Dalí Museum entries can now be bought online
The new measure, along with an extension of peak season, is set to minimize queues
If you’ve been a tourist in Catalonia, you’ve probably become well-acquainted with standing in long lines to see the various sights found in the country. But now – at least, when it comes to iconic surrealist artist Salvador Dalí – visitors will be able to skip the queue and go right to the attraction. Indeed, the Dalí Theatre-Museum has now put all of its entries up for purchase online.
The measure was approved by the Gala-Dalí Foundation after a trial period lasting from January to March 2018. Additionally, the museum installed an informative totem showing useful tips, like ticket availability for the day of, which visitors can then buy at the box office or on their mobile phone.
This is all set to make the experience of visiting the museum smoother by cutting down on queues. What’s more, the museum has extended their peak season. Previously from July to September, it will now also include the months of April and June. This means that the museum will have longer opening hours – from 9am until 8pm (last access allowed at 7:45pm).
These measures were specifically thought to be able to better welcome the large groups of school tours that come during those months, and also, to better distribute visiting times throughout the day.