The Dali Expo in Monterey, California is committed to ensuring that you enjoy your visit. We have listed some frequently asked questions below, but if you need any assistance please call us at (831) 372-2608.
|Military, Police, Firefights & Educators with ID*||$18|
|Children 5 & Younger||FREE|
Personal (non-commercial*) photography and videography is permitted in the Museum’s permanent collection galleries for private, non-commercial use only. We do not permit flash photography or video lighting at any time, nor selfie sticks, monopods or tripods.
Photography in special exhibitions is determined at the time of the exhibit. Please review on-site signs or check with a member of Museum staff for clarification on our photographic policy for these exhibitions.
*Commercial Photography + Drones
To request permission, and to arrange a date and time, for media & professional photography or for commercial use, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Monterey Museum is current on ADA standards. You will be able to access the second-story by using the elevator. There are designated accessible parking spaces located in the parking lot immediately behind the Museum.
Monterey is a city on California’s rugged central coast. Its Cannery Row, one-time center of the sardine-packing industry, was immortalized by novelist John Steinbeck. Today, it’s a popular strip of gift shops, seafood restaurants and bars in converted factories.
The city had California’s first theater, public building, public library, publicly funded school, printing press, and newspaper. The city and surrounding area have attracted artists since the late 19th century and many celebrated painters and writers have lived there. Until the 1950s, there was an abundant fishery.