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Here, where it all began, the house where Salvador Dalí was born, a voyage of discovery awaits you, a living, breathing story, a visual and auditory journey through the different aspects of this universal and multifaceted figure. Here you will find a guided tour in which images, spaces and objects communicate, with holograms and talking windows, video mappings and visual effects, giant kaleidoscopes and immersive landscapes. A unique space in which the thousand faces of Salvador Dalí unfold. Get to know the artist to understand his work, dialogue with Dalí’s most intimate side to access his genius. From childhood to international acclaim, from Figueres to the world… With your senses fully engaged, get ready: let’s dive in!


General individual entrance:

General individual reduced price:
Youth card holders, students, retirees, large families, single-parent families, young people aged 9 to 17, the unemployed and people with disabilites and the person acoompanying them.

School Groups price:

15,00 €

9,00 €

8,00 € per student

Free entry:
Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), the Catalan Association of Museum Professionals (AMC), the Catalan Association of Art Critics (ACCA), Friends of the Dalí Museums, teachers, press and official guides, duly accredited; minors up to 8 years old.

Opening times

1 June – 30 September:

Monday to Sunday

1 October – 31 May:

Tuesday to Sunday

10 h — 19 h

10 h — 19 h

The facilities will be closed on 25 December and 1 January. On 24 and 31 December and 5 January, the opening hours will be 10 am – 3 pm.

On public holiday Mondays and Mondays before public holidays, the facilities will be open from 10 am to 7 pm.

The Casa Natal Salvador Dalí project has been promoted by Figueres City Council and has been developed in two phases. Phase I (rehabilitation and drafting of the preliminary museum project) has received the support of the Ministerio de Vivienda, the Diputació de Girona and the Generalitat de Catalunya and Phase II (rehabilitation and museumisation) has been co-financed by 50% by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union, within the framework of the Operational Program FEDER of Catalonia 2014-2020, priority axes 4 and 6.