The Dali was started by a married couple who were friends with the surrealist master, as well as collectors of his unique pieces. Not only can visitors see seven of Dali’s 18 “master works” in this one museum, but the dream-like architecture of the museum gives a once-in-a-lifetime surrealist experience. The exterior structure of the museum contrasts sharp, unforgiving edges with a very organic glass bubble overflowing at the floor of the museum. Visitors can also visit the Wish Tree, a tree with long branches where visitors can leave written wishes. Inside the building, the three-floor Helical Staircase references Dali’s interest in the DNA helix. For a truly surreal experience in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida, visit the Dali Museum.