AIRIE Nest Gallery is located at Everglades National Park’s Coe Visitor Center, 40001 State Hwy 9336, Homestead, FL 33034 (see map below). The gallery is open daily from 8 am to 5 pm, free of charge.

Video still by Claudio Marcotulli
Where Earth Meets Sky
Where Earth Meets Sky On View October 3, 2019 – January 28, 2020Artist Reception: Sunday, November 17, 1-3pm A unique
Fragile: Works from the Everglades National Park Collection On view June 1, 2019 – September 28, 2019.Closing Reception Saturday, September
Robert Chambers: SEREPENS: Serenoa repens
SEREPENS: Serenoa repens On view November 18, 2018 – May 29, 2019.A solo exhibition by Robert Chambers.Curated by Deborah Mitchell.
Harumi Abe: I love you before, I love you now, I love you after
On view October 1, 2018 – November 9, 2018 A solo exhibition by Harumi Abe Curated by Deborah Mitchell at
AIRIE Nest Exhibition: Exotic Invasion
Exotic Invasion, a group exhibition featuring Marion Belanger, Rachel Johnson, Dana Levy, Reed Van Brunschot, Bryan McGovern Wilson, specimens from
Christina Pettersson, The Unavoidable Twilight
The Unavoidable Twilight A solo exhibition by Christina Pettersson Curated by Deborah Mitchell On view January 28 through April 8, 2018
Exhibition: About Florida Bay
Opening Sunday, October 8 from 1-3 PM On view at AIRIE Nest Gallery from October 1, 2017 – January 15,
Adam Nadel: Getting the Water Right
On view at AIRIE Nest Gallery from August 7-September 25: Getting the Water Right This photographic and ethnographic exhibition is
Elisabeth Condon’s Blooming World Inaugurates AIRIE Nest Gallery
Blooming World, an exhibition of paintings by Elisabeth Condon, includes fifteen new works drenched in pours of colorful, cloud-like swirls of
Getting the Water Right: Park-wide Photography Exhibition
January-June 2017 Everglades National Park and AIRIE Nest are pleased to announce the park-wide installation of Getting the Water Right,

AIRIE Nest Gallery is located at the Ernest Coe Visitor Center, which is accessible to visitors with limited mobility, especially those in wheelchairs. More information on accessibility at Everglades National Park can be found at