Fodor's Expert Review Dalí Paris

Montmartre Art Museum

One of several museums dedicated to the Surrealist master, the permanent collection in this exhibition space includes about 300 works, mostly etchings and lithographs. Among the two dozen sculptures are versions of Dalí's melting bronze clock and variations on the Venus de Milo. Since he was a multimedia pioneer ahead of his time, there are videos with Dalí's voice, and temporary exhibits have included the mustachioed man's foray into holograms. There's plenty of information in English, and audioguides can be rented for €3.

Art Museum

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11 rue Poulbot
Paris, Île-de-France  75018, France

01–42–64–40–10

www.daliparis.com

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