The museum itself is beautiful but like anything cultural in Miami there are rarely good exhibitions.
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I wasn't able to go in due to my crew was ready to eat after walking all day. I plan to return and have been trying to visit online unsuccessful so far.
It is a small museum in a wonderful setting. It is rather poorly advertized, but worth a visit. We always enjoy touring this museum.More
Dear Jean, Thank you very much for your kind words about the museum. I sincerely apologize for giving you a bad impression of our advertising. As you are aware, our current renovation has spanned the past 18 months and is truly an institutional transformation. When...More
The Bass Museum is a modern building built in 1960s and renovated from the inside out as a masterpiece. The museum has lots of the finest arts designed by world famous artists. There are classes where you can make your own art. You can request...More
I have seen some top notch exhibitions of important Art over the years. The last I remember was Picasso's sketches. Long before wonderful Art Basel Miami Beach was lucky to have this gem of a museum.
I was so disappointed that the Bass Museum was closed it was on my list of attractions to see while i was in Miami and we were staying just 5 mins away
Bass Museum of Art is located on Collins Park, an area donated to the city by John Collins the first developer of Miami Beach. The stone building in the park was originally the John Collins Memorial Library when it was dedicated in 1930 but is...More
Enjoy a cheap cultural, fun date, away from the crowds, great art exhibits, they usually have outdoor art too, enjoy a park bench and the scenery, accesible via pubic transportation
The museum is really a must if you travel to Miami Beach, they used to host an event "Bass under the sunset" or something like this, I've been there couple times and it has been amazing, nice and smart people, good music and good drinks.