The Naples Museum of Art - Welcome
The Naples Museum of Art invites you to experience the wonder of the visual arts, and to become a part of our cultural adventure.
The Naples Museum of Art is a reflection of the unique spirit and generosity of Southwest Florida. Our mission is to be a visual arts center for people of all ages and backgrounds, to reflect the varied interests and wishes – and to nourish the soul – of our community.
Our visual arts center includes a three-story, 30,000-square-foot museum with 15 galleries, a glass dome conservatory, entrance gates by renowned metal artist Albert Paley, spectacular chandeliers and a Persian ceiling by acclaimed glass artist Dale Chihuly, a resource room and the Museum Store.
The Naples Museum of Art is dedicated to displaying world-class painting, sculpture, drawing and other art forms, while providing educational programs and lectures.
Please join us on our cultural odyssey and grow with us into the future. Seasonal memberships and admission tickets are available at the Customer Service Center at the main entrance inside the Paley Gates.
The Naples Museum of Art - The Beginning
The Naples Museum of Art is the first full-scale art museum in Southwest Florida, featuring a world-class permanent collection, traveling exhibitions and exclusive shows organized by the Museum. In its first months of operation, our Museum received national recognition, including feature stories in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. And our first season was also a success artistically, as we were able to present a wide range of exhibitions - from Dale Chihuly glass masterworks to ancient Chinese art to a remarkable collection of watercolors and drawings from neoimpressionist artist Paul Signac and more - along with complementary lecture programs and receptions.
Featured recently in ARTnews magazine, The Naples Museum of Art is a three-story, 15-gallery center dedicated to showing important painting, sculpture and drawing in a variety of mediums, styles and periods. The Museum's mission is to inspire creativity and awaken curiosity while providing educational programs and lectures as well as exhibitions. The Museum is a reFloridaection of the generous support of the community.
The Naples Museum of Art - Directions
From I-75, take Exit 16 west toward the beaches and follow Pine Ridge Road for about five miles. Turn right at U.S. Highway 41 and then left at the first light onto Pelican Bay Boulevard. The Philharmonic Center for the Arts/Naples Museum of Art is one block ahead on the left.
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