Bass Museum of Art
2121 Park Avenue, Miami Beach, FL

Bass Museum of Art

2121 Park Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Neighborhood: City Center
Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach — The museum occupies what was originally the Miami Beach Public Library and Art Center, which was designed in 1930 by Russell Pancoast, grandson of Miami Beach pioneer John A. Collins. This was Miami’s first public building with an exhibition space for the fine arts, and it was designed to preserve the symmetry of the formal gardens of Collins Park, which had been donated to the City by Collins and laid out in the 1920s. This building is now the centerpiece of the city’s historic district and was placed on the National Register in 1978.
2121 Park Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Neighborhood: City Center

Maximum Capacity: 300 people
Availability
The beautiful, newly expanded Bass Museum of Art is available for private use during non-public hours. Individuals, corporations and non-profit organizations can host innovative receptions, press conferences, award ceremonies, parties, and artistic events in an upscale, spacious environment in the heart of Miami Beach’s historic Art Deco district.

Different spaces are available to accommodate groups from 20 to 300 guests. Sit-down meals can be served for up to 80 people, or 300 guests can be served in a cocktail style or buffet setting. Auditorium-style seating for 80 is also available, and the museum offers projectors, screens, podiums, and a grand piano for presentations and performances. Indoor and outdoor spaces at the museum offer a range of flexible options.

The Bass Museum also offers complimentary use of the facilities to all sponsors who donate $10,000 and greater to support the museum's programming. In addition to this benefit, sponsors receive excellent promotional opportunities including listing on exhibition signage and related promotional materials.

For complete details on renting the museum, please call *NOT DISPLAYED* , Extension 1013.
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Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach — Directions to the Bass Museum of Art From North: Take I-95 southbound to the I-195/Julia Tuttle Causeway which becomes Arthur Godfrey Road (41st Street).Continue east, turn right on Indian Creek Boulevard (becomes Collins Avenue) and turn right on 21st Street. Proceed to 2121 Park Avenue. Bass Museum is on right. From South: Take I-95 northbound. Exit at I-395/MacArthur Causeway, stay in left lane to Alton Road. Head north on Alton Road. At 17th Street make a right, heading East and make a left on Collins. Head North on Collins and make a left on 21st Street and proceed to Park Avenue. Bass Museum is on right.

Photos published with permission of Bass Museum of Art

Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach — Directions to the Bass Museum of Art 
From North:
Take I-95 southbound to the I-195/Julia Tuttle Causeway which becomes Arthur Godfrey Road (41st Street).Continue east, turn right on Indian Creek Boulevard (becomes Collins Avenue) and turn right on 21st Street. Proceed to 2121 Park Avenue. Bass Museum is on right.

From South:
Take I-95 northbound. Exit at I-395/MacArthur Causeway, stay in left lane to Alton Road. Head north on Alton Road. At 17th Street make a right, heading East and make a left on Collins. Head North on Collins and make a left on 21st Street and proceed to Park Avenue. Bass Museum is on right.Bass Museum of Art, Miami BeachBass Museum of Art, Miami BeachBass Museum of Art, Miami BeachBass Museum of Art, Miami BeachBass Museum of Art, Miami BeachBass Museum of Art, Miami Beach
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Arthur and Alice Adams TerracePhotos Available
Outdoor Venue Max Capacity: 300 people 1880 sq ft 174.7 sq meter
Arthur and Alice Adams Terrace, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach

Photos published with permission of Bass Museum of Art

Can be used in combination with the Lydia & Burton Harrison Café Gallery.
Supported Layouts and Capacities
Reception
Capacity: 300 People
Amenities
  • Access to Electricity
  • Access to Running Water
  • Rest Room Facilities
  • Terrace
Features
  • Atmosphere/Decor: Can accommodate up to 300 when used in conjunction with the Lydia & Burton Harrison Cafe Gallery.
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in feet: 43.5 x 34.6
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in meters: 13.2588 x 10.54608
  • Special Features: Professional-style prep kitchen. Food and Beverage Permitted. Smaller side terrace also available.
  • Total Square Feet: 1,880
  • Total Square Meters: 174.7
Lydia & Burton Harrison Café GalleryPhotos Available
General Event Space Max Capacity: 150 people 966 sq ft 89.7 sq meter
Peter E. & Annemarie H. Houghton Board RoomPhotos Available
Fixed Board Room Max Capacity: 15 people 294 sq ft 27.3 sq meter
Sol M. Taplin GalleryPhotos Available
General Event Space Max Capacity: 80 people 1106 sq ft 102.8 sq meter
The Entire FacilityPhotos Available
General Event Space Max Capacity: 300 people
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