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53. Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

3 km
from city center
53 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Situated in Coconut Grove, this huge property originally designed by James Deering is now a large museum that is a hotspot for various social events, photoshoots as well as marriages. The beautiful main building with a Renaissance-themed architecture and lush green gardens makes up for one of the best spots according to both locals and tourists for parties and weddings.

54. Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

6 km
from city center
54 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

One of the widely popular art museums in Miami, ICA boasts its collection of various artworks from artists from all over the world and helps smaller local artists to display their works and enter into the platform. Tourists and art enthusiasts from all over the world can find some of the most modern and unique pieces representing various cultures and ideologies.

55. Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

3 km
from city center
55 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Exploring the wonders of science and marine life, this museum located in Downtown Miami has one of the largest collections of marine animals, aquariums, science displays and a huge planetarium. The building itself is huge and through its displays, hopes to educate both locals and tourists more about the ecosystem of marine plants and animals found in the region as well as ventures into physics and biology.

56. The Bass

The Bass

0 km
from city center
56 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

A contemporary art museum situated on Miami Beach, The Bass first opened its doors in 1964 in the building that was formerly the Miami Beach Public Library and features a private collection of its donors, John and Johanna Bass, hence earning it its name. Since then the collection of the museum only grew and it currently houses a wide collection of artwork from famous artists from all over the world.

57. Haitian Heritage Museum

Haitian Heritage Museum

6 km
from city center
57 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Situated in the Little Haiti region of the city, the Haitian Heritage Museum Miami aims to display and promote art pieces by Haitian artist throughout the years. Highlighting the rich culture as well as the rich artistic history of Haiti, the museum caters to guests from all over the world that come to admire the artwork of the artists.

58. Coral Castle

Coral Castle

39 km
from city center
58 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Situated in Homestead, created by Edward Leedskalnin out of nearly 3 million pounds of oolite coral, and it is even believed that he made this huge array of structures all by himself, with the mere use of simple tools and no involvement whatsoever of machinery to lift the heavy corals. Though it is nothing but a theory, how the museum was truly constructed remains a mystery.

59. Wolfsonian-FIU

Wolfsonian-FIU

6 km
from city center
59 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Situated in the Art Deco District on South Beach, the Wolfsonian by the Florida International University is a museum that displays art as well as sheds light on some major social issues to educate its visitors about the recent and ancient events. The art pieces are mostly American and European and enable the guests to reflect over the ideologies and happenings related to the art.

60. Wilzig Erotic Art Museum (WEAM)

Wilzig Erotic Art Museum (WEAM)

60 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Situated in the Art Deco District of Miami Beach, this museum founded by Naomi Wilzig in 2005 focuses exclusively on erotic art displays and is the only one in the country to do so. The collection includes over 4000 pieces from ancient periods to modern times of erotic art and it is one of the most unique museums in Miami.

61. Larry and Penny Thompson Campground

Larry and Penny Thompson Campground

27 km
from city center
61 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Across the vast stretch of 270 acres, the Larry and Penny Thompson Memorial Park and Campground is one of a kind in Southwest Miami Dade, stationed just beside the popularly visited Miami Zoo. The park is enveloped with wildflowers, rock pinelands, mango and lychee trees adorned by multiple picnic spots in all corners.

62. Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park

36 km
from city center
62 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Built-in 1947 to conserve the degrading landscape, Everglades National Park is undoubtedly one of the largest national parks in America, spread across an area of 1.5 million acres The park is truly a retreat in nature’s lap encircled by mangrove forest, pine forest, marine life, freshwater lake, and tidal estuaries.

63. Biscayne National Park

Biscayne National Park

31 km
from city center
63 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

How about experiencing a stay is an isolated island with amazing waterfront and alluring wildlife? Camping in Biscayne National Park is exactly what you are looking for. The two campgrounds on Elliott Key and Boca Chita Key islands are accessible to travelers round the year.

64. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

74 km
from city center
64 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The most popular and first undersea park of the United States grabs enough eyeballs round the year for its exotic display of marine life. Established in 1963, the famous John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park encompasses 178 nautical square miles of amusing coral reef, leaving travelers in awe with nature’s wonder.

