Have you decided to visit the Casa Natal Salvador Dalí and still have questions? In this section we will try and answer them. If you have any other doubts or questions, you can phone us on +34 972 524 550 or +34 658 107 154 or email email@example.com
Frequantly asked questions
1 October - 31 May
Tuesday - Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm
Closed on Mondays, except public holidays and the eves of public holidays
1 June - 30 September
Monday - Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm
The Casa Natal Salvador Dalí will close on 25 December and 1 January.
On 24 and 31 December and 5 January, the opening hours will be 10 am – 3 pm.
General individual entry: 12 €
Individual reduced price entry: 8 €
Youth card holders, students, retirees, large families, single-parent families, young people aged 9 to 17, the unemployed, people with disabilities and the person accompanying them.
Group entrance: 6 € per person
20 persons or more
Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), the Association of Museum Professionals of Catalonia (AMC), the Catalan Association of Art Critics (ACCA) and Friends of the Dalí Museums (duly accredited); minors up to 8 years old.
You should arrive at least 10 minutes before your reserved time slot. This will enable you to visit the facility in optimal conditions, obtain the free audio guide, see the invited works and begin your tour at the scheduled time.
The Casa Natal Salvador Dalí closes at 7 pm. However, the last session begins at 6 pm as the visit experience lasts approximately one hour.
Children aged 8 and under enter free of charge and from ages 9 to 17 they pay the reduced price of €8.
They can be purchased online at this link and also in person at the Casa Natal Salvador Dalí. However, we recommend you always buy tickets online in advance.
We recommend you buy your tickets in advance due to capacity issues.
The reservation dates can be changed, but no refund is possible, unless the cancellation is for reasons attributable to the Casa Natal Salvador Dalí.
Yes, for environmental and sustainability reasons, we recommended you bring the tickets in any digital medium that allows the correct display of the QR code.
First of all, we recommend you check your spam folder. If it is not there, you can contact the Casa Natal Salvador Dalí help desk on +34 972 524 550 or +34 658 107 154 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your name and the email of the booking so that they verify the purchase of the ticket and resend it.
It’s not necessary. You can enter the shop even if you have not bought a ticket. To visit the shop, we recommended the Caamaño Street entrance.
The facility has accesses, itineraries, rest areas and adapted toilets suitable for people with reduced mobility. There are lifts to all floors.
The tour is made in groups of a maximum of 8 people who enter every 10 minutes. It is taken with an audio guide that explains the content and the necessary directions for the visit. The route is in one way; it is not allowed to go back once the visit has started. Once the visit is over, it is not allowed to visit the facility again without a new ticket.
The tour is always made with audio guides that are included in the entrance price.
Yes, in the entrance hall there are 32 individual lockers that can be locked by depositing a returnable one-euro coin. There are also 4 lockers for groups.
Yes, you can take pictures throughout the facility and, above all, share them on social media with the hashtag #ontotvacomençar and @casanataldali.
It is not allowed to enter the museum space with food or drink. There are food and drink vending machines in the terrace area.
The Casa Natal Salvador Dalí is at 6 Carrer Monturiol in Figueres. It can also be accessed via Carrer Caamaño, 5. Here you will find directions on how to get there: Useful information.
There is a blue zone (meter parking) around the Casa Natal Salvador Dalí. The city has free car parks including one on Carrer Pi i Maragall (7 minutes on foot) and at Parc de les Aigües (about 15 minutes on foot). Some 3 minutes’ walk away is the Saba paid car park in Plaça Catalunya.