Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs

26100 Old US 41 Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135
Phone: 239.495.8989

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Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs

Location: In Bonita Springs, see map below.

On Old 41 north of Terry St.

Profile: Art or Museum Attraction

Official Website


The Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs hosts a variety of exhibitions, from local artists to traveling exhibitions from national institutions. They also offer art classes for all ages. Check their website for current and upcoming exhibitions, special events, open houses and receptions. There is also a gift shop onsite. The Center for the Arts also hosts three national arts festivals each year in January, February and March. These highly-rated and well-attended festivals are held outdoors at the Promenade at Bonita Bay shopping center.

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Area Information

Bonita Springs
Bonita Springs is conveniently located north of Naples and south of Estero, with easy access to I-75, Southwest Florida International Airport and the Gulf of Mexico beaches. Historically a sleepy fishing village, Bonita Springs has grown to a population nearing 50,000. Its mix of historical and new is evident along Hickory Boulevard, where original beachfront cottage-type homes are intermingled with newly constructed, larger and more luxurious residences. Older residential communities remain scattered among newer gated communities featuring golf courses, club houses and resort-style amenities. Original family-owned restaurants are interspersed with national chains and high-end eateries. Bonita Springs truly is a mix of historic and brand new. For more information, please see our Bonita Springs - Estero Visitor Guide.

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