65. Bahia Honda State Park

Bahia Honda State Park

162 km
from city center
65 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

A dive into a wonderland with 500 acres of unhindered peace and an offshore beach is where you can find the incomparable camping experience for your life. Bahia Honda State Park in south Florida exhibits lined up palm trees, calming sunsets, and an absolute homeland of marine animals and birds. The tropical destination of Bahia Honda State Park is excellent for camping, offering a diverse catalog of camping from RV to small tents.

66. Big Cyprus National Reserve

Big Cyprus National Reserve

94 km
from city center
66 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Located 40 miles west of Miami, the Big Cyprus National Park is the ultimate key to the wilderness in nature. Lined up by mangroves, pinelands, prairies, cypress swamps, and old hammocks, camping in Big Cyprus is, even more, better with its nine huge campground options. Not all campsites have electrical hookups but worry not about the endless encounter with nature while your camping days. The price for camping per night ranges from $10 to $30.

67. Curry Hammock State Park

Curry Hammock State Park

138 km
from city center
67 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Sandwiched between Key Largo and Key West is the magnificent Curry Hammock State Park, spread across an area of 1000 acres. This unhindered pice of nature is the best escape option from the weary city tales and engage in experiencing Florida’s unique ecosystem.

68. Biscayne National Park

Biscayne National Park

138 km
from city center
68 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The exquisite environment in Jonathan Dickinson State Park of Florida crowded with raccoons and bobcats is a must-visit place to spend your camping days in Miami. The coastal sandhills and Loxahatchee River will take you to a world from afar and a guided horse-drawn tram tour will help you explore the hidden beauty inside Jonathan Dickinson State Park. the Pine Grove campground of Dickinson park has 90 furnished sites while the River Campground, near Loxahatchee, is slightly smaller with 52 sites with all the essential amenities.

69. Longkey State Park

Longkey State Park

123 km
from city center
69 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The lavishness of Miami finds no boundary in Long Key State Park of Florida, located just beside the famous birding trail of Miami, inviting visitors from around the world. While the 2017 Hurricane had a rough impact on the entire ecospace of Long Key park, now the park has taken a rebirth from the ashes with a huge influx of tourists round the year.

70. Miami Everglades RV Resort

Miami Everglades RV Resort

47 km
from city center
70 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Placed in a tropical landscape with a variety of flora and fauna, this campground is a popular spot for both camping and RV camping. It is a drive away from Miami and is easy to commute to. Various sports as well as activities can be done in the park and restrooms, laundry facilities as well as a swimming pool are also present. The site also has some amazing fruit trees as well access to Wi-Fi.

71. Historic Virginia Key Beach Park

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park

71 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

It is a beautiful park including some of the most scenic beaches out of all places for camping in Miami as well as lush mangroves. The location of the park is upon an island a boat ride away from the city. The site is extremely popular for its natural wonders and some of the finest hiking and biking trails all across.

72. Oleta River State Park

Oleta River State Park

19 km
from city center
72 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Situated a drive away from the city, this is a beautiful state park and spot for camping in Miami with thick mangroves and surreal water bodies. The park is also Florida’s biggest urban park and offers a series of activities to its visitors. Camping grounds and cabins are available to rent and picnic spots are present too. Guests can also enjoy various activities like biking, hiking, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, etc. at the park.

73. Hollywood KOA

Hollywood KOA

28 km
from city center
73 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Home to the lush natural wonders of Miami and a site for various activities like camping, this spot for camping in Miami is located a drive away from the city. The visitors can book bungalows or sites for RVs as well as camping and relax in the beaches or have fun in the social events that are constantly taking place in the area. It is rather unique as guests can find concerts and parties as well as plenty of restaurants and method of entertainment, unlike most other parks on the list.

74. Greynolds Park

Greynolds Park

20 km
from city center
74 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Very close to the city, this is a popular site for camping in Miami that features a huge golf course, camping grounds as well as various natural wonders. The Oleta River runs beside the park hence activities like boating and fishing are available. Campgrounds are also present with proper restrooms, picnic spots and cabins as well. Guests can also enjoy bird watching, hiking, biking, etc.

75. Long Pine Key Campground

Long Pine Key Campground

75 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Placed slightly far from Miami, this camping ground is only open from November to May and offers both RV and tent campsites to its visitors. Guests cannot reserve sites in advance and can only get them upon arrival. Various campsites that are fully equipped with necessities are present alongside the beautiful trails and activities to do amidst nature.

