6 Museums In Miami To Spark Your Inner Artist

Bring out your inner artist in these 6 thought-provoking museums.

The Magic City’s vibrant culture and history has led to the beloved creation of art museums, turning Miami into a community for young artists to become inspired by the creative expression found all over the bustling city.

Superblue Miami

1101 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127

Superblue Miami
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Immerse yourself in digital art which will leave you feeling small compared to the world around you. The thought-provoking art and multi-sensory journey create the perfect environment for a romantic date. The entirety of the museum is a mirrored labyrinth as mentioned on their website. This museum is perfect for artists searching to turn their art into an experience. The entrance tickets are $36 per adult, there are also discounts for college students, elders over the age of 65, and frontline healthcare workers.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum

1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

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Take a seat in the Frost planetarium which uses 16 million colors and 8,000 projections to take you on a journey into our galaxy. The Frost Museum is perfect for families looking to teach science to their children in a fun and interactive way. For ocean lovers, there is a 3-story aquarium with one of the levels being a stingray petting pool. The first floor is an overhead, clear-round glass to gaze into the life of the fish, perfect for setting the scene in your next drawing or painting! The entrance tickets are $30 per adult, $25 for youth ages 4 to 11, and free to children under the age of 3.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
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By far, one of the most beautiful museums on the list is the Vizcaya Museum. With over 600,000 square feet of gardens and 20th century architecture, it’s easy to fall in love with the scenery. This museum is a known location for photographers to have photoshoots for the great lighting and gorgeous landscape. It is also very common to spot quinceañeras in the Vizcaya Museum taking their 15’s pictures (the special photoshoots are to commemorate young Hispanic and Latina girls becoming women,) similarly to princesses in their ball gowns scattered across the castle. The location of the Vizcaya is perfect for old-fashioned, artistic inspiration as well as wedding portraits. The entrance tickets are $25 per adult, $10 for children aged 6 to 12, and free for children 5 and under.

Cuban Diaspora Museum

1200 Coral Way, Miami, FL 33145

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Explore Cuba’s history and culture in the Cuban Diaspora Museum located in Little Havana, a neighborhood in Miami known for Cuban culture and residents. The current exhibition being displayed is Operation Pedro Pan, to remember the 14,000 unaccompanied children who made the lonely journey from Cuba to Miami between 1960 and 1962. This museum is perfect for travelers on a time crunch and artists looking to create activist pieces, such as Patria y Vida (Homeland and Life,) the slogan for the Cuban protests back in July 2021 to fight for freedom from Communism in Cuba.

Art Basel

1901 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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Located in the Miami Beach Convention Center is Art Basel where you can experience international artists with a variety of different art styles through galleries, meridians, novas, and more. The museum displays art dating back from the 20th century to up-and-coming artists. As mentioned on the Art Basel website, the meridians challenge the way people usually see art by creating large-scale projects to immerse the audience. The entrance tickets are $65 per adult during the day but $50 in the evening, there is also a discount for students and elders lowering admission costs to $50.

Wynwood Walls

1901 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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The best for last is the iconic Wynwood Walls, which are free to view, however, I would recommend renting a bike or car to look at all the graffiti art at a faster pace. The eye-catching graffiti art is by far one of the best locations to bring out your inner artist. This is also a great hotspot to befriend other artists or make connections to launch your artistic career. The art changes as new graffiti artists emerge, so take pictures of any pieces that inspire you.

Natalia Guerra

Contributing Editor

Natalia Guerra was born in Miami and comes from a Cuban background. Aside from her passion for travel writing and culinary arts, she also loves to step out of her comfort zone to live life to the fullest. Her lifestyle is being a digital nomad, working remotely as she travels the world one city at a time. Her favorite country has been Spain for its beautiful architecture and food, which reminds her of her Cuban culture.

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