Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Naples, Florida

Naples Pier

Naples Pier

It is impossible to visit Naples without strolling along the famous Naples Pier. The Naples Pier was built in 1888 as a dock for passengers and freight. It also had narrow-gauge rails that ran its length. These were used to transport freight and baggage in the 1900s.

Naples Botanical Garden

Naples Botanical Garden

The Naples Botanical Gardens is a great place to explore if you are passionate about plants or simply want to feel the joy of walking among over 1,000 tropical plants. The garden covers 170 acres and offers more than pleasant walks through interesting plants.

The Revs Institute

The Revs Institute

The Revs Institute for Automotive Research in Naples, Florida is one of the best things for automobile enthusiasts.It’s located near the city’s international airport and has a three-floor museum and hub that focuses on showcasing historic cars.

Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park

Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park

Delnor-Wiggins State Park is known for being one of the most beautiful beaches in the country. You can take in miles of breathtaking views of the Gulf of Mexico.

Tin City Waterfront Shops

Tin City Waterfront Shops

Tin City is a waterfront shopping center in Naples Bay that features rustic-style architecture. It’s housed within historic buildings dating back to the 1920s. Follow the narrow walkways inside to find two dockside restaurants as well as close to 70 shops that sell everything from T-shirts and fashionable jewelry to souvenir T-shirts.

Artis—Naples

Artis—Naples

The Naples Philharmonic is a part of Artis–Naples and performs over 140 concerts a year, including ballet and opera. In addition to performing classical works, the orchestra also hosts community concerts, special events, and education programs

Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Your gateway to Western Everglades, the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary consists of about 13,000 acres of magnificent wetlands, pine flatwoods, a marsh, and a wet prairie, as well as the largest North American old growth Bald Cypress forest.