The STORIES of Vizcaya

Meet Eustace Edgecombe, a Bahamian teen who started working at Vizcaya as a waterboy in 1913 and dedicated the next 52 years to the estate.
Black matriarchs and historians discuss the lost and forgotten history of Black Coconut Grove. Watch and learn through first-hand accounts and family tales.

Ever wanted to climb aboard Vizcaya’s Stone Barge? Although the public does not have access to this space for conservation reasons, we are giving you an inside look at this space through a video mini-tour. Before we get into the history, let’s talk about what you’ll see in the video, which was shot during the

Vizcaya has created a new livestream series for all the garden lovers out there. We’re calling it the “Garden AMA” – Ask Me Anything!
Did you know that visitors can paint en plein air in the gardens and follow in the footsteps of American watercolorist John Singer Sargent?
Vizcaya has a new offering for visitors on the first floor of the Main House. The “Happy Days in Egypt” exhibition is now displayed in the Entrance Hall surrounded objects and architectural elements depicting mythological tales from the ancient world.
The Black Voices series features stories from matriarchs, thought leaders and historians from the Black Coconut Grove community.

TOUR THIS SPACE | Behind-the-scenes tours are taking place in November and December 2021. Sign up for the waitlist and be the first to know when tickets go on sale. WAITLIST In honor of Preservation Month, we are taking a deep dive into Vizcaya’s pool. The Swimming Pool Grotto is one of the Vizcaya’s most

Vizcaya has lent its picturesque landscape to plenty of great movies. Check out this binge-worthy list.
Vizcaya is home to so much more than art and history. A variety of wild creatures live in and around the property, and every year, Wild Vizcaya brings scientists and visitors together to learn more about them.