A museum dedicated to Salvador Dalí – where to begin? This museum houses the most diverse collection of works by the famous artist, and reflects his creative spirit. He is even buried under the dome of the theatre. Dalí’s wish was for the museum to be “a great surrealist object. [A] totally theatrical museum.” Here you can find sculptures, three-dimensional collages, mechanical devices, and other curiosities from Dalí's imagination and even a three-dimensional anamorphic living-room installation created specifically for the museum, with custom furniture that looks like the face of Mae West when viewed from a certain spot. Why not? Some of his own most famous pieces are on view here, amongst others The Spectre of Sex-appeal (1932), Soft self-portrait with grilled bacon (1941), Poetry of America—the Cosmic Athletes (1943), Leda Atomica (1949), and Crist de la Tramuntana (1968).