Due to the anticipated effect of Hurricane Irma, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens will be closed to the public beginning Wednesday, September 6, 2017. The decision to reopen will depend upon the severity of the storm and its effect on the estate and greater Miami.
ABOUT VIZCAYA MUSEUM AND GARDENS
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a National Historic Landmark that preserves the Miami estate of agricultural industrialist James Deering to engage our community and its visitors in learning through the arts, history and the environment. Built between 1914 and 1922, Vizcaya is one of the most intact remaining examples from this era in United States history, when the nation's most successful entrepreneurs built estates inspired by the stately homes of Europe. Vizcaya features a Main House filled with a decorative art collection, 10 acres of formal gardens, a rockland hammock (native forest), mangrove shore, and a historic village that is being restored to tell Vizcaya's full story and provide additional spaces for programs and community outreach, including those on agriculture. Vizcaya has been a community hub since it opened to the public in 1953; it currently welcomes about 275,000 visitors annually.
Located on Biscayne Bay at 3251 South Miami Avenue, Vizcaya is open Wednesday through Monday, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and closed on Tuesdays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. For more information, visit www.vizcaya.org
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