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Our eight-and-a-half acre cultural campus is home to four main spaces—Francis Pew Hayes Hall, Myra J. Daniels Pavilion, the Toni Stabile Education Building and The Baker Museum. The center also includes four art galleries and two sculpture gardens.

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Getting Here

From Downtown Naples

Drive north approximately 5.5 miles on U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail). Proceed through the Pine Ridge Road/Seagate Drive intersection. At the next traffic light, turn left onto Pelican Bay Boulevard. Artis—Naples is located past the first stop sign intersection, on the left.

From Downtown Ft. Myers

Drive south approximately 30 miles on Interstate 75. Exit west (turn right) at Immokalee Road (Exit 111). Drive west on Immokalee Road until U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail). Take a left on U.S. 41. Proceed south approximately 4 miles to Pelican Bay Boulevard (you will pass the first loop entrance of Pelican Bay Boulevard at approximately 2 miles, continue to the second entrance). Take a right at the traffic light intersection of Pelican Bay Boulevard. Artis—Naples is located past the first stop sign intersection, on the left.

5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard
Naples, Florida 34108-2740

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Hayes Hall

Hayes Hall is the grand hall of Artis—Naples and seats 1,475 people. All Masterworks, Pops, Broadway and Dance programs take place in Hayes Hall.

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Daniels Pavilion

Daniels Pavilion is an intimate 283-seat, black box theater used for smaller performances, comedy shows and many Lifelong Learning programs.

  Seating Charts

The Toni Stabile Education Building

The Toni Stabile Education Building is situated just south of Hayes Hall and hosts the majority of our education and Lifelong Learning programs.

The Baker Museum

The Baker Museum is a three-story, 30,000-square-foot museum with 15 galleries, a glass-dome conservatory, a resource room and the Museum Store. Museum admission is $10 or $5 for students of any age (with valid student ID). Children 17 & under can visit the museum for free. Museum members are always free.

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Cafe Intermezzo

Enjoy a light entrée for lunch, or in the evenings before a performance. Our menu includes sumptuous dishes made fresh daily.

  Cafe Intermezzo


Share your love of the arts by becoming a part of The Baker Museum community. Enhance your experience of the Museum’s collection, exhibitions, educational programs, and social opportunities, and enjoy memorable times spent with family and friends by becoming a member today.

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Thanks to the generous financial support of loyal donors, Artis—Naples is Southwest Florida’s most vital cultural resource, presenting the very best of visual and performing arts. We also remain dedicated to transforming the lives of young people through exceptional education opportunities.

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Free multi-disciplinary community days allow families and young people to experience both the orchestra and the museum. Open-air concerts in Cambier Park as well as performances in Bonita Springs and Marco Island extend our reach and make great art accessible to thousands.

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