The original contemporary art museum in South Florida, the Museum of Contemporary Art has
been a cultural hub in Miami since 1981. Its laid-back vibe sets it apart from the frenzied and
often crowded downtown Miami museums. The permanent collection boasts 500 pieces by
artists like Keith Haring, Gabriel Orozco, and Jose Bedia. The museum also has a multimedia
lab, classrooms, and public programming to bring art to all ages. It is located at 770 NE 125th St,
North Miami, FL 33161. Interesting reading.
The Institute of Contemporary Art is located in the Design District of Miami. Its strikingly beautiful
building was designed by a Spanish architecture firm and features bright, open spaces. The
museum's exhibitions feature local and emerging artists, as well as works by Latin American
artists. It is closed on Wednesdays. Free admission is available on Fridays and Saturdays, and
tours are available for groups. Visitors are encouraged to buy tickets online in advance.
The Lowe Art Museum is another great choice for those looking to experience a variety of
contemporary art. The Lowe Art Museum has nearly 20,000 works of art on display, making it
one of Florida's largest museums. Currently, the museum exhibits works by emerging and
established artists from Africa, Asia, and North and South America. A visit to the museum's
campus is a wonderful way to experience the art in the city.
The Wynwood Arts District also features several museums that showcase contemporary art.
From sweeping collections to smaller exhibitions, Miami's art museums have something for
everyone. From graffiti lessons for kids to bike tours, there are plenty of options for the art-lover
in you. It's also a great place to enjoy some culture while visiting Miami. If you're looking for a
more hands-on experience, try the Museum of Graffiti. This edgy museum will inspire you with its
The Jewish Museum of Florida is another great museum to visit if you're in the Miami area. The
museum is housed in an old synagogue, which has been meticulously restored. The building is
adorned with a copper dome and several chandeliers. There's a wonderful exhibit illustrating the
history of the Jewish community in Florida over the past 250 years. You can also enjoy
educational films and refreshments. While you're in the museum, don't forget to take your
If you're traveling with children, there's a museum that will appeal to your children. The Rubell
Family Collection, for example, offers children's programs on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Sundays.
There's also a museum dedicated to erotic art, which features over 4,000 pieces of work by
artists from 300 BCE. No museum in the world is more diverse than this one. And you can even
visit the Museum of Illusions, which is located on Lincoln Road. Additional info.
Another great Miami museum is the Haitian Heritage Museum. This museum, which is 60,000
square feet, opened in 2004 to provide Haitians with a sense of community. Aside from its
permanent collection, it is also a space for rotating exhibitions and special features for Black
history month. There's something for every taste at the Haitian Heritage Museum. While there,
make sure to plan your visit accordingly. You won't regret it!