Quand Tony Goldman arriva dans le quartier de Wynwood à Miami, il vit plus que le béton, mais une toile vierge qui avait le potentiel d’être transformée en un musée en plein air, et à travers les Wynwood Walls, c’est précisément ce qu’il a fait. Mettant en vedette les œuvres d’artistes de différentes parties du monde, les Wynwood Walls sont une galerie dans laquelle n’importe quel passionné d’art des rues pourrait littéralement se perdre, puisque chaque espace imaginable est recouvert de peintures murales réalisées par des personnalités telles que Logan Hicks, Frank Shepard Fairey et Ron English. À proximité, le Wynwood Kitchen & Bar offre aux explorateurs épuisés une chance de faire le plein d’énergie.
New World Center is home to the New World Symphony and showcases other fantastic concerts as well. In 1987, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas created an orchestra that would consist of young and energetic talent, providing recent graduates with a springboard to stardom. A national training orchestra with an international reputation, this ensemble is famous for its fresh sound and youthful enthusiasm.
Initially established as a movie theater, Miracle Theater is an impressive Art Deco building that now serves as the home of Actors' Playhouse. The theater is made up of three separate performance spaces of different sizes - the Mainstage Theater with 600 seats, the 300-seat Balcony Theatre and the 100-seat Black Box Studio. Miracle Theatre plays host to performances throughout the year, many of which are meant for children.
Le musée et les jardins Vizcaya sont une magnifique villa qui surplombe une rivière. Ce luxuriant manoir italien vous fera voyager dans le temps en explorant sa belle architecture, ses meubles somptueux et d’autres détails du passé. Ses jardins sont tout simplement spectaculaires et abritent des sentiers éducatifs sur lesquels vous pourrez prendre de superbes photos. Ce lieu offre également une vue panoramique sur l’horizon de Miami. Ancienne résidence d’un industrialiste local, le musée présente plusieurs œuvres d’art et objets de collection qui sont véritablement uniques. Chaque salle à sa propre histoire et certaines accueillent même des événements privés de haut rang. Si vous êtes dans la région, c’est vraiment un endroit incontournable.
Located in downtown Miami, Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts has served as a stage for cultural performances since 1926. Designed in the Spanish style with an old world charm, the building maintains a certain air of sophistication. The center once housed the Miami Philharmonic Orchestra. After undergoing a two-year renovation project in the 1970s, the historic structure became one of the city's main performing arts venues. Today, the center continues to feature an exciting array of theater, music and dance.
Built in 1825, this 95-foot (28.95-meter) lighthouse is the oldest building in south Florida. It originally guided sailors through the dangerous waters along the Straits of Florida. Although it was removed from service many times during various wars, it has weathered the years extraordinarily well. The US Coast Guard has used it as a navigational device for the past 25 years. The lighthouse is part of Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. Guests can take guided tours or explore the Cape Florida Lighthouse by themselves.
The Walgreen Drug Store is a historic building constructed in 1936. Located in downtown Miami, it has a mix of the Streamline and Moderne styles of architecture. It became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 owing to its historical significance.
Masjid al-Fayza of Miami was established to serve the religious needs of the Muslim community in downtown Miami. The mosque is also known as Mushalla al-Fayza. Founded in 1999, it is a result of a group of Muslims who rented three rooms and converted into a mosque. It is an active institution of faith for diverse communities from Malay, Filipino and Indonesian along with workers and ship's crew members. The mosque is also popular among tourists staying at nearby hotels.
Built in 1914, this historic post office and courthouse was the first major federal building in Miami. The three-story building sports Neoclassical architecture and Spanish tile roofs. In the 1930s, the building became home to the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami. The now abandoned building was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
One of the tallest buildings in Miami, Bank of America Tower at International Place, has a total of 47 floors.The tower has a 10 floor parking space and the remaining 37 floors are available to corporate offices. The International Sky Terrace At International Place is also located here. Apart from the sky lobby, the building has state-of-the-art facilities such as an indoor gym. It also has a metro station, the King Center Station, which is a unique feature in itself.
The Catholic Diocese of Miami constructed this church in 1896 and the National Register of Historic Places placed it on its list in 1974. Over the last two centuries, the church has received many refurbishments and renovations, however much of the original charm remains. The Jesuit Order runs the parish, and it is open seven days a week, including Sunday mass.