The 8.5-acre Kimberly K. Querrey and Louis A. Simpson Cultural Campus includes two performances halls, Frances Pew Hayes Hall and Myra J. Daniels Pavilion, The Baker Museum, the Kohan Administration Building and the Stabile Education Building.
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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
Hayes Hall is the grand hall of Artis—Naples and seats 1,477 people. Hayes Hall hosts all Masterworks, Pops, Broadway, Dance and special event performances.
Daniels Pavilion is an intimate 283-seat black-box theater that hosts performances of jazz, comedy, chamber music and many Lifelong Learning programs.
The Baker Museum
The Baker Museum is a three-story, 45,000-square-foot museum with 16 galleries, education and events spaces and a museum store. Museum admission is $10 for adults and $5 for full-time students of all ages (with valid student ID). Free admission for children ages 17 and under and Friends of Artis—Naples. Reduced prices available for select groups.
The John and Jeanne Rowe Performance and Learning Center
The first floor of The Baker Museum expansion includes a space designed to reflect the multidisciplinary creation, curation and education that is at the heart of the Artis—Naples mission. Flexible in its function, the John and Jeanne Rowe Performance and Learning Center hosts rehearsals, performances and Lifelong Learning programs as well as luncheons, dinners, receptions, visual art workshops and a wide range of other activities and events. This room is designed with first-class acoustics and stunning interior finishes, and it features state-of-the-art audiovisual technology.
The Baker Museum Signature Event Space
Already one of the most in-demand event spaces in all of Naples, the elegant Signature Event Space on the second floor of The Baker Museum expansion is flexible, accommodating visual arts, performing arts, education and private events alike. Designed with exceptional acoustics, it provides an intimate venue for luncheons, dinners, receptions, parties, rehearsals, private performances and a range of programs and events. It offers a dedicated service kitchen for catering and a dedicated lobby for welcoming guests. Stellar views to the west and a private balcony to the south distinguish this elegant space.
Heidi’s Place, in Norris Garden, is open 90 minutes before performances through the beginning of the performance, 11am-2pm Tuesday through Saturday and noon-3pm on Sunday (September 4-June 30) with light fare and drinks. For select performances, there are also beverage bars located in the Hayes Hall lobby on the upper and lower levels, as well as a bar in Daniels Pavilion. Heidi’s Place will be open 11am-2pm, Wednesday through Saturday, starting in July through Labor Day. Friends of Artis—Naples and subscribers receive a 10% discount on food and non-alcoholic beverages at Heidi’s Place and the beverage bars.