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Summer Kick Off Family Day

Collier Museum at Government Center 3331 Tamiami Trail E, Naples, FL

Join the Collier Museum at Government Center for a fun-filled kick off to summer vacation! We'll beat the heat with activities for the entire family to celebrate the sun and summer. Crafts, games, and more!

Victory Rails: US Railroads in WWII

Collier Museum at Government Center 3331 Tamiami Trail E, Naples, FL

Join Stephanie Long, Manager of the Collier Museum at Government Center, for an exploration of the role railroads played during World War II. During the war, railroads in the United States were tasked with the enormous job of getting the nation ready to fight and keeping the military supplied with troops and equipment throughout the […]

Florida Pirates: Fact & Fiction

Collier Museum at Government Center 3331 Tamiami Trail E, Naples, FL

Thomas Lockyear, Manager of Museum of the Everglades, began his career as a Museum Professional at the Pirate Soul Museum in Key West. Mr. Lockyear will explore our fascination with nautical history’s most notorious ne’er-do-wells and discuss their exploits (or lack thereof) in our coastal waters. Did Jack Rackam roam Cape Romano? Did Gasparilla really […]

Take Flight Family Day

Collier Museum at Government Center 3331 Tamiami Trail E, Naples, FL

Join the Collier Museum at Government Center for a fun-filled celebration of all things that fly. Stop by our summer exhibit "Viewed from Above: Aerial Photos of Collier County" to see a bird's eye view of the county. Then join us for family-friendly crafts and activities that celebrate flight and the view from above.

Swamp Angels: A History of Mosquitoes and Mosquito Control

Collier Museum at Government Center 3331 Tamiami Trail E, Naples, FL

Join Stephanie Long, Manager of the Collier Museum at Government Center, for an exploration of our long battle to understand and control mosquitoes. There are over forty species of mosquitoes in Collier County. Nicknamed “Swamp Angels” by early settlers, mosquitoes have long been a nuisance and threat to the health of everyone living in Southwest […]