Figueres Dalí Theatre-Museum

Unique and surrealist, Dalí's theatre-museum was inaugurated in 1974 and houses a wide range of works by Salvador Dalí from his early days, surrealist artwork down to his latest pieces.

This theatre-museum was built in the site of the former Figueres theatre and designed by Dalí himself. Also worth noting are the unique creations by the artist, specifically designed for the Museum. Enter Dalí's surreal universe and get carried away!

Sant Ferrán castle

Large military fortress, the Sant Ferrán castle was built in the eighteenth century and is located on a hill in the town of Figueres.

It is one of the largest monuments in Catalonia, covering a total of 80 acre.

Toy’s Museum

Inaugurated in 1992, this museum goes through the toy’s history with an important toy’s collection which is made up of more than 4 000 pieces, including toy soldiers, robots, disguises, Ludo, small cars and many others toys.

Discover the toys of your grandparents and rediscover the ones of your childhood, and let yourself be overwhelmed by the nostalgia.



Night visits at Dalí Museum

Night visits at Dalí Museum

From 30th July to 31th August 2016

In August, The TMD offers guided tours from Monday to Saturday, to discover the world's biggest surrealistic work under moon light.


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