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Current Exhibits

Everglades — the Fisherman’s Paradise:
Luring Anglers to Florida for Over a Century

November 30, 2021 – February 27, 2022

Museum of the Everglades

This exhibit tells the story of Everglades City’s evolution from a secret fishing hole known only to locals and a few wealthy Northerners in the late 1800s to a highly desirable destination for world class sportfishing today. The guides, the gear, and the area’s influence on the industry are discussed along with Barron Collier’s discovery, branding, and promotion of the town as Fisherman’s Paradise.

All Collier County Museum locations offer free admission.

My Home

December 14, 2021 – January 29, 2022

Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch

The Immokalee Pioneer Museum invites you to take in My Home an exhibit displaying street photographs on life in the town of Immokalee. PPL Visuals, a group of photographers native to Immokalee, capture moments in time that allow the viewer to examine and reflect a view on daily life. These photographs are directly from their eyes as they see their hometown as “a peaceful chaos, a place of cultures, unity, and endless potential put aside.”

All Collier County Museum locations offer free admission.

Courting Style:
Women’s Tennis Fashion

February 1 – March 16, 2022

Marco Island Historical Museum

Come see Courting Style: Women’s Tennis Fashion, an exhibition exploring developments in tennis fashion design as well as fabrications, trends, major championships, identity, and the players themselves. This traveling exhibition is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and the National Endowment for the Arts.

All Collier County Museum locations offer free admission.


January 14th – April 30th, 2022

Naples Depot Museum

Naples and golf have become synonymous, with people around the world flocking to the area to enjoy the plethora of beautifully manicured courses we have to offer. Since the first golf course was built in Naples in the early 1900s, the number of golf courses has grown at an incredible rate. Today, Naples boasts over 90 golf courses, which means we have the most holes of golf per capita of any city in the United States. Join us at the Naples Depot Museum for our latest special exhibit, Naples-on-the-Golf, to learn how the game of golf has become our paradise’s favorite pastime.

All Collier County Museum locations offer free admission.

Pickleball Passion:
From Bainbridge Island to the Paradise Coast

February 1st – May 7th, 2022

Collier Museum at Government Center

“I’m bored! There’s nothing to do!” It’s the phrase that’s elicited sighs and eyerolls from parents for decades. But did you know that one summer day in 1965 it also engendered a fun and funky sport whose exponential growth shows no signs of slowing? The place was Bainbridge Island, Washington, and the whiny kid in question was Frank Pritchard. When “make something up,” came as the parental reply, pickleball was born! From its homegrown roots as an addictive diversion for the in-crowd around Seattle, to the Southwest Florida tourism phenomenon it is today, pickleball has stayed true to some core values: favor skill and agility over physical dominance and never, ever, ever, forget to have fun! Join us for this enjoyable and informative look at pickleball’s past, present, and future. No pickles were harmed in the making of this exhibit.

All Collier County Museum locations offer free admission.