I went on a very rainy and cold day, so no queue, and could get a ticket immediately. Place not crowded as mentioned by many visitors on the internet. Downside is it's too rainy to walk around it to appreciate the exterior and the architecture.
I have seen quite a bit of Dali's works before, plus films and documentaries on him/his works. He is an important figure in Surrealism, and for this, a trip to this museum is something I should do at least once, taking into consideration that while a number of his works are amazing, I am not his biggest fan.
This time, I was particularly impressed by his jewellery designs, which I didn't know before. I also found the paintings (figurative and abstract at the same time) by another artist displayed on the top level very interesting.
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