Founded in 1963, The Bass Museum, located in the heart of Miami Beach, is a stunning example of 1930s Art dec architecture. The building was designed by Russel Pancoast, and it originally housed the Miami Beach Library and Art center. Today it offers a variety of dynamic contemporary art exhibitions.
The Bass Museum features five elegant and original event spaces:
Reflecting Pool Terrace
This chic, contemporary outdoor space can be customized to your taste for a unique open air event experience.
Sol M. Taplin Gallery
Ideal for lectures, concerts and presentations, the gallery has art exhibited on its walls and it seats 80 people auditorium style.
The Café + Arthur & Alice Adams Terrace
This chic indoor and outdoor space accomadates 80 guests seated in the café and up to 300 people for cocktails and/or buffet on the terrace.
Lydia & Burton Harris Café
This space allows for 80 guests seated indoors and 160 for cocktail and buffet outside.
The Lindemann Family Creativity Center
This light, airy room features a descending projection screen, and accommadates 50 guests for cocktails or screenings.