Bass Museum Of Art, Miami

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Bass Museum Of Art, Miami - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 2100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States

Phone: +1-7864368133

Ticket Price: 8 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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About Bass Museum Of Art, Miami

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.

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
  • Tosca
  • Eden Restaurant
  • Morenos Cuba
  • The Setai Grill

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Bass Museum Of Art, Miami Reviews - Write a Review

  • Great place, and super friendly staff. Trisha was fantastic, with great sense of humor and broad knowledge about the exhibits. Thanks to her my visit at the Bass was much more exciting. I will definitely visit again when I am back in Miami.

  • I’m totally in love with The Bass. The art is lively, fun, and excessively instagramable. The work is very carefully selected, and rather than being about individual works of art the museum focuses on making entire rooms a work of art. Each gallery has a unique and palpable feeling.

  • After being all over the world and dozens of galleries I can honestly say this is pretty embarrassing. An entire building dedicated to a few large installations that look like they were done by children or the mentally ill. Plan on staying about ten minutes and that's if you really linger. Should be free for everyone or at most a few dollars, not the ten per person we paid. You're time would be better spent looking at the free murals in the art district. Save yourself time, money and disappointment.

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  • Art is very subjective. In my opinion, good st is something that evokes a conversation, whether you love it or you hate it. I think bad art is art where you leave feeling indifferent. I thought the installations were cool. They weren't really to my taste or liking, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't check it out for yourself.

  • Great use of $10! The exhibits are very interesting and entertaining. The staff of the Museum are also very kind and helpful. Highly recommend!

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