In addition to all of the amazing sights of our 'Ultimate Miami Beaches' Seaplane Tour,' you'll also fly north along the coast line past Hallandale Beach and Hollywood Beach, to Fort Lauderdale, made famous by the iconic movie, "
"Where the Boy's Are. No longer a spring break mad-house, you'll see Frank Lloyd Park looking much like it did at the turn of the 20th Century, as well as Port Everglades, with its constant traffic of the newest Super Cruise Ships, huge ocean-going cargo ships and occasionally a Navy Aircraft Carrier, Atomic Submarine or Destroyer. Just when you think it can't get any better, thrill to a 'birds eye view' of the multi-million dollar mega yachts and waterfront mansions that have helped establish Fort Lauderdale as the 'Venice of America.' Other highlights include Fort Lauderdale Beach with it's skyline of new hotels, the Swimming Hall of Fame, trendy Las Olas Boulevard, and 'Millionaire's Mile,' known locally as the Galt Ocean Mile. Talk about a 'Wow Experience' and this is one will take your breath away!
Spread over 8000 square feet (743.22 square meters), Art Fusion displays works by artists from many different parts of the world, and this diversity is a big factor in the gallery's appeal. The gallery's four annual exhibitions are eagerly awaited events, and the second Saturday Gallery Nights are very popular, too. The artist roster at this Wynwood Art District Gallery has included Helle Louise Kierkegaard, Saenz Mir and Ximena Etchart, among many others of repute.
North West 25th Street Miami, FL 33127 +1 305 531 4411
When he looked at Miami's Wynwood neighborhood, Tony Goldman saw more than just concrete; he saw an empty canvas that had the potential to be transformed into an outdoor museum, and through The Wynwood Walls, has managed just this. Featuring pieces by artists from different parts of the world, The Wynwood Walls is a gallery the street art enthusiast could quite literally lose himself in, what with every imaginable space being covered with murals by the likes of Logan Hicks, Frank Shepard Fairey and Ron English. The nearby Wynwood Kitchen & Bar offers exhausted explorers a chance to refuel.
2407 North West 2nd Avenue Miami, FL 33127 +1 786 431 1957
Although surrounded by numerous others, Gallery 212 has become one of the Wynwood Art District's most respected since its establishment in 2011. The gallery displays sculptures, paintings, photographs and other art forms by established as well as up-and-coming artists. The Second Saturday exhibitions are one of the most eagerly awaited events in the Wynwood Art District.
This lush and modern lounge has been a favorite in Miami since its opening. Visitors can choose to grab a seat in the dimly lit main lounge or head out to the beautiful patio surrounded by greenery. Try some of their delicious signature cocktails like their Cafe Con Leche Martini or go for something more substantial from the kitchen. The food offerings are tapas-style New American dishes inspired by tropical Miami's atmosphere and native ingredients. The art gallery showcases an impressive collection of works by renowned global artists.
2136 Northwest 1st Avenue Soho Studios, The Wynwood Convention Center Miami, FL 33127 +1 305 600 4785
The Soho Arts Pavilion & Lounge (SAPAL) opened its doors in 2010 with a grand opening. Spread across 6,000 square feet (557.42 square meters), the versatile space is equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, flexible walls, a full bar, leather couches and more. It is also one of the leading art exhibition and performance venues in the neighborhood, with inventive shows finding place in their schedule regularly.
The Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC) is so much more than the place that features emerging and midcareer artists. This place is a nurturing place where you can rent a studio, listen to the benefit of other artists' advice and have a place to develop your talent. The artists who work here come from different states and countries, giving the complex a multicultural, multinational feel. The other spots around BAC has been developed into studios, galleries and classrooms. Moreover, there are exhibitions on a regular basis.
155 NE 38th Street Suite 100 Miami, FL 33137 +1 305 576 8570
This non-profit art space encourages alternative contemporary artists to experiment and express themselves without the pressures of the traditional art world. The space holds several exhibitions throughout the year, having held over 65 total, and has featured the work of over 210 local, national, and international artists. The organization also holds many events, such as workshops, tours, parties, and fundraisers. Locust Projects' alternative style has made a significant impact on the Miami art scene.
This contemporary art gallery in the Edgewater area of Miami showcases various Latin artworks created in both North and South America. Its stated mission is to bring North and South America closer together through the common thread of art. Displays change often, so you can always go back to see what's new. The ambiance is on the classy and quiet side, which gives you the perfect opportunity to appreciate the variety of art on display.
This gallery offers the chance to see great contemporary art and photographic exhibits while helping the local community. It is located in Northwest 7th Avenue corridor, an up-and-coming area in mid-town Miami. The feel is artsy and the people are involved in their community, and visiting is a must in today's Miami. Several artists are permanently exhibiting here, but there is always something new on display as well. The atmosphere is very engaging and friendly, and the gallery is a great way to kick off a tour of the area.
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