online tickets required
holiday season prices | adult tickets $25-$33
From November 25 – 27, 2022, and December 26- January 1, 2023, holiday pricing will be in effect to manage the projected volume of visitors, ensuring the estate remains a low-density space.
Discounts can only be redeemed in person with a valid military ID. Please review the refund policy here.
Adult (13 and over)
Children (5 and under)
ALL TICKETS RELATED TO DISCOUNT PROGRAMS MUST BE PURCHASED ONSITE AT THE ADMISSIONS BOOTH
Persons with a disability protected under the ADA and one accompanying caregiver
United States military veterans and active duty US military personnel with ID*
Museums for all: SNAP EBT cardholders including up to 3 guests
HOURS OF OPERATION
Vizcaya is open to the public Wednesday through Monday beginning at 9:30 a.m.; last admission is at 4:30 p.m. The Main House is open until 5:00 p.m. and the gardens until 5:30 p.m. Vizcaya is closed on Tuesdays.
Please note that the estate is closed on Tuesdays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Vizcaya is open to the public on all other holidays that do not fall on a Tuesday.
HOLIDAY HOURS 2022
BEFORE YOU VISIT
Visitors are welcome to take photos as part of their visit. However, please note that certain photography requires a paid permit.
Are you here to take portraits, or to pose as a subject in photographs to commemorate a special event or holiday? Vizcaya requires a permit if your photography includes the following:
- A designated photographer and/or staff (professional or amateur)
- Specific photography equipment and accessories
- Changing clothing onsite for photography purposes
- Props or makeup sessions
To learn more about photography permits and related regulations or costs, please visit the Photography and Filming page.
Please be advised that not all of Vizcaya’s gardens or areas are accessible or available at all times due to restoration, programs, event rentals or unforeseen circumstances. Restoration work is currently being done to the Casino roof, which may result in limited access to that structure.
For more information on specific areas, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitors must purchase their tickets online for a touch-free admissions process. Simply show proof of purchase through a printout or mobile device upon arrival.
We also suggest you bring an umbrella in case of inclement weather.
By entering Vizcaya’s premises, you consent to your likeness being captured in photos, videos or audio recordings as well as the release, publication, exhibition and reproduction of these. This applies to general visitation as well as special events and community programs.
The resulting content and media assets may be used to promote Vizcaya Museum and Gardens as a destination. These may be used in news, live streams, telecasts, advertising, websites, social media, or any other promotional endeavors. As such, you waive all rights you may have to any claims for payment or royalties in connection to the above mentioned.
Please note that, as a popular photography venue and destination, entering the museum also makes you subject to being captured in media created by other visitors and/or photographers exploring Vizcaya.
In line with CDC and Miami-Dade County regulations, masks are recommended but not required in all indoor spaces as well as in outdoor areas that don’t allow for proper social distancing.
Masks are not sold at the estate, so please make sure to bring one with you. We appreciate your cooperation with these guidelines.
THINGS TO DO
FOR A LIMITED TIME, AUDIO TOURS ARE FREE WITH YOUR ADMISSION PURCHASE.
To reduce touch points during your visit, the audio tour is available is a Vizcaya Museum and Gardens app, which can be downloaded from the Apple Play Store or used on your web browser.
Get insights on the design and history of the gardens by taking an audio tour during your visit.
Instructions to access the app are included with your confirmation email for your admission purchase.
If you have questions about the man who built Vizcaya, the “Yours Truly” online platform gives you a unique way to get to know him.
By visiting the website, you can walk through Main House and explore letters, telegrams and correspondence from James Deering that pertain to different rooms and spaces. Learn more about this secretive millionaire through his own words and discover the obstacles and challenges Mr. Deering faced in creating Vizcaya.EXPLORE ONLINE
Museum and Gardens Policies
The following policies apply to Vizcaya’s indoor and outdoor areas:
All visitors must remain fully clothed at all times. Bathing suits, mesh or sheer clothing are not permitted. For your safety, footwear is required while walking around the house and gardens. Recommended footwear is closed-toe, low-heeled shoes. Avoid open-toe sandals and high-healed shoes.
THE MAIN HOUSE
- Due to the dimension of historic arches and doorways, only single strollers and strollers less than 25 inches wide may enter the Main House
- Larger strollers are only allowed in the gardens. These may be left in the Entrance Loggia or outside the front entrance to the house.
- Please be careful to avoid contact with doorways, walls or furnishings.
- Note that the first floor of the Main House features a number of steps in different areas
- No strollers are permitted on the second floor of the house, which is currently closed for social distancing purposes.
- Strollers are welcome throughout the gardens
- Please note the estate features a variety of different terrains, including coral floors, grass, gravel and sand, among others.
