Collier Museum at Government Center
This museums offering includes historical exhibits about early settlers & American Indians in Southwest Florida. Stalk prehistoric mastodons with Florida’s first big-game hunters, or travel even further back in time, when colossal sharks cruised the warm tropical seas that once covered Southwest Florida.
Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples
The Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples is a museum for children in Naples, Florida, with the mission “To provide an exciting, inspiring environment where children and their families play, learn and dream together”.
Naples Depot Museum
The Naples Seaboard Air Line Railway Station is a historic Seaboard Air Line Railway depot in Naples, Florida. It is located at 1051 5th Avenue, South.
Naples Historic Palm Cottage
The Naples Historical Society’s Historic Palm Cottage is a historic home in Naples, Florida. It is located in the Naples Historic District. The antiques filled cottage, is a rare example of tabby mortar construction.
The Revs Institute
The Revs Institute in Naples, Florida is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Revs present the Collier Collection of over one hundred significant automobiles built between 1896 and 1995. The automobiles on display at Revs are some of the rarest and most important cars ever built at anytime, anywhere. They are the ones that variously blazed technical pathways, redefined aesthetic standards, made history, and changed the world.
Ted Smallwood Store
The Ted Smallwood Store is a historic store in Chokoloskee, Florida. It is located at SR 29 in Everglades National Park. On July 24, 1974, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
The Baker Museum
The Baker Museum is part of the Artis—Naples campus located at 5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard, Naples, Florida. It houses a diverse collection of art in a three-story, 30,000-square-foot facility.
The Holocaust Museum
The Holocaust Museum houses over 1,000 World War II and Holocaust artifacts and original photographs displayed chronologically from the rise of Nazism to Allied Liberation and the Nuremberg Trials. Many of the artifacts have been donated or permanently loaned by local Survivors, Liberators, and other dedicated people.
Daily Docent-led tours of the Museum are available to visitors at no extra charge. Self-guided tours, via a free app for mobile devices or using a Museum tablet are also offered.