76. Jungle Island

Jungle Island

3 km
from city center
76 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Sandwiched between Downtown Miami and South Beach, Miami’s bountiful zoological theme park, Jungle Island is popular for its exotic animals, sensational social events, and flashy pink flamingos. Founded in 1936, the Jungle Island, formerly known as the Parrot jungle, is one of the oldest attractions in Miami filled with entertaining animal shows of lemurs and tortoises along with hands-on activities at the Petting Barn. The 18-acre park is the warehouse of a thousand varieties of parrots with more than 3,000 varieties of animals. Environmentally sustained Jungle Island has its own water park featuring rapids, riptides, slides, and a climbing wall. Visitors can explore the newly established 13,800 sq Feet Treetop ballroom and enjoy delectables under the expert supervision of Executive Chef Mark Borowski.

77. Miami Shores Aquatic Centre

Miami Shores Aquatic Centre

12 km
from city center
77 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The tropical climate of Miami is a perfect destination for swimming in the 8-lane professional Miami Shores Aquatic Centre. Travelers can not only enjoy lap swimming but you can also get a glimpse of the famous Flying Eagles Swim Team of Miami. The adventurous water slides, fun zones and an indulging meal in the food court will be exhilarating. Maintaining a consistent temperature as per seasons throughout the year, the entertaining pool parties and Dive-In theatre is a must try at Miami Shore Aquatic Centre. Your safety in the blue water will be maintained by certified American Red Cross lifeguards.

78. Grapeland Water Park

Grapeland Water Park

7 km
from city center
78 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The 13 acres Grapeland Water Park of Miami is just a few miles from the Biscayne Bay, offering a pleasant outing option to families under the subtropical sun of Miami. Under the supervision of the City of Parks and Recreation Department, this amusement park is beautifully adorned by Romero Britto’s eye goggling pop art. The fun theme of pirate’s ship wreck takes the center stage in Grapeland Water Park. No wonder you can indulge in unlimited splashing is the Captain’s Lagoon, assigned only for swimming. Sliding along the inner tubes in the Buccaneer River Ride is joyful. The Private’s Plunge section is most adventurous while you slide through the fastest lanes creating enormous splash. For toddlers, the Shipwreck Island section is the best to let them be. Grapeland Water Park also offers swimming lessons, a glorious snack bar, and a lovely time.

79. Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Santa’s Enchanted Forest

14 km
from city center
79 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

A wonderful expedition to the world’s largest holiday-themed park in Miami, the Santa’s Enchanted Forest is a never-to-miss experience while spending your Christmas in Miami. Being a popular South Florida annual holiday tradition running for 37 years, Santa’s Enchanted Forest boasts of organizing the miraculously tallest Christmas light show of South Florida, attracting travelers from around the globe. With more than 100 rides sectioned as kids, family, and thrilling rides, your day will end with an adventurous Gauchos Thrill show and Christmas Karaoke. No Christmas in South Florida is complete without attending this giant fiesta in Santa’s Enchanted Forest and experiencing the adventurous roller coasters, bungee jumping, slingshot, wall climbing and what not.

80. Dezerland Park

Dezerland Park

17 km
from city center
80 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

If the subtropical outdoor theme parks of Miami doesn’t entice you, you need to run fast into the virtual reality world of Dezerland Park in Miami. Once you enter, 250,000 sq. ft. indoor entertainment park opens in front of you hundreds of gaming options to sweat out. Starting with exploring more than 100 options in the Miami Arcade, players will be enthralled to engage in the diversity.Try rock climbing, finding your way through a ropes course, and mini-golf playing and do not miss the ultimate virtual reality experience in Dezerland Park of Miami, harboring you to a world otherwise. If you have some more time to spare, go for encountering mini ninja, bumper cars, and trampolining.

81. Flamingo Water Park

Flamingo Water Park

81 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Open on weekends, the family-friendly theme park of Miami, the Flamingo Water Park is an ideal escape for a refreshing weekend, galloping in 120,000 gallons of water seamlessly. No one can leave the park without relaxing in the 630 Feet lazy river, plunging in the zero depths kid’s pool or take a faith leap from the 30 feet tower and get wet in the fun and frolic of Flamingo Water Park. the slide tower with 3 main slides, 6 kiddy slides and 2 pool areas will catch your attention all at once. There is also a play zone with 9000 gallons of fresh warm water, a 584 Square Feet Tot Spot for toddlers to enjoy, a mesmerising lounge pool with encircled serenity, and a Water Park Wet Area with spa facilities. Travelers can also enjoy a peaceful stay in the attached Kissimmee resort, without any hassle.

