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“The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, previously known as Villa Vizcaya, is the former villa and estate of businessman James Deering, of the Deering McCormick-International Harvester fortune, on Biscayne Bay in the present day Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami”
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“Located downtown on Flagler Street, the Miami Art Museum features art of the western hemisphere from the 1940's to today. There are a variety of permanent collections as well as featured exhibits”
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Public Art
“Wynwood is my absolute favorite place to go. Amazing art everywhere. This is a happy place with such great atmosphere. I love it!”
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Science Museum
“The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a temple to science in Downtown Miami’s Bayfront Park that's as vast as it is comprehensive. With an aquarium, a planetarium and two science galleries, this distinguished destination is always busy, but it's big enough to accommodate even the largest rainy-day crowds. Though the exhibitions are just as interesting to adults as they are to kids, the Frost Museum is definitely a family-friendly place”
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“This popular weekend spot is one of America’s largest kids’ museums—and every inch of the space is dedicated to teaching youngsters about the world around them. With 14 galleries spread over two floors, there’s an exhibit to spark every type of tot’s imagination. The museum’s interactive nature makes it feel like one big playhouse, almost hiding the fact that kids are learning a lot as they move along. It also does a stellar job of incorporating life in Miami, with lots of space dedicated to learning about the ocean and the life forms that inhabit it, plus a whole zone dedicated to the Port of Miami”
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“One of the most culturally meaningful landmarks in the city, this model of Seville’s Giralda Cathedral Bell Tower was built in 1925. Its history includes being used to process Cuban exiles from 1962 to 1974 – thus its nickname. It originally housed The Miami News, and now hosts the MDC Museum of Art + Design.”
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“The elegantly adorned city is well known for it’s historic sites, luxurious homes, and shopping avenue, Miracle Mile. A great place for sightseeing! ”
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“Don’t let History Miami’s rather plain Mediterranean-style building and courtyard fool you: Inside, the museum paints a colorful portrait of how the city transformed itself from a mosquito-filled swampland to one of the country’s most vibrant urban areas, with exhibitions on everything from transportation to sports. Located in Miami’s ever-changing downtown (just look and listen for the cranes), the museum is not one you’re likely to just stumble upon while wandering the city—you’ll need to be specifically headed there (which is a good thing if you like a little breathing room with your culture).”
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“Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Miami After several years in a temporary space, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA) finally opened the doors to its permanent home in the Design District in 2017. The vast, metallic-fronted building, designed by Madrid’s Aranguren \+ Gallegos Arquitectos, befits the cutting-edge exhibitions and artists inside. And no one will judge you if you bypass the art and head straight for the meditative sculpture garden, which hosts permanent and rotating exhibits as well as special events, including yoga and brunch. While the institution is known for its dedication to local, emerging, and under appreciated artists, the collection here also includes the art world’s most renowned visionaries, including Pablo Picasso, Rosemarie Trockel, and Julian Schnabel. The exhibitions come together in a such a beautiful, cohesive way that you don’t have to know your Koons from your Kusama to know you’re seeing something special. ”
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“The story of Cuba is told via rotating art, music performances & a bar specializing in rum.”
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“Coral Gables Museum celebrates & explores architecture, design, historic preservation, and the vision and cultural landscapes of Coral Gables. With everything from Sister Cities Wine Tasting Lectures to Seasonal Bike Tours around Coral Gables to the mini-golf exhibit featuring 9 holes designed by local architects and designers, it's not a boring museum!”
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“*W.A.* Contemporary works by emerging and established artists displayed in a repurposed DEA warehouse. ”
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“Privately owned contemporary art museum in a 30,000 square foot minimalist building.”
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“On the campus of the University of Miami at Coral Gables is the Lowe Art Museum, head over to check out some paintings from the Kress Collection”
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“MOAD is dedicated to the presentation and exhibition of visual art and design, housed within the National Historic Landmark Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College in downtown Miami. MOAD provides its patrons and visitors access to unique cultural, historical and educational exhibitions that enrich the greater community while building and preserving an expansive permanent art collection, Freedom Tower archives, and newly established design collection.”
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