Selby Gardens Extends Dali Exhibit - Museum and Conservatory Reopen Today

Coconut Telegraph


Marie Selby Botanical Gardens announces updates to its summer exhibition schedule at the Downtown Sarasota campus. Selby will extend Salvador Dali: Gardens of the Mind through July 26, 2020. The exhibition is in collaboration with The Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL. The Museum of Botany & The Arts showcases ten colorful photolithography of flowers by Dali along with works from American photographer Clyde Butcher's series Visions of Dali's Spain. From August 8 to September 20, visitors will be able to view both In Dialogue with Nature: Glass in the Gardens and Celebrate Selby Gardens! 40th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition. 

In the meantime, Selby Gardens will move to phase two reopening at both its Downtown Sarasota and Historic Spanish Point campuses today. In phase two, select indoor areas at both campuses will be open to the public from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. Outdoor areas will continue to be open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. For everyone's' safety, all guests, staff and volunteers in public indoor areas will be required to wear masks, and capacity is limited to allow for proper social distancing. For a complete list of phase two guidelines and protocols, visit 

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