82. Virtual Reality Park

Virtual Reality Park

82 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Virtual Reality Park of Miami urges you to drown in the world of immersive experience with virtual reality games and attractions in all corners. Once you enter the 13,000 square foot virtual reality theme park, you can experience 3-D world with challenges and numerous entertainment options. Featuring more than 20 virtual reality games, 50 3-D films, a virtual arena and a virtual escape room, you can readily see your fellow friends in armour, shoot them and slide through glass walls in the virtual area room. The extravagant enjoyment while using the VR Motorcycle, VR star blade space fight, or the VR reactor will surely blow your mind in Miami.

83. Uncle Bernie’s Amusement Park

Uncle Bernie’s Amusement Park

83 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Uncle Bernie’s Amusement park in Miami has been the centre of attraction from 2002, introducing affordable fun rides for both kids and the family, round the year. Located in the second-largest outdoor flea market of the U.S. in the Swap Shop of Fort Lauderdale, kids can also celebrate their birthday parties, availing preferable packages in this little paradise of cheerfulness. Wandering around this amusement park, one can also see school kids engaged in their fun field trips. Snacks and plentiful joy is always available here in Uncle Bernie’s Amusement Park.

84. Everglades Safari Park

Everglades Safari Park

43 km
from city center
84 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Exploring out in the wild and unhindered air of Everglades Safari Park of Miami is going to top your list of best experiences in Miami, without a doubt. A perfect place for families to get together, visitors can navigate for 40 minutes through the dwindling course of sparkling water of Everglades Safari Park in its popular airboats available at every 25 minutes interval and last departing at 04:00 PM. Customized group tours are available in this amusement park of Miami, accompanied by expert captains in your trip to guide you through the wilderness, identifying hundreds of plants and animals hovering around. The private tour to Everglades National Park through the waterway will be exhilarating. Don't miss watching the alligator show and catching a glimpse of cute snail kites.

85. MegaJump Doral Trampoline Park and Laser Tag

MegaJump Doral Trampoline Park and Laser Tag

85 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

MegaJump Doral Trampoline Park and Laser Tag No place in Miami is better to wash off your worries than MegaJump Doral Trampoline Park, located just near to Chipotle Mexican Grill in Doral, Florida. Spread on an area of 33,000 Square Feet, Mega Jump Doral is an acclaimed and popular Mega Jump franchise offering extreme ninja courses, basketball hoops, battle beam, tumbling lanes, dodgeball courts, a general jumping room and whatnot. A perfect suit for all ages, Mega Jump Doral trampoline-themed park of Miami also offers lavish party rooms for mega events like birthdays, anniversaries, fundraisers and more. Gamers get drowned in playing the popular Laser Tag game in the colored touch screen arena. Taking a leap in the sky through a mega bounce wall-to-wall trampoline is the ultimate fun. A mega cafe within the popular impeccable pizzas, starters, sandwiches and mouth watering combos are just a grip away.

86. Miami Watersports Complex

Miami Watersports Complex

16 km
from city center
86 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The sub tropical encouraging weather of Miami makes this city a lovable spot for swimming down the sparkling water. Miami watersport Complex is a fully equipped boat and cable park, offering summer camps to kids, two full sized cables and a boat lake. Don't forget to carry enough sunscreen, swmit suit and towels, also in case you forget your swimming equipment there is a rental and a pro shop available in the complex to cater to your service. Group events with decked up picnic tables and kneeboards, private swimming lessons, waterski, watersurf, and an engaging 3 skill levels waterpark will grab your attention for an entire day seamlessly.

87. Bucky Dent Waterpark

Bucky Dent Waterpark

19 km
from city center
87 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Staged in the Cuban neighbourhood of Miami in Hialeah, the Bucky Dent Waterpark is a 25 acre big amusement park in Miami, inviting eyes from around the world. Named after Rusell Earl Bucky Dent, this age old theme water park consists of a 150 feet long water slides, urging kids to splash their ways through the slides. There is also a zero entry point for enthusiasts to take a dip and a six lane huge activity pool to spend your time relaxing in the Hialeah wind. If you are too out of energy and need a gulp of tasty drink, Bucky Dent Waterpark serves you bountiful of delectable choices.

88. Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park

Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park

88 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

A day in Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park of Miami will seem to be too less to fully grasp the various fun that the park offers.a perfect place for young and old, you can try your skill as the Virtual Reality gaming expert or visit the adventure hub with rope course and sky rider coasters o add to the fun. With a proper safety harness, climbing the top notch walls will sweat you even more. Adding to the frolic is the refreshing attached cafe serving refreshing drinks in between. The other fun games of Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park include tube playground, battle beam, wipeout, warrior course, leap of faith and many more.

89. Perez Art Museum Miami

Perez Art Museum Miami

3 km
from city center
89 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Relocated in the Museum Park of Downtown Miami in 2013, the popular Perez Art Museum Miami, also known as PAMM, is a confluence of culture and art at its best. Designed by the reputed architectural firm Herzog & De Meuron, Perez Art Museum Miami is a three-floored gallery consisting of art displays from Latin America to Africa to the Caribbean. Founded in 1984, earlier PAMM was regarded as the Centre for Fine Arts which continues to collect contemporary artworks of the 20th and 21st centuries. The exquisite outdoor exhibition and the hammock garden is a major attraction for visitors around the world. With more than 3000 permanent art collections, PAMM occasionally organizes film screenings, concerts, and special lectures. Buying souvenirs from the attached PAMM shop is a must on your visit.

90. Rubell Family Collection

Rubell Family Collection

90 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The creation of Don and Mera Rubell led to the formation of the enchanting private art museum, the Rubell Museum. For more than half a decade, the Rubells team has collected more than 7,200 works by 1000 and more artists. The contemporary art displayed in the 56,000 square feet galleries is a mosaic of talent, aestheticism, and a warehouse of art and culture. Formerly known as the Rubell Family Collection, the artists include Nina Chanel Abney, Zhu Jinshi, Oscar Murillo, Lucy Dodd, and others. Not only you can witness an array of colors but the huge art gallery in Miami is formed by connecting six large industrial buildings that will let you dive into the artworks, but you can also be a part of curatorial internships or just enjoy the wide art-filled corridors. Timings -

91. Fredric Snitzer Gallery

Fredric Snitzer Gallery

91 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Founded by Fredric Snitzer in 1977 in the famous Coral Gables neighborhood, the popular Fredric Snitzer Gallery of Miami presents your artwork from diverse regions in diverse media platforms and involving diverse artists. No wonder, every year there are at least eight rotating exhibitions curated by talented artists in this 1,400 square foot space. With two huge indoor galleries and one luxurious 2,400 square feet outdoor sculpture exhibit, this art gallery of Miami is serving the artists’ minds with the best taste in contemporary art for over 40 years. Representations of works by Luis Crus Azaceta, Carlos Alfonzo, Carlos Cárdenas, Jackie Ferrara, Tomas Esson, and others have been a part of its historic journey.

92. Wynwood Walls

Wynwood Walls

4 km
from city center
92 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

To witness some eye-goggling mural arts in the lap of Miami, the one and only destination are Wynwood walls, a mosaic of colors and vibrancy created under the guidance of Tony Goldman. Started as an initiative in the early 2000s to support and encourage artists, now the Wynwood Walls, a popular open-air art gallery in Miami, stands out in the history of wall art, around the world. You can see artworks displayed at all corners and buildings of the neighborhood represent a grand fusion of wall murals. Either you can take up a private tour or also go for a walk all by yourself with no entry fee. From human-size murals of the Dalai Lama to quotes to abstract painting to eye-catching sculptures, the Wynwood wall is a magnificent place to appreciate art. Artists like Maya Hayuk and Kenny Scharf showcase their work and travelers can engage in clicking an unlimited series of posed photographs with the backdrop of vivid colors. Second Saturdays at the Wynwood art galley are always a celebration with music, food, and colors.

93. Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

93 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The Institute of Contemporary Art is an amalgamation of culture, art, and legacy of local artists in and around Miami. Established in 1996 under the wings of the Museum of Contemporary Art, it is now shifted to the famous Miami Design district in 2017. Spread across an area of 37,500 square feet, the architectural excellence visible in this art gallery of Miami replicates the Magic Box structure with its exquisite geometric patterns and shapes. With the soul aim to urge the public to appreciate art, this massive gallery is admission free round the year, inviting international attention to the local communities. Works of eminent artists including Ann Craven, Jose Antonio Hernandez Diaz, Mark Handforth, James Turell, and many others can be found here. The eye goggles 15,000-feet sculpture garden and even occasional live performances will surely make your trip memorable.

