First, the architecture of the building itself is amazing. The glass and concrete though solid, appear to have moved and flowed as if liquid. The triangular panes of glass of the "enigma" are each completely different and were bar-coded during construction to tell them apart.
You are met with an extensive gift shop at the entrance. Kitschy "surreal" stuff abounds! Provided interesting window shopping, prices were a bit on the high side.
The collection on the third floor was tastefully displayed and guided & audio tours were available. Favorites for me included: The Hallucinogenic Toreador (seeing the original permanently altered MY perception of reality! Thanks Dali!!!), View of Cadaques with Shadow of Mount Pani; The Ecumenical Council; The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus; The Average Bureaucrat; Slave Market with the Disappearing Bust of Voltaire; Old Age, Adolescence and Infancy; AND of course Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea which at Twenty Meters Becomes the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln... & many, many more!
A must see... no, for me it was a pilgrimage!
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