What to Do: The Naples Museum of Art

Iconic image from VJ Day in Times Square, August 14, 1945.

The photographic exhibit “Memories of World War II—Photographs from the archives of the Associated Press” will continue until April 7 on the second floor round gallery of the Naples Museum of Art.

This incredible exhibit features 126 large black and white prints of the most dramatic WWII photos that exist. Some of them you will recognize, but most were new to me.  If you are interested in this period of American history, go see this exhibit.  Veterans are admitted free.

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The WWII exhibit is in the round "Friends of Art" gallery. The incredible red glass sculpture is by Dale Chihuly (b. 1941). PG photo

The Naples Museum of Art is about 60 minutes from Ft. Myers. PG photo