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Family Programs

  • Family Programs

Each month, family programs offer adults and children the opportunity to make meaningful memories at Vizcaya. Programs are different each month, and highlight art, history and Vizcaya’s natural environments so there is always something new to do at Vizcaya together!

Family programs are designed for children ages 6-12 and their families. Get a family membership today and enjoy the benefits of membership all year long – including free monthly family programs!

March 11: Edible Plants with Common Threads
Join Common Threads in the Vizcaya Village, once home to Vizcaya’s farm, to get your hands dirty with edible plants. Explore our kitchen garden, talk nutrition with the crew from Common Threads and leave with a full belly! *Registration is required and space is limited.

Note: Tickets include general admission to the Main House and gardens, so arrive early to explore the east side of the estate before meeting us in the Village Garage, across South Miami Avenue.

April 21: Earth Day Edition
Join Vizcaya’s Horticulture team for Earth Day weekend and Miami’s 17th annual Baynanza! This morning, learn about the importance of a healthy Biscayne Bay while getting your hands dirty collecting trash and debris from our mangrove shorelines.

Note: Tickets include general admission to the Main House and gardens, so stay after to explore the estate and have lunch at the Cafe and Shop.

May 13: Seersucker Social
Back for the third year, this year’s Seersucker Social takes place during the day for families to join in the fun and is all about 1920s lawn games, dancing and fashion! Think an afternoon of lawn bowling, yard dice and croquet while sipping on ice-cold lemonade. Learn to dance the Charleston with family and friends (don’t worry, instructors will be on hand) or sit back, relax and listen to great jazz sounds with a live jazz band. Guests are encouraged to dress the part and get dandy by wearing flapper dresses, seersucker jackets and other 1920s garb.