CULTURE + ENTERTAINMENT

MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART (MOCA)
Joan Lehman Building, 770 NE 125th Street, North Miami // 305.893.6211 Known for its provocative and innovative exhibitions and for seeking a fresh approach in examining the art of our time.

BASS MUSEUM
2121 Park Avenue, Miami Beach // 305.673.7530
Dedicated to preserving, collecting, exhibiting and interpreting visual arts for Miami Beach and visitors to the city.

WOLFSONIAN
1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach // 305.535.2623
Contains more than 70,000 American & European objects created from 1885 to 1945.

VIZCAYA MUSEUM AND GARDENS
3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami // 305.250.9133
Built by agricultural industrialist James Deering in 1916 and features a main house, ten acres of formal gardens, a hardwood hammock, and soon- to - be - restored historic village.

JUNGLE ISLAND
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami (Watson Island) // 305.400.7000
This popular tourist destination is now home to numerous animals and exhibits including: a replica of the Florida Everglades, a Liger Habitat, Penguin Exhibit and so much more.

JEWISH MUSEUM OF FLORIDA
301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach // 305.672.5044
Collects, preserves and interprets the Florida Jewish Experience since 1763.

MIAMI CITY BALLET
2200 Liberty Avenue, Miami Beach // 305.929.7010
Among the largest ballet companies in the U.S. with 40+ dancers, appearing in 92 ballets, including 9 world premieres. Toured and danced in more than100 U.S. cities.

NEW WORLD SYMPHONY
541 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach // 305.673.3331
Through a wide range of performance and instructional activities they develop the full complement of skills and qualifi cations required of twenty-first century first class musicians.

Call ahead for hours and admission.

Brazilian neo-pop artist, Romero Britto, lives in Miami and although his work is seen throughout the 305, his main gallery is along Lincoln Rd.