Museum galleries will be close for renovation after May 17, 2015 through Fall 2016
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museum galleries open:
wed-sun | 12-5pm | friday 12-9pm
$8 adults, $6 seniors and students with I.D. Free for members and children under 6.
Docent tours by appointment. Free with museum admission.
Metered parking lot on site. Additional metered parking is available on perimeter streets.
The Bass Museum of Art is wheelchair accessible. Call 305.673.7530, or if hearing impaired, call the Florida Relay Service at 800.955.8771 (TTY) to request materials in an accessible format; to request sign language interpreters (please request five days in advance); or to request information on access for persons with disabilities.
Plan your Visit
directions to the bass museum of art
Take I-95 southbound to the I-195/Julia Tuttle Causeway which becomes Arthur Godfrey Road (41st Street).Continue east, turn right on Indian Creek Boulevard which becomes Collins Avenue. Proceed to 22 street. The museum is located on Collins Avenue between 22nd and 21st street.
Take I-95 northbound. Exit at I-395/MacArthur Causeway, stay in left lane to Alton Road. Head north on Alton Road. At 17th Street make a right, heading East and make a left on Collins. Head North on Collins Avenue to 21st Street. The museum is located on Collins Avenue between 21st and 22nd street.
Bus parking is available at the Park Avenue entrance.
Please have a representative of your group check in with your guide at the front desk of the museum prior to unloading the bus. Do not unload the bus until your guide instructs you to do so. If you are guiding your own group, please check in first and then unload the buses.
Photography and Other Restrictions
Photography is permitted in most exhibitions; however, please refer to the front desk personnel for details. Visitors must check all large bags, including backpacks.
A chaperone is required for every 10 students. Please divide your group in advance into groups of 10 and remind students to stay with their designated chaperones.
The Bass Museum of Art is handicapped accessible. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for use at the museum. Please reserve a wheelchair in advance and provide a chaperone.
Tours with audio description and American Sign Language interpretation are available for guests with special needs. Large-print gallery notes as well as text panels and exhibition labels are available for our patrons at the front desk. Please schedule at least three weeks in advance.