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I must respectfully disagree with any of the reviews saying the exhibit wasn't worth the money or was too small. They had 450 works! If you wanted his more well known works, perhaps visit his museum outside Barcelona. I thought the exhibit was wonderful and it provided me with a good insight into the variety of works that Dali created over the course of his life. It showed accurately his varied artistic style and, indeed, gave a well rounded view of some of his lesser known works. The biblical works were especially intriguing. Well worth the 12 euros IMO.
Don't go unless you are really interested in Dalí or art in general; although this is my case, I can completely understand those who felt cheated or got the impression the place is a tourist trap. If you're considering whether to go, keep in mind this point: you're going to pay €12.5 and won't see any of Dalí's major works. Although there is a lot of good stuff to see, I left disappointed because I was expecting to see at least some major works. The ticket office deserves its own comment. They don't accept credit cards for less than €20. Also, when I arrived they were not selling tickets for 10-20 minutes because they were counting the bills in the cash register (sic). Really, people? I wouldn't expect that in a Third World museum, much less in a German one. And the process of paying for a ticket and leaving your bags, etc, was excruciatingly slow.
Feels like browsing through a sketckbook without ever seeing the final result. Had none of those cool suurrealistic oil paintings Dali is most famous of. Still they sold lots of references to those on the gift shop. The price becomes ripoff if you want the whole experience because they charge extra for everything.
Misleading publicity. The exhibition only has drawings, and none of Dali's more reknown work. Some of the drawings are reproductions. The exhibition is fine, but overall quite dissapointing when you expect to see some of Dali's paintings.
Contains a lot of his early and less famous works but covers his life in the press and some of his techniques too.