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Coral Gables Museum

Coral Gables Museum

The Coral Gables Museum’s focus is architecture, urban design and planning, sustainable development and preservation—architectural, cultural and environmental. This mission statement is interpreted through a variety of exhibits and programs. The Museum features a wonderful tour program—Saturday morning downtown Coral Gables walking tours, monthly bike tours and monthly canoe tours in addition to a weekly 1 p.m. exhibit tour on Sundays. The Museum building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is LEED Certified by the United States Green Building Council.

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285 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134
305-603-8067

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Deering Estate

The Deering Estate—a Miami‑Dade County Park—is a 444‑acre natural and archaeological preserve and historic site. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the estate serves as a center for education, culture and recreation. EcoAdventure Tours are also offered throughout the year for an additional fee.

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16701 SW 72 Ave, Miami, FL 33157
305-235-1668

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Passes available beginning June 2017.

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Fruit & Spice Park

The Fruit & Spice Park hosts more than 500 varieties of fruits, vegetables, spices, herbs, nuts, and other commercially important plant specimens from around the world. Take a guided tour conducted daily at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Fruit & Spice Park

24801 SW 187 Ave, Homestead, FL 33031
305-247-5727

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HistoryMiami Museum

HistoryMiami Museum is the premier cultural institution committed to gathering, organizing, preserving and celebrating Miami’s history as the unique crossroads of the Americas. The Museum accomplishes this through exhibitions, city tours, education, research, collections and publications. HistoryMiami connects people by telling the stories of Miami’s communities, individuals, places and events. HistoryMiami includes a Museum, an Archives & Research Center, the Education Center, the South Florida Folklife Center, Miami Circle, City Tours, and the Miami International Map Fair.

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101 West Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130
305‑375‑1492

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Jewish Museum of Florida

Jewish Museum of Florida Florida International University

The mission of the Jewish Museum of Florida–FIU is to collect, preserve and interpret the material evidence of the Florida Jewish experience from when Jews were first allowed to settle in 1763 and up to the present and to interpret this history in the context of the American Jewish experience. A focus is to explore the richness and diversity of Jewish life, the unique ways in which Florida Jews influence and are influenced by the historic and cultural dynamics of Florida, the nation, and the world, and issues of discrimination against all peoples in Florida over history.

The Museum is dedicated to multi‑cultural education and demonstrates through exhibitions, public programs, and a collection of archival materials how the challenges of the immigrant experience are shared by all ethnicities in the diverse State of Florida and the nation.

Jewish Museum of Florida

301 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
305-672-5044

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Lowe Art Museum University of Miami

From its origins in three classrooms in 1950, the history of the Lowe Art Museum reflects an unswerving commitment to fulfill its mission to serve the University of Miami as a teaching resource, and the residents of and visitors to greater Miami as its major general art museum.

The Lowe's success in fulfilling its mission is confirmed by an extraordinary and ongoing outpouring of support for the museum and its collections. With the gift in 1950 by philanthropists Joe and Emily Lowe, a free‑standing museum facility opened to the public in 1952, the first art museum in South Florida. Its 17,500‑object collection is one of the most important in the southeast, with strengths in Renaissance and Baroque, American, Ancient and Native American, and Asian art.

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1301 Stanford Dr, Coral Gables, FL 33146
305‑284‑3535

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Miami Children's Museum

Founded in 1983, Miami Children’s Museum is dedicated to enriching the lives of all children by fostering a love of learning and enabling children to reach their highest potential. Visitors of all ages are encouraged to play together, learn, imagine and create. The 56,500‑square‑foot facility includes 14 galleries, classrooms, and a 200‑seat auditorium. The museum offers hundreds of bilingual, interactive exhibits; programs and classes, including special needs classes; Subway restaurant; KidSmart educational gift shop and learning materials related to arts, culture, community and communication.

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980 MacArthur Cswy, Miami, FL 33132
305‑373‑KIDS (5437)

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Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum Florida International University

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum opened in 1977 on the campus of Miami's Florida International University. Initially a gallery of 3,000 square feet, the Frost Art Museum now occupies an architecturally significant building designed by Yann Weymouth, with more than 6,500 works of art and a distinguished exhibition program. A cultural beacon that serves South Florida with world‑class exhibitions and influential educational programs, the Frost Art Museum enhances the University's educational mission as a local and global center of knowledge and culture.

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Modesto Maidique Campus
10975 SW 17 St, Miami, FL 33199
305‑348‑2890

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Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a leading science museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future. Located in Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, Frost Science is divided into four buildings, the Frost Planetarium, Aquarium, and North and West Wings, where guests can learn about the core science behind living systems, the solar system and known universe, the physics of flight, light and lasers, the biology of the human body and mind, and much more. Guests can explore the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in an experiential setting with interactive exhibitions and unique shows.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Museum Park, Downtown Miami
1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
305‑434‑9600

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Pérez Art Museum Miami

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), a 30‑year‑old South Florida institution, opened it's new, state‑of‑the‑art campus in downtown Miami's Museum Park in December 2013. Designed by world‑renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, the new facility is a model for sustainable museum design and progressive programming. Located alongside beautiful Biscayne Bay and adjacent to the 20‑acre Museum Park, PAMM features 200,000 square feet of sprawling galleries, shaded outdoor verandas, a waterfront restaurant and bar, a museum shop, an education center with a library, media lab and classroom spaces, and more.

PAMM offers free general admission to the public every first Thursday and second Saturday of the month with support from community sponsors. Join PAMM every Thursday evening for a variety of talks, performances and screenings. Third Thursdays, PAMM presents an eclectic range of DJs and musicians for an outdoor music series on the terrace by the bay, free with museum admission.

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Museum Park, Downtown Miami
1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
305‑375‑3000

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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a Miami‑Dade County facility that is accredited by the American Association of Museums and distinguished as a United States National Historic Landmark. With its phenomenal human‑made and natural resources, Vizcaya was built in the 1910's, a decade in which Gilded Age cultural standards were enlivened by the irreverent spirit of the dawning Jazz Age. It also introduces visitors to Miami’s place in this history—a time when America’s wealthiest industrialists created lavish homes inspired by the palaces of Europe.

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3251 South Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129
305‑250‑9133

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The Wolfsonian Florida International University

The Wolfsonian—FIU is a museum, library, and research center that uses objects to illustrate the persuasive power of art and design, to explore what it means to be modern, and to tell the story of social, historical, and technological changes that have transformed our world. The collections comprise approximately 120,000 objects from the period of 1885 to 1945—the height of the Industrial Revolution to the end of the Second World War—in a variety of media including furniture; industrial‑design objects; works in glass, ceramics, and metal; rare books; periodicals; ephemera; works on paper; paintings; textiles; and medals.

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1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
305‑531‑1001

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