Vizcaya does not offer bag check. Luggage and large bags are not allowed in the Main House. Our security officers reserve the right to review bags upon entry and prohibit large bags that may damage the collections or compromise security. Baby carriers must be worn on your chest.
Please note that all personal items are the sole responsibility of the owner. Staff are not responsible for unattended bags or belongings.
Visitors are not permitted to bring animals on to Vizcaya property. The only exception is for approved service animals that meet the federal government’s guidelines for animals trained to perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a qualifying disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Visitors may not bring any other animals onto Vizcaya property, including but not limited to pets or emotional support animals.
Vizcaya has traditionally served as an inspiration to artists of all mediums, and we welcome artists to sketch, draw, and paint on-site. Because Vizcaya is a National Historic Landmark, policies are in place for such activities that support the preservation and safety of our collections.
Visitors interested in sketching indoors may only use graphite pencils. No other materials are permitted inside the Main House. Visitors may sketch and paint outdoors; no sprayed materials, permanent markers or electrical tools are permitted. Vizcaya reserves the right to prohibit any materials security officers or other staff deem unsafe for the public, estate or collection. Art materials may not be left unattended. Vizcaya is a pack-in and pack-out location. Bathrooms may not be used for cleaning or disposing of art materials.
At Vizcaya we are constantly active in the preservation and conservation of this unique and fragile estate and its extremely varied collections. Please help us in our efforts by not touching museum objects or leaning and climbing on doors, gates and walls. We thank you for not standing or sitting on statuary, fountains or railings.
Accessibility AND inclusion
Everyone’s welcome at Vizcaya
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is an enduring, inclusive, and innovative place that inspires people to embrace the cultural vitality and environmental sustainability of the world around us. We welcome all guests to engage with us as we connect with the past, understand the present, and shape the future. We want to hear your voice, understand your point of view, and welcome you to our community.
Vizcaya is pleased to welcome visitors identifying as disabled with complimentary admission as well as complimentary admission for an accompanying caregiver.
If you have accessibility needs please contact a security officer upon arrival and they can assist you with accessible parking locations and other information.
There are accessible parking spaces in the main parking lot and in the service area on the south side of the Main House. Drivers who need to drop off visitors with limited mobility near the wheelchair lift, please alert the security officer in the main parking lot and proceed to the service area. However, you will need to purchase your tickets at the Admissions Booth.
All visitors should be aware and cautious of the many steps and uneven floors and terrain throughout Vizcaya’s Main House, gardens and grounds. For your safety, footwear is required while walking around the house and gardens. Recommended footwear is closed-toe, low-healed shoes. Avoid open-toe sandals and high-heeled shoes.
Wheelchairs are available for loan on a first-come, first-served basis. When you arrive, please inform the Admissions attendant of your wish to borrow a wheelchair. They will notify a security officer to have one ready by the Service Area next to the Main House. Please know that we are currently experiencing mechanical failures with our wheelchair lift that provides access to the first floor of the Main House. For more information on the status of the lift and about accessible areas at Vizcaya, please email email@example.com.
Visitors who are unable to climb approximately 20 stair steps or walk approximately 750 feet may not be able to access portions of the Main House and gardens.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or speak to an Associate at Admissions upon arrival.
Many areas of the gardens are accessible and a Visitor Experience staff member can gladly direct you to accessible routes once you arrive at the Admissions Booth.
Main House guidebooks in Braille and large print are available for loan at the Admissions Booth.
Sign Language interpreters are available to accompany a guided tour of the Main House. We require at least five working days’ advance notice.
To make arrangements for a Sign Language interpreter, email email@example.com
The first floor of the Main House is mostly accessible to visitors using wheelchairs, with the exception of the East Loggia and the Entrance Loggia. Please enter through the ramp and lift on the south side of the house (to the right of the main entrance, through the arched gateway), with assistance from a security officer.
An interactive Virtual Access Tour located next to the Flower Room on the first floor of the Main House allows virtual access to the second floor, tower rooms and non-accessible areas of the gardens. Information for the Virtual Access Tour is offered in English and Spanish.
The central portions of the formal gardens are accessible, but visitors should be aware that the paths are primarily dirt and gravel, rather than paved. In addition, the Garden Mound, Maze Garden, Theater Garden, Tea House, Boat Landing, Secret Garden and the west statuary walk have limited or no access.
Vizcaya has fully accessible restrooms located on the south side of the Main House and Oval Plaza near the Garden Mound.
Visitor restrooms (men’s and women’s) include changing tables (diaper changing is not permitted inside the Main House). Gender-neutral restrooms are located behind the men’s and women’s restrooms on the south side of the Main House.
Consider asking the Vizcaya Chat Bot. The bot is programmed to answer frequently asked questions and help you find answers here on our website.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-250-9133.
You can also check out the Online contact form and submit your question directly to the corresponding department.
We look forward to your visit!