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In Philadelphia, Salvador Dalí has been made possible in the United States by ADVANTA.

Additional funding has been provided by an endowment from The Annenberg Foundation for major exhibitions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, by The Pew Charitable Trusts, and by a generous contribution from Gisela and Dennis Alter. Promotional support provided by NBC 10 WCAU, Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Amtrak. The print media sponsor is The Philadelphia Inquirer and

The exhibition has been organized by Palazzo Grassi, Venice, with the Gala - Salvador Dalí Foundation, Figueres, Spain, in collaboration with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and with the support of the Salvador Dalí Museum of Saint Petersburg, Florida, in celebration of the centennial of Dalí's birth.

For further information about the Dalí centennial year exhibitions, celebrations, including a calendar of international events, commissioned by the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation, visit

Ticket prices for Salvador Dalí in Philadelphia include a complementary audio tour and a discounted rate for students who visit before April 2. For further ticket information, visit the Museum’s website at Service charges apply.

General ticket prices:
$20 Adults
$17 Seniors (62+), Students (with ID)
$10 Children 5-12 years old

Special student price (valid February 16-March 31):
$12 ticket, includes audio tour
Weekdays on day of purchase (Not available in advance).

Special Weekday Afternoon Price:
Discounted tickets are available for adults, seniors, students and youths on weekdays at 3:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. through March 31. Advance reservations available.

Special extended weekend hours for the exhibition will apply. Call 215-235-SHOW (7469).

Working with its corporate sponsor, ADVANTA, the Philadelphia Museum of Art has established a variety of helpful collaborations making it easier to see the exhibition and enjoy the city of Philadelphia. A variety of citywide celebrations are underway. Visit the Museum’s website for details.

Many of Philadelphia’s outstanding hotels are developing an array of special overnight packages with attractive rates for stays that include VIP tickets to the exhibition. For details, visit the Museum web site.

Group visitors can combine the exhibition with a dining package at eight area restaurants.
Special group packages (15 people or more) may be purchased that include Dalí exhibition tickets, plus tickets to selected dates for performances of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Pennsylvania Ballet or the Kimmel Center Presents series. Call 215-684-7863.

Visitors to Salvador Dalí can save 50% on the best available rail fare for one traveling companion ticket with each paid adult ticket purchase on Amtrak travel to Philadelphia on Northeast Corridor routes. Visit or call (800) USA-RAIL and refer to code 1/755. Reservations must be made at least three days in advance of travel. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

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