The Collier County Museum, established in 1978, explores Southwest Florida's history over the past 10,000 years and includes a five acre botanical park with orchid house, two early Naples cottages, a logging locomotive, swamp buggies and more. The Museum has a small shop with books and gifts. The Museum does not charge an admission fee, but donations are accepted. The main Museum is located off Tamiami Trail East, just 5 minutes from downtown Naples. Branch sites are located in Everglades City and Immokalee.
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Naples is the cultural center and certainly the most affluent area of Southwest Florida. Downtown Naples is home to fine
art galleries, upscale shopping, impeccable dining venues and more. Naples boasts several miles of beautiful beaches and
it is also a golfer’s paradise. For more information, please see our
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