Is this the weirdest museum in Europe?
If you’re into odd, yet cool things, this museum in Spain might be one you’d want to visit. Dali Theatre Museum, one of the weirdest, most unique museums in Europe features some of Salvador Dali’s best works of art.
The museum is located in Dali’s home town, Figueres, Catalonia. The structure itself was Dali’s local childhood theatre which was burnt down during the Spanish Civil war, and reconstructed by the famous artist and the city as a grand temple to showcase his work. Essentially, the museum was designed by Dali himself.
The museum is located at the Dalinian Triangle, three significant locations to the life of Dali, marking where he lived and producesd his art.
The museum gives visitors a taste of Dali’s personal history and surreal perspective. He was best known for his unusual paintings. The museum gives you a taste of his art style before even entering. The museum is decorated with giant eggs on the outside, along with other odd details as part of its architecture, and stands as Dali’s greatest last piece of art work.
The museum includes several types of art work such as paintings, drawings, sculptures, engravings, installations, photography, and more with a total of 1,500 pieces exhibited at the museum in Figueres.