11, rue Poulbot
The heart of Montmartre is home to the unique permanent collection of France's master of surrealism, Salvador Dalí. While the museum does hold an impressive collection of the artist's paintings, the real draw here is to his sculptures and engravings.
Bringing another dimension (literally) to his works, these sculptures stick with Dalí's fantastic themes about time, space and memory, bringing to life the symbolism that his entire life evokes memories of. This superb collection, the most important assembly of Dalís sculptures in France, brings to light the Catalan artist's imagination, and exhibits an unknown aspect of Salvador Dalí's work.