Bass Museum of Art

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Photograph: Courtesy Bass Museum of Art
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The Bass is the centerpiece of Miami Beach’s "cultural campus." The core of the building is the old Miami Beach public library, originally built in 1930. After an $8m renovation it now boasts vastly expanded facilities. In addition to pieces from the museum’s own permanent collection (including European Old Masters, rococo court paintings, 18th-century English portraits, Flemish tapestries and Chinese woodblock prints), it hosts world-class traveling exhibitions—everything from folk art to photography and video installations. There are also talks, workshops and a decent little gift shop.

Venue name: Bass Museum of Art
Address: 2100 Collins Avenue

Cross street: at 21st Street
Opening hours: Noon–5pm Wed–Sun
Transport: Bus C, G, H, L, S
Price: Admission $8; $6 reductions; free under-6s

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