The Baker Museum is part of Artis—Naples, a multidisciplinary organization that also is the home of the Naples Philharmonic, located at 5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard, Naples, Florida. The museum, opened in 2000, houses a diverse collection of art in a three-story, 30,000-square-foot facility.
From Downtown Naples
Drive north approximately 5.5 miles on U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail). Proceed through the Pine Ridge Road / Seagate Drive intersection. At the next traffic light, turn left onto Pelican Bay Boulevard. Artis—Naples is located past the first stop sign intersection, on the left.
From Downtown Ft. Myers
Drive south approximately 30 miles on Interstate 75. Exit west (turn right) at Immokalee Road (Exit 111). Drive west on Immokalee Road until U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail). Take a left on U.S. 41. Proceed south approximately 4 miles to Pelican Bay Boulevard (you will pass the first loop entrance of Pelican Bay Boulevard at approximately 2 miles, continue to the second entrance). Take a right at the traffic light intersection of Pelican Bay Boulevard. Artis—Naples is located past the first stop sign intersection, on the left.
Entry from the southwest side of the museum may be limited until construction is complete in order to ensure your safety. We recommend parking on the north and east Artis—Naples lots. As always, parking is available at Waterside Shops’ parking garage in levels 3-5.
For evening and weekend events, please park only in the spots on the Kimberly K. Querrey and Louis A. Simpson Cultural Campus or in our partner lots across Ridgewood Drive at FineMark Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, the SunTrust Building and Waterside Shops.
Handicap parking spaces are located near the Hayes Hall main entrance. People who would have difficulty walking from Waterside Shops to our cultural campus should arrive early to find parking in our lots. This is especially important until the end of 2019.
Two spaces on the east side of the Cultural Campus are equipped with Tesla charging stations for Artis—Naples patrons.
For refreshments during your visit to Artis—Naples, Heidi’s Place is located in the Norris Garden, and there are three beverage bars located in the Hayes Hall lobby on the upper and lower levels, as well as a bar in Daniels Pavilion.
For Those with Mobility Needs
A Patron Services representative will be happy to assist with any special seating needs when you purchase your tickets. Courtesy wheelchairs are available at the main entrance of Hayes Hall (an easy drop-off location). There are accessible restrooms on both floors of Hayes Hall and in the Daniels Pavilion. Patrons with limited mobility or who prefer to park on campus should plan on arriving early for performances to allow themselves plenty of time to find a parking spot.
For Those who are Deaf or Hearing Impaired
Artis—Naples has installed a hearing loop so that people with hearing aids and cochlear implants with telecoil technology will have crystal-clear sound sent directly to their devices when activated. No matter where you sit in the hall, whether in the front row or in a box in the rear, the sound is robust. Wireless listening devices are also available free of charge. Visit the Patron Desk in the lobby of Hayes Hall or contact a member of the usher staff upon entering the Daniels Pavilion to reserve a device or inquire about the hearing loop system. In addition, we are pleased to provide, upon advance request, sign interpreters for specific performances.