vizcaya is open! come visit
Come enjoy 10 acres of spectacular Italianate gardens and the first floor of the Main House.
For more information on visitation, including discounted tickets and regular hours of operation, please click below.
EXPLORE FROM HOME
To support the community through the quarantine, Vizcaya is making a number of FREE resources available online — virtual tours, coloring pages, ZOOM backdrops, behind-the-scenes videos, zenscapes and more.
VIZCAYA NEEDS YOUR HELP TODAY!
Due to COVID-19, Vizcaya is experiencing more than $3 million in lost revenue.
Help Vizcaya continue to serve the community, and to keep staff employed to preserve this National Historic Landmark with your donation. Don’t let Vizcaya close its doors.
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Experience Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, a breathtaking Gilded Age estate on Biscayne Bay surrounded by ten acres of formal gardens, a mangrove shoreline and rockland hammock. Be inspired by Vizcaya’s natural beauty, connect with Miami’s past and discover this unique cultural gem. A National Historic Landmark, Vizcaya offers an experience to delight your senses.Learn More
Happenings at Vizcaya
You asked for more late hours and you got it! Vizcaya is now open for extended hours on the first Friday of each month. #VizcayaFirstFridays This Friday, August 7, the estate closes at 8:00 p.m. Come enjoy music from the East Terrace as you take in the waterfront views. Guests can also explore the first floor of the Main House as the sun sets. To spice up your evening, visitors will also be gifted a Tito’s Vodka Cocktail Kit complete…
REGISTER ONLINE FOR FREE October is Miami’s planting season, so this is prime time to explore how to start your own garden! Join us LIVE from Vizcaya's Kitchen Garden and learn how to plant herbs from cuttings and how to sow seeds. We will demonstrate proper technique to take cuttings and plant seeds, and how to take care of your edible garden. Activity: Live online session and demonstration with one of Vizcaya's educators Recommended for families with children ages 6-12.
JOIN FOR FREE | Register here Did you know you can grow new veggies from food scraps? Give new life to your leftovers with this lesson. After cooking, you can save things like carrots, radishes, lettuce hearts and supplement the home garden we started last week. Activity: Watch as we take veggie leftovers and scraps and plant them to grow new ones. Then follow along in your own garden. Recommended for families with children ages 6-12.
Discover THE Stories OF Vizcaya
Inspiration for creative exchange and adaption of ideas
Exploration of the intersections of design, preservation and sustainability
Innovation to advance and diversity the human connection to agriculture and place
Embracing cultural vitality and environmental sustainability