You probably want to know what types of museums are available in the Miami area and what kind of
Even though Miami has not been known as a cultural center as far as museums are concerned, its reputation is changing. The esteemed Switzerland’s
There are three
Local artists display their works in all media. You’ll see photography, sculptures and videos plus anything else that might display the artistic nature. It’s fun to mosey through this center and view the various artists at work in their studios. If you call ahead, you can get a guided tour. Best of all admission is free.
This museum is Miami’s most progressive
This is a must see memorial that is hard to miss. The powerful centerpiece shows victims of the concentration camps stretching up a hand to the sky. Along the reflecting pool is their story told in cut marble slabs. As you walk along the open hallway, you’ll see photographs and names of the camps and their victims.
The museum is at the University of Miami campus. It has a collection of 8,000 works that include Navajo and Pueblo Indian
You’ll enjoy the mix of modern and contemporary works. Exhibitions focus on Caribbean and Latin American artists. Along with the museum the center houses the main branch of the Miami Public Library. The library will, at times, feature
Miami Children’s Museum
This compound includes 14 galleries, classrooms, a Kid Smart gift shop, 200-seat auditorium, and has an interactive play area. There is a parent-teacher resource center. It offers hundreds of bilingual programs, classes and learning materials related to
There are more than 140-hands on exhibits. You’ll be able to explore the mysteries of the universe. Also, the Wildlife Center and Space Transit Planetarium are great exhibits.
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Can you believe this museum is housed in a $16-million building? The museum is located on the campus of Florida International University. It’s the only one of its kind in Florida that attempts to exhibit paintings in natural light. The general collection represents American printmaking and photography from the 1960s and 1970s.
The collection is housed in a two-story, 40,000 square-foot, and warehouse. The priceless collection houses more than 1,000 works of contemporary
Sanford L. Ziff Jewish Museum
The museum is housed in a former synagogue and chronicles over 230 years of Jewish heritage and experiences in Florida. It presents a look at religion and culture through films, lectures, and exhibits.
Wolfsonian Florida International University
It hosts lectures and swinging events that surround particular exhibits. Wolfson was a collector of propaganda and advertising
Source by La Rita L. Shroy