The best museums in Miami in September 2023

These are the top 20 best museums in Miami, United States, ranked by their rating and popularity in 2023. Click a museum for more information about the museum, including visitor information, exhibitions and reviews.

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Looking for the best museums in Miami? These are the best ones:

  1. Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science1

    Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science

    Miami, FL
  2. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens2

    Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

    Miami, FL
    The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, also known as La Villa Vizcaya, is a stunning representation of a 16th-century northern Italian villa. It was built by businessman James Deering as his winter residence. The architectural design and the aesthetic appeal of the villa make it a fascinating place to visit for those interested in architecture, history, and art.
  3. PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami3

    PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami

    Miami, FL
    The PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami, located in the vibrant city of Miami, Florida, is a contemporary art museum. It offers a wide range of modern and contemporary art pieces, making it a great destination for art enthusiasts.
  4. Gator Park4

    Gator Park

    Miami, FL
    Take an airboat tour through the Everglades and see alligators, snakes, exotic parrots and plenty of other rare animals!
  5. Miami Children's Museum5

    Miami Children's Museum

    Miami, FL
    The Miami Children’s Museum, located on Watson Island in the city of Miami, Florida, is a non-profit educational institution. The museum is dedicated to providing programs, classes, and learning materials related to arts, culture, community, and communication. It also offers support for bilingual and special needs children.
  6. The Kampong6

    The Kampong

    Miami, FL
    The Kampong, located in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami, Florida, is a 9-acre botanical garden that welcomes visitors from Tuesday through Friday. However, it's important to note that visits must be booked in advance. This lush garden is part of the non-profit National Tropical Botanical Garden and offers a unique opportunity to explore a diverse range of plant species in a tranquil setting.
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    Superblue Miami

    Miami, FL
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    Artechouse Miami

    Miami, FL
  9. Locust Projects9

    Locust Projects

    Miami, FL
    Locust Projects is a non-profit art exhibition space situated in Miami, Florida. It was established in 1998 by three artists, namely Westen Charles, COOPER, and Elizabeth Withstandley. The space was created with the aim of providing a platform for contemporary artists to create site-specific works outside of the commercial gallery system.
  10. Historymiami Museum10

    Historymiami Museum

    Miami, FL
    As the largest history museum in the State of Florida, the HistoryMiami Museum offers a rich and diverse experience for visitors. It houses four permanent galleries and up to three traveling exhibits, providing a wide range of historical insights and perspectives.
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    Paradox Museum Miami

    Miami, FL
  12. Everglades Safari Park12

    Everglades Safari Park

    Miami, FL
  13. Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science13

    Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

    Miami, FL
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    Mdc Museum of Art + Design

    Miami, FL
  15. Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami15

    Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

    Miami, FL
  16. Wynwood Walls16

    Wynwood Walls

    Miami, FL
  17. Miami Seaquarium17

    Miami Seaquarium

    Miami, FL
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    Museum of Graffiti

    Miami, FL
  19. D.a. Dorsey House19

    D.a. Dorsey House

    Miami, FL
    The D. A. Dorsey House is a significant historic site located in Miami, Florida. This house offers a glimpse into the past and provides an understanding of the city's history. It is an ideal place for tourists who are interested in historical architecture and the cultural heritage of Miami.
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    Seminole Okalee Indian Village

    Miami, FL

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