Fun Things To Do in Naples

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Experience The Arts
Check out the art scene Artis—Naples and their range of programs including music, film, dance, comedy, lectures.  Including comedy legends, Broadway stars, and world-renowned musicians performing with the Naples Philharmonic. Check out the reopening of The Baker Museum, a fine-art institution that houses traveling exhibitions as well as a permanent collection of modern and contemporary works.


Learn about the environment and wildlife in Naples. Take a walk through a tropical wonderland at the 170-acre Naples Botanical Garden and learn about the local flora and exotic plants from around the world. You'll see coral limestone water features, fragrant orchids, and a myriad of bromeliads growing in a lush canopy of trees—it's truly a serene paradise for the senses.

Visit the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, an active nature center working to preserve the heritage of the area's land and water. They have a wildlife hospital that treats injured, sick, and orphaned native animals like turtles, pelicans, and bobcats. Head out on a guided nature walk or eco-cruise and learn more about how to protect the local environment.

Northeast of downtown Naples, Audubon's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary provides a 2.25-mile-long boardwalk through the country's last old-growth bald cypress forest, where you can spot hundreds of birds and animals like the American alligator and the brightly arrayed painted bunting. If you're lucky, you might even see the infamous and extremely rare super ghost orchid.

The Naples Zoo is another great place to get up close and personal with animals and learn about conservation efforts.