1941), Galarina (1944-1945), The Basket of Bread (1945), and Galatea of the Spheres (1952).
As you pass from room to room, you uncover the entire body of work and artistic trajectory of this Empordà genius, from his early artistic experiments to the pieces from the last years of his life.