You will find the largest collection of Dali's works outside of Europe here. Rain or shine, you can easily spend a few hours admiring surrealistic art to honor an extraordinary person's vision, talent, and life. The museum is located right on the waterfront of Tampa Bay in the heart of downtown St. Pete. The unique building is a surrealism-inspired structure that features a large glass entryway and skylight referred to as the "Enigma". And it's almost a "must" to stroll through the small gift shop area to shop for some souvenirs. If you need a little something to eat or drink, you can stop by Cafe Gala. It is a little Spanish-themed eatery inside the museum, named after Salvador Dali's wife Gala, which serves light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon coffee and pastries.