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  • African Heritage Cultural Arts Center

    6161 NW 22nd Ave. Miami, FL 33142
    305-638-6771

  • Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

    6300 Stirling Road Hollywood, FL 33024
    863-902-1113

    Rare artifacts and remarkable exhibits about the Seminole Indian Tribe. Features nature trails and a "living" Seminole village. More >>

  • Antique Car Museum

    Antique Car Museum

    1527 Packard Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
    954-779-7300

    http://www.antiquecarmuseum.org

  • Bass Museum of Art

    Bass Museum of Art

    2100 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-7530

    http://www.bassmuseum.org Paintings, sculptures, and textiles from the Renaissance to the present. More >>

  • Boca Raton Children

    Boca Raton Children's Museum

    498 Crawford Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432
    561-368-6875

  • Boca Raton Museum of Art

    Boca Raton Museum of Art

    501 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432
    561-392-2500

    http://www.bocamuseum.org The museum continues to attract people of all ages with its permanent and traveling exhibitions, children's educational gallery, and expanded sculpture garden. More >>

  • Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

    Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

    900 N. Birch Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304-3326
    954-563-5393

    http://www.bonnethouse.org/home.html

  • Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum

    Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum

    100 N. U.S. Highway 1 Jupiter, FL 33477
    561-743-9922

    http://www.brift.org

  • Cason Cottage House Museum

    Cason Cottage House Museum

    5 Northeast First St. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-243-2577

  • Children

    Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast

    1706 NE Indian River Drive Jensen Beach, FL 34957
    772-225-7575

  • Coral Castle Museum

    Coral Castle Museum

    28655 S. Dixie Highway Homestead, FL 33033
    305-248-6345

    http://www.coralcastle.com It is a strange land that holds a castle of theories. For this castle is said to be carved from 1,100 tons of oolitic limestone and built by one man. This man weighed only 100 pounds. He stood barely over five feet tall. He used no large machinery. But this castle has walls more than eight feet high and a tower of more than two stories. This castle is furnished - with beds, chairs, tables, and fountains - all made from coral. And in considering the many theories of how this man came to build this coral castle - as you move beyond the castle's walls and gates - you will find that its diminutive builder, Edward Leedskalnin, was a secretive man. Through the coral castle's audio tour, you will hear his queer tale. Ed started building his castle for his 16-year-old fiancée, even though she left him along the way. They never wed, and he would spend nearly 30 years building the castle as a monument to her. You will learn that it will never be revealed how this place came to be, but you will agree with the icon signed by Ed, a Latvian native, at the entrance. It reads: "You will be seeing unusual accomplishment." More >>

  • Coral Gables Museum

    Coral Gables Museum

    285 Aragon Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-603-8067

    http://www.coralgablesmuseum.org This lovely architectural gem, an ornate, coral-rock construction, stands as ground zero for the City Beautiful's cultural efforts. The Coral Gables Museum once served as the city's first court, and subsequently held multiple roles before it eventually became a museum. Today, it's complete with a 5,000 square foot plaza that hosts everything from street fairs to canine costume contests. A stone's throw from the Coral Gables Art Cinema, Books & Books and Miracle Mile, its location is ideal, and their range of historical and culturally relevant exhibits are worth an afternoon stroll. More >>

  • Coral Springs Museum of Art

    Coral Springs Museum of Art

    2855 Coral Springs Drive Coral Springs, FL 33065
    954-340-5000

    http://www.csmart.org The state-of-the-art facility features laser light shows, astronomy, and telescope viewing after evening shows. More >>

  • Cornell Museum of Art and History

    Cornell Museum of Art and History

    51 N. Swinton Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-243-7922

  • Crane Point

    MM 50.5 bayside in Marathon Jupiter, FL 33458

  • Daniels Center for the Arts

    700 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-904-6549

    http://www.danielscenterforthearts.com

  • Dauer Museum of Classic Cars

    10801 NW 50th St. Sunrise, FL 33351
    954-739-0978

    http://www.dauerclassiccars.com

  • Diaspora Vibe Gallery

    Diaspora Vibe Gallery

    3938 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-573-4046

    http://www.diasporavibe.com

  • The Elliott Museum

    825 NE Ocean Blvd. Stuart, FL 34996
    772-225-1961

  • Flagler Museum

    Flagler Museum

    1 Whitehall Way Palm Beach, FL 33480
    561-655-2833

    http://www.flaglermuseum.us This 55,000-square-foot mansion was once home to South Florida's famous oil and railroad tycoon Henry Flagler. If you're unfamiliar with his legacy, he basically constructed the whole of South Florida. And his epic historic home in Palm Beach boasts a whopping 55 rooms full of period furnishings and all kinds of other lavish décor. Plus, Flagler had a secret passage so he could duck out on bores. Brilliance. More >>

  • Fort Lauderdale Fire Museum

    1022 W. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312-7152
    954-763-1005

    http://www.fortlauderdalefiremuseum.com

  • Fort Lauderdale History Center

    219 SW 2nd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-463-4431

  • The Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College

    The Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College

    600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132

  • Frost Art Museum

    Frost Art Museum

    10975 SW 17th St. Miami, FL Miami, FL 33199

  • Gold Coast Railroad Museum

    Gold Coast Railroad Museum

    12450 SW 152nd St. Perrine, FL 33177
    305-253-0063

    http://www.gcrm.org It's rather horrifying to imagine that many younger generations may not know what a real train is - particularly those growing up in Miami. But the 50+ year-old Gold Coast Railroad Museum is keeping the legacy alive. There are lots of rarities on site at this unique spot, from Roosevelt's presidential locomotive to a rescue train that helped victims of the 1935 hurricane. They've got working trains on site, too, so you can check out the cab of a locomotive or cruise in a caboose. It's like no place else, and a rare glimpse at the American locomotive legacy. More >>

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