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Dali Universe
County Hall Gallery
Riverside Building

South Bank
London

SE1 7PB | View map
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Let the surreal master take you on a journey into the Dali Universe, with over 500 eclectic works by mad and brilliant artist Salvador Dali, including the world's largest collection of his sculpture, The Dali Universe is Europe's most important surreal collection.

Experience the incredible diversity of Dali's 20th century masterpieces, including the 'Mae West Lips Sofa', 'Lobster Telephone' and 'Spellbound', the magnificent canvas commissioned by Alfred Hitchcock for his 1945 film of the same name. This permanent exhibition at County Hall Gallery offers the ultimate surreal experience.

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Months Open: Permanent exhibition
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Discount for Groups: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £9.75 (peak), £8.50 (off-peak)
Children (10 - 16): £6.50 (peak), £5.50 (off-peak)
Concessions: £7.50
Gift Shop: Yes

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