94. Artechouse

Artechouse

6 km
from city center
94 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Delving on the idea of new-age art fusion with the traditional essence of art, Artechhouse is one of its kind in Miami, established by Sandro and Tati in 2015. Opened at multiple locations in the United States, the vision of Artechhouse is to bring together the aura of art and the magnificence of science and technology, forming an immersive art experience for a lifetime. Introducing new artforms while supporting experimentation with a multimedia art experience, Arthouse is currently exhibiting Pantone’s Color of the Year: Classic Blue exhibition. Throughout the year many such thematic exhibitions take place. There is also an attached Artechhouse shop to buy souvenirs for family and friends.

95. Avant Gallery

Avant Gallery

95 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Founded in 2007 in Miami Beach, Avant gallery showcases artworks which talk about Miami, encouraging contemporary artists of all ages to contribute in such endeavors. With flagship galleries in different places including New York and Dubai, Miami’s Avant Gallery has an amazing sculpture display which includes works of Tom Fruin, Will Kurtz, Dan Alva, Nathan Savaya, and many others. An engaging walk inside the art gallery will reveal to you a wide array of artwork from artists around the globe. There is also an attached La Muse cafe serving artfully inspired creative dishes to the creative souls, accompanied with strong coffee.

96. The Bass

The Bass

96 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The history of the Bass Museum of Art dates back to 1964 when John and Johannas Bass donated their private collection of artworks to the city of Miami. Under the excellence of famous architect Arata Isozaki, the museum was renovated in 2017 consisting of four new exotic galleries, a museum store, an attached cafe, and an education facility center for visitors of all ages to educate about the exhibits. You can find glimpses of international contemporary art scattered around accompanied with exhibits of historic objects. You can see exemplary work of art amalgamated with the concept of contemporary culture, fashion, and architecture. The exhibition keeps on rotating every 3 or four months depending on its schedule.

97. Museum of Graffiti

Museum of Graffiti

97 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Standing at the confluence of graffiti culture in Miami, the Museum of Graffiti is a worthwhile experience of understanding the history of graffiti through decades. Established in the 1970s, this is the first Graffiti museum in the world encouraging the new art form which took shape in the local neighborhoods of the United States when children started to paint and put their names on the walls. Not only will you live the essence of a different art form but you see the interior and exterior exhibitions with exotic works, sculptures, and drawings of more than 5 decades. The gigantic eleven wall murals, the interesting art gallery, and a mood-lifting luxury shop with the gallery will make your experience unforgettable. You can also pose with the graffiti and make the best of your time in Miami.

98. de la Cruz Collection

de la Cruz Collection

6 km
from city center
98 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The privately funded luxury collection of Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz finally got a name as the de la Cruz Collection in Miami, designed by John Marquette. The de la Cruz art museum, established in 2009, has been the home of the art-lovers for more than three decades, and now they have opened it for the public to encourage the free flow of artistic thoughts in the neighborhood. Covering an area of 30,000 square feet, the gallery is stuffed with contemporary art exhibits and also organizes lectures, summer workshops, and scholarships for students at DASH and NWSA. You can surf through works of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Mark Grotjahn, Jennifer Guidi, Gabriel Orozco, Laura Owens, Jorge Pardo, Seth Price, and others.

99. Locust Projects

Locust Projects

99 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Art is for all and with the same mission in mind, in 1998, three renowned artists namely Western Charles, Cooper, and Elizabeth Withstandley together created the non-profit art exhibition space in Miami the Locust Projects. Located just north of Wynwood, the Locust Projects showcase an array of contemporary art mingled with experimentation, bringing in the front the raw talents of exceptional visual artists. Inviting national and international artists, this longest-running non-profit art space also curates summer public programs, summer art intensives, and grants to local artists. Art enthusiasts can also take up souvenirs from the shop to make their journey even more memorable.

100. Museum of Contemporary Art

Museum of Contemporary Art

100 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

The journey from a single gallery as the Centre for Contemporary Art to become the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, also known as MOCA, is indeed a recognizable one. Organizing about eight to ten exhibitions each year, MOCA aims at bringing together like-minded contemporary artists to revive the essence of art. Designed by Charles Gwathmey of GSNY, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami has upheld some of the most exemplary exhibitions in the past including Making Art in Miami, Frank Stella at 2000: Changing the rules, Painting into Photography/Photography into painting, and others. The giant assembly of more than 400 artists’ works consisting of Pablo Cano, Keith Haring, Alex Katz is mesmerizing. MOCA also organizes hands-on-art classes, contemporary art boot camp lectures, winter, and summer art camps to promote art and creativity.

