A photography permit covers specific photography sessions and includes any of the following situations, or any combination thereof:
- Anyone having a portrait taken at Vizcaya, including those celebrating their Quinceañera, marriage, engagement, proposals, birthday, communion, pregnancy, graduation, or another special occasion.
- A session where a photographer (amateur, student or professional) has a subject(s) posing for a portrait with Vizcaya as the backdrop.
- Any visit to Vizcaya involving photography, where the main purpose is portrait or occasion photography, rather than a recreational visit to the House and Gardens.
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY PERMIT PRICE | Week day: $250 + tax. & Weekend: $350 + tax.
Photographers and their clients gain access to the gardens on a day that the museum is also open to the public. Photography groups must yield to visitors and never block paths, gates, or walkways. Reservations must be purchased online. Permits are for gardens only and don’t include access to the Main House.
PREMIUM SUNRISE PERMIT PRICE | $450 + tax.
Premium Sunrise Photography experiences can be requested for a date of your choice. This permit allows nearly private access to the gardens from 7:00 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. when we open to the public. Date inquiries can be made by emailing us at email@example.com. All Rules and Regulations still apply. Groups of 5 or less per permit. (This permit is for personal portrait photography only, not for commercial use. Commercial permits can be found on this page below.)
PREMIUM INDOOR PERMIT PRICE | $750 + tax.
For the first time photographers and their clients gain access to select areas of the Main House, which include the Main Stairs, Courtyard, Entrance Loggia, East Loggia, and Enclosed Loggia. The permit allows nearly private access to the gardens for sunrise photos from 7:00 a.m. and indoors from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Inquiries can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All Rules and Regulations still apply in addition to Main House rules. Groups of 5 or less per permit. (This permit is for personal portrait photography only, not for commercial use. Commercial permits can be found on this page below.)