If you fan of art you need to visit this museum. It's up at the hill but you get to see great things of Salvador dali's work
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After taking all the steps up the hill, this was a nice stop off to the left to cool off. Small, pleasant and quiet, this houses the largest collection of Dali's works. I loved the chess set that he made from molds of his own...More
Interesting little museum, worth a visit if you are in the Montmartre area. Follow the signs from Sacre Coeur.
I'm glad we found this little museum in Montmartre. I've always liked dali's works and here with the statues they really came to life. Very interesting pictures and there were good explanations telling some background information. Do yourself a favour and pay a visit there.
Take the time out in Montmartre to visit this gem. The exhibits are really well laid out and labelled in French and English but it is well worth paying the extra 2.5 Euro for an audioguide. So many forms of this genius' art are on...More
Not far from the Sacre Coeur Basilica and beside a restaurant, tucked away is the Dali Experience. Great to see many pieces of his work close at hand.
This little museum is a bit tucked away, but well worth the visit. They've done a good job incorporating the work of Dali. Once you get to the museum, you're also offered an alternative (yet fabulous) view of Paris. Surrounding area is work exploring as...More
If you love the work of this surrealist artist, Dali, you will love this place. Ever since I watched the movie 'little ashes' it has been my dream to visit one of his museums. This was great!
So I have to preface this by saying the following. I really enjoy the work of Salvador Dali, and they did a great job of incorporating the history of his work into their exhibitions. That being said, at €11,50 a ticket, it's a bit steep...More
This is an interesting museum in Montmartre, dedicated to the art of Salvador Dali. The audio guide really helped to make sense of it- it really deals with his philosophy, and with his feelings about Catholicism and physics, and also about his own personal difficulties....More