101. David Castillo Gallery

David Castillo Gallery

6 km
from city center
101 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Miami is an ideal restoration depot for art and creativity and David Castillo’s art gallery of Miami poses the perfect example of that. Established in 2005 by art dealer and art history educator David Castillo, this gallery showcases the enigma of contemporary artists of color, women, and queer artists of current time exhibiting more than 130 exhibitions within such a short time. David Castillo has also been named the best art dealer in 2010 and continues to finance projects and monograms. Currently located in the Melin building of the Miami Design District, this art galley of Miami has shared space with eminent artists namely Sanford Biggers, Pepe Mar, Xaviera Simmons, Wendy White, and others.

102. Yeelen Gallery

Yeelen Gallery

102 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

Just outside Miami’s popular Art Basel lies the exquisite Yeelen gallery nurturing works of global artists. Owned by Karla Ferguson, this little magical place in Little Haiti has been recognized by Vogue magazine and exhibits popular artists from around the world. The famous exhibition ‘Black Freedom’ organized by Yeelen gallery earned huge prominence, portraying the extraordinary stories of Little Haiti through charcoal exhibits. Artists like Jean Michael Basquiat, Alex Katz, Yayoi Kusama, Rene Magritte, and others have been a part of the contemporary urban culture celebration in Yeelen art space.

103. Bakehouse art complex

Bakehouse art complex

103 out of 153
places to visit in Miami

One of the oldest artist serving organizations in Miami, Bakehouse Art Complex was founded in 1986 with a vision to flock together artists from all over the world. Comprising of more than 100 resident and associate artists, this nonprofit organization has encouraged collaborations and helped in exhibiting artworks of mid-career artists, providing them with comfortable art space. Spread across an area of 33,000 square feet, the sixty artist studios and two huge art galleries will keep you glued to this eutopic world. Organizing exemplary exhibitions almost every month, you can surely witness popular works of Adler Guerrier, Almaz Wilson, Amanda Bradley, Isabela Muci, and many others.

104. Spinello projects

Spinello projects

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places to visit in Miami

To capture the stories of the marginalized communities, Spinello projects under the ownership of Anthony Spinello are attracting many eyes in Miami and the international world. Projecting ongoing political scenarios through art is an appreciated characteristic of Spinello Projects. Being a nomadic art gallery owner, Arthur Spinello by now had ten shifted stores in Miami and the earlier Spinello Gallery is now shut down. Your ecstatic journey to witness art will be more memorable after witnessing the Anthology of Black Thoughts curated by Octavio Yearwood and Jared MacGriff’s Only Touching the Ground to Jump.

FAQs on Miami

How can I commute within Miami?

Miami's public transit is among the best in the world. It is even possible to travel and explore complete Miami without taking taxi. Bus system covers the entire country and in recent times, they have become even more reliable. Many major bus routes operates 24 hours a day, including the one connecting Miami to Miami beach. Two metrorail lines - green and orange operate in the entire city from around 5:00 AM to midnight. Daily, weekly and monthly passes are available while a single trip may cost up to USD 2.25. Taxis are expensive in the area. Another cheap option is to rent a car.
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What are the top sightseeing places in Miami?

The top sightseeing places in Miami are South Beach, Little Havana, Miami Zoo, Jungle Island, Miami Seaquarium, Villa Vizcaya.

What are the top activities in Miami?

The top activities in Miami are Go Miami Card - All Inclusive Pass, Everglades Safari Park Admission Ticket, Miami Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tours (Open-Top), Miami Biscayne Bay Boat Tour, Key West Day Trip from Miami with Conch Train, Trolley & Glass Bottom Boat Tour Options, Miami Guided City Tour.

What are the top hotels in Miami?

There are 1496 Hotels in Miami which can be booked through Holidify. The most popular hotels in Miami are The Ritz-Carlton South Beach, AC Hotel Miami Midtown, Provident Luxury Suites Fisher Island, Orchid House, Top Stay Miami - Gold - Brickell - Free Parking, Villa Diamond in South Beach. You can see all the hotels in Miami here
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