Perez Art Museum Miami
Aside from the excellent exhibitions of international contemporary art, the Herzog & de Meuron–designed building is itself a showstopper.
Institute of Contemporary Art
Located in the landmark Moore Building built in 1921, the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) offers one of the best reasons to visit the Design District.
Rich with history and fiercely authentic, Calle Ocho is the Cuban-American heart of this culturally diverse city.
Rubell Family Collection
A common contender on Miami short list's, the Rubell Family Collection is an essential pit stop any time of the year.
This groundbreaking new arts space in the nascent Faena District brings a much-needed dose of culture to a burgeoning area.
Wynwood Walls + Art Walk
In addition to being a center for local galleries, the Wynwood neighborhood is home to an outdoor graffiti program showing works by dozens of artists.
Villa Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
The Villa Vizcaya is a Jazz Age mélange of Italian Renaissance and Baroque architecture, with formal gardens and a “village” of outbuildings.