Divina Dali FAQ

General Questions

  • Who can attend this exhibition?
    Everyone! All ages are welcomed!
  • If I buy my ticket online do I need to print it?
    You do not need to print out your eTicket, you can simply use a copy from your mobile phone.
  • Can you buy a ticket at the box office? What kind of payments do you take?
    Yes! We sell tickets at our box office. Credit cards and Cash are accepted.
  • Can I re-enter the exhibition?
    Re-entry will not be permitted. You must come at your allotted time.
  • What if I am late for my time slot?
    We encourage guests to be on time. If you are late, depending on capacity at that time, we may need to move you to another time slot. Your ticket will only be valid for the day you purchased.
  • What if I am early?
    You must wait till your allotted time to enter the exhibition. Once it is your scheduled time you may show your ticket to the box office who will grant you access to the exhibition.
  • What are the exhibition hours?
    Tuesday and Wednesday: 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    Thursday: 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
    Friday: 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM
    Saturday: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
    Sunday: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • What times does the box office open and close?
    Box office opens 30 minutes before exhibition opening and closes 1 hour before the exhibition closes.
  • What is the address for the Divina Dali Exhibition?
    181 Bay St. Toronto, ON M5J 2T3, we are located on the northeast side of Brookfield Place.
  • Where can I find the Divina Dali Exhibition in Brookfield Place?
    Divina Dali is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at the corner of Yonge & Front Street in Brookfield Place (street level).

    Enter the Divina Dali exhibition via Yonge Street entrance on the street level of Brookfield Place. We’re located in the northeast corner across from the Hockey Hall of Fame Store and Tim Hortons in the Sam Pollock Square.

  • Do you have parking?
    Brookfield Place has parking available. Access to Brookfield Place parking is from either Front Street or Wellington Street just west of Yonge Street. Click here for more Brookfield Place parking information.

    A secondary parking option is available at the Toronto Parking Authority lot (St. Lawrence Garage – Car Park 43) at Church Street and The Esplanade just east of Yonge Street. View hourly and daily rates on the Toronto Parking Authority website.

    For bus parking information, please contact the Group Reservations office during business hours or refer to the City of Toronto’s website for free Parking for Buses in Toronto.

  • Which subway station is closest to the Divina Dali Exhibition?
    Transit riders may choose either King or Union Station as they are both a short walk at street level.

    From King Station go south on Yonge Street. The Yonge Street entrance is 32 Yonge St this brings you directly into the Sam Pollock Square. Divina Dali Exhibition is located on the right side across from Tim Hortons and Hockey Hall of Fame Store.

    From Union Station find signs for Front Street. Once on Front street go east. The Front Street entrance is 10 Front Street West. You will enter Brookfield Place and into Sam Pollock Square.You can also enter Brookfield Place from Bay Street through 181 Bay St entrance. Walk through Allen Lambert Galleria past the escalator till you enter Sam Pollock Square and Divina Dali entrance will be on your the left, across from Tim Hortons and Hockey Hall of Fame Store.

    Visit the Toronto Transit Commission website or call 416-393-4636 to plan your trip.

  • Are you traveling by car?

      Take Highway 401 to the 404/Don Valley Parkway exit toward Downtown/Centre-Ville
      Follow signs for Don Valley Parkway/Downtown/Centre-ville
      Take the Gardiner Expressway W exit
      In approximately 2 kilometers, take the Yonge Street exit and follow signs for Yonge Street North to Front Street
      Take Highway 404 until it becomes the Don Valley Parkway
      Follow signs for Don Valley Parkway/Downtown/Centre-ville
      Take the Gardiner Expressway W exit
      In approximately 2 kilometers, take the Yonge Street exit and follow signs for Yonge Street North to Front Street
      Take Highway 401 to Highway 427
      Go south on Highway 427 to Gardiner Expressway
      Follow signs for Toronto
      Take the Yonge Street exit and follow signs for Yonge Street North to Front Street
  • Is the exhibition accessible for wheelchairs?
    Yes, the exhibition is accessible to wheelchairs. We also provide wheelchair accessible restrooms located inside the exhibition space.
  • Can I bring in food and or drinks into the gallery?
    Food and drinks are not permitted to be brought into the Divina Dali exhibition. Refreshments and snacks can be purchased at our bar inside the exhibition. There are two terraces set aside for enjoying refreshments before or after visiting the show.
  • What artwork do you have on display?
    The showcase is 110 authentic artworks by surrealist master Salvador Dali divided into three universes. This is Dali’s unique interpretation of Dante’s masterpiece, the Divine Comedy. Visitors will be transported to another realm filled with symbolic imagery and otherworldly landscapes. Get ready to be awed by the master painter’s intricate works and unparalleled creativity.
  • How long does it take to go through the full exhibition?
    It can take between one hour to one and a half hours to thoroughly enjoy the Divina Dali exhibition.
  • Will there be a gift shop available?
    Yes! We will have merchandise available to purchase.

Some additional information when attending our exhibition

We hope that everyone visiting the Divina Dali exhibition has the best experience possible. We ask all visitors to be considerate of each other, our building, and our staff.

Below are some quick tips for when you visit:

  • Children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • All visitors must wear shirts and shoes.
  • Unless you see a sign indicating a touchable object, please don’t touch objects on display. Even mild touching, over time, can cause damage.
  • Please don’t shout or run in the exhibition. Swearing and other disrespectful language is also not allowed.
  • Divina Dali Exhibition is a smoke-free property. This includes smoking, vaping, or the use of cannabis in any form.
  • Please turn your cell phone to “silent” or “vibrate” and be considerate of others when using your phone.
  • Closing of the building begins 15 minutes before indicated times.

Family Questions

  • Is the Divina Dali baby friendly?
    Yes, we welcome all family members to attend the exhibition.
  • Is there a discount for groups attending together?
    Yes, if you are a group larger than 8+ people, you will receive a 15% off discount.
  • Are baby strollers allowed in the galleries?
    Yes, you are welcome to bring your stroller but it must not be left unattended.

General Inquieries


Exhibition inquiries

Félix Bélanger

CEO and Creative producer


Gregg Parks


Press & Media Inquiries

Karen Francis

Director of marketing and operations

Special & corporate events

Christiane Berthiaume

Director of special and corporate events

Photo of Salvador Dalí : Robert Descharnes / © Descharnes & Descharnes sarl 2021