Say goodbye to drab, minimalistic galleries. Fall down the rabbit hole at this museum and gallery of Salvador Dali’s artwork in Bruges.
Dali art & Bruges? Who would've thought! But, yes, Dali's quirky art has found its match in Bruges. Salvador Dali was a surrealist artist. You probably know him from that one painting of melting clocks, but he made tons of more art throughout his life. The Museum Gallery Xpo Salvador Dali in the heart of Bruges will give you more info on his life and show you art by him you probably haven’t seen before. Inside the cloth halls, you’ll see one of the biggest private collections of Dali’s art.
What art did Dali make? He did everything from weird paintings to the Chupa Chups logo. The museum switches up their collections each year to really keep up variety. They have plenty of art (graphics, statues, etc.) on display. Take your time to explore them all or get the audio tour for more info. The expo gallery isn’t the white, minimalistic place you’re used to instead. No, the Dali museum in Brugge is inspired by Dali's art, complete with mirrors and quirky lighting.
Open everyday, 10:00 to 18:00
Adults 10€, Kids (under 12) free, special discount rates available
Open. Reserve a timeslot on their website