Bass Museum Of Art

Currently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
  • Address: 2100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7864368133
  • Ticket Price: 8 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art Museum, Concert, Family And Kids, Specialty Shop

Bass Museum Of Art - Review

The Bass Museum of Art houses installations of the Renaissance period and contemporary art. The Museum hosts several permanent and travelling exhibits. They also have lectures, concerts and educational programs. This is an ideal place to visit for those who are enthusiastic about art but not experts on the subject. There is also a gift shop within the museum, which is a branch of the popular store Elemental.

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Bass Museum Of Art Information

  • Docent tours by appointment. Free with museum admission.
  • Wheelchair accessible.

Bass Museum Of Art Ticket Prices

  • Seniors- $6 USD
  • Children (Under 6)- Free
  • Admission is Free.

How To reach Bass Museum Of Art by Public Transport

  • Bus Stop: Collins Av@21 St.

Restaurants Near Bass Museum Of Art

  • Vintro Kitchen
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  • Eden Restaurant
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  • The Setai Grill

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  • Bass Museum Of Art Address: 2100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
  • Bass Museum Of Art Contact Number: +1-7864368133
  • Bass Museum Of Art Timing: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm
  • Bass Museum Of Art Price: 8 USD
  • Best time to visit Bass Museum Of Art(preferred time): 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Bass Museum Of Art: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 2.07% of people who visit Miami include Bass Museum Of Art in their plan

  • 62.5% of people start their Bass Museum Of Art visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bass Museum Of Art

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Bass Museum Of Art, Miami Reviews

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  • The Bass museum is a contemporary art museum the museum has galleries, a cafe, and a museum shop. They have various artistic works on display at the galleries, and also has 2 small theatres that run art films. The exhibit/ films change every six months. The exhibits are very interesting, and innovative, and somehow portrays the culture and atmosphere of miami. The museum admission fee was 10$ per person (free if you are a Miami resident). But the museum gallery is way too small. I walked through the entire gallery in just a few minutes. I wish the gallery was bigger with more things to see. The ladies that work there as security guards were very rude to us multiple times in that same visit.

  • If you are one who appreciates modern and interpretive art, this is an excellent museum to visit. While I am not an avid modern art enthusiast; this museum does have a nice collection of art. It takes anywhere from 45 minutes to 1 and half hours to visit.

  • I’m here right now and it’s seriously the most boring museum ever. Don’t choose to come here by the photos posted on here because they told us the exhibits change every 6 months. Nothing posted on here is there now. Don’t waste your $10 here. I would give it zero stars if I could. I’ve been to plenty of FREE museums that have more interesting things than this place. This musuem makes you lose hope in what is actually considered “art.” If you put a few chairs in a room with a few fake plants, a loop of children screaming and dim the light, that’s “art”??? If you like to look at wood with a nail hammered into it then this place is for you! And don’t forget the pedestal with a rotaty phone on it; that will blow your mind! If you want to waste your 15 minutes that it takes to walk through, go stand out on the sidewalk and watch people walk by. That is far more entertaining. Or even better, drive to Wynwood and look at the true ART there for free.

  • What a giant of a cozy museum! I enjoyed every nook and cranny of The Bass. I would call it funky, fun, and meaningful. Make sure Trisha is there and ask her to explain the exhibit where she is - not a docent - but a security guard with volumes of knowledge. I wish I lived in the area so I could return when the exhibits change. (Don’t miss the video installations, they are truly funky.)

  • Disappointed... I used to go years ago so not sure what happened. The first floor has two small exhibition rooms that are awesome, after that unfortunately nothing. After inquiring I was told they're working on more. In and out in 15 min.

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