“unusual estate turned museum”
Vizcaya was created as James Deering’s subtropical winter home in the 1910s and today it is a National Historic Landmark and accredited museum. We invite you to learn about Vizcaya’s fascinating history and the individuals responsible for the unusual estate’s origins, evolution and ongoing management.
I must admit that going to Vizcaya Museum & Gardens was a good choice to spend our afternoon.
It is located at the Biscayne Bay and we drove the car following the sign-guided pathways, passed from the Museum's security and parked our car at the car park. (which is free of charge)
This Renaissance, Italian style building is an eye candy for sure both externally and internally. The entrance fee was a bit high and we were not able to take pictures of the rooms inside as it was prohibited.
The Museum was very interesting and the gardens contained beautiful flowers and vegetation.
A must see place if you visit Miami.
This place is gorgeous. A lot of history on where the idea for the architecture came from. Didn't get a chance to do the tour but it's just beautiful to walk around
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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
- Sun, Mon, Wed - Sat: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
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