Points of Interest Miami

  • Wynwood Walls - At Wynwood Walls, you can view over 35 hand-sprayed murals and visit two street art galleries. Wonder at works by household names of the graffiti scene like Os Gemeos and many others, and take as many pictures as you like. Don't forget to pop by the gift shop for cool souvenirs afterward. The museum is located in the heart of Miami's Wynwood Art District, which is famous for its world-class street art but also boasts numerous art galleries and attractions like the Original Selfie Museum. Joining a street art tour is a great way to see all of the area's its hidden gems.
  • Museum of Graffiti -  Come visit the world's only museum dedicated to the most important art form of our lifetime. The Museum of Graffiti celebrates the pioneers of the movement and tells the real story of the birth and growth of this controversial art form. The Museum includes a world-class gift shop stocked with limited edition merchandise and exclusive items from the most talented graffiti artists.
  • Little Havana - This lively Miami district is one of the world's most famous Cuban enclaves, where you can experience the best of Cuban-American and Latino culture. Southwest 8th Street, better known as Calle Ocho, is the beating heart of the district, where you can browse the countless shops and art galleries, drink some Cuban coffee, smoke a Cuban cigar, and visit the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame. Visit in March when it plays host to the lively Calle Ocho Music Festival. You can take a food tour of the neighborhood or join a Miami bus tour, which typically includes a stop at Little Havana.
  • Miami Design District - The Miami Design District is a neighborhood dedicated to innovative fashion, design, architecture and dining experiences. The vision for a rejuvenated Design District was codified in an urban master plan developed by the award-winning master planners Duany Plater-Zyberk, with the additional participation of architects including Walter Chatham, Hariri and Hariri, Juan Lezcano, Terence Riley, and Alison Spear. The Miami Design District embodies a singular dedication to the unity of design, fashion, art and architecture, and a commitment to encourage a neighborhood comprised of creative experiences.
  • Wynwood - Our Neighborhood - A foodie’s and art lover’s haven, Wynwood is one of Miami’s liveliest and most walkable districts. It is home to craft breweries, authentic Puerto Rican cuisine and dozens of nightclubs, making it one of the busiest areas of the city after sunset. Wander through the colorful streets to view enormous murals and stop by the Wynwood Walls and the Museum of Graffiti if you’re a fan of street art. You can also visit The Margulies Collection to wonder at bold contemporary creations. A food and art tour is a great option to learn more about the area’s vibrant culture from a local.