Vizcaya is open Wednesday through Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed Tuesdays, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Adult – $22
Teen 13-17 – $15
Child 6-12 – $10
Children 5 and under – Free
Prices effective Oct. 1, 2018. Includes admission to the Main House and Gardens. A variety of discounted tickets (for seniors, students and veterans with valid ID) and promotions are available for onsite purchase only.
For more information on visiting Vizcaya, go to our main website at vizcaya.org, or purchase your tickets using the button below.Buy Tickets Online
3251 South Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33129
Vizcaya is conveniently located in the north Coconut Grove area of the City of Miami, overlooking Biscayne Bay, just ¼ mile off of I-95, one mile from downtown Miami and 10 miles from south Miami Beach.
Proceed to Vizcaya station.
Cross US 1 on the pedestrian bridge.
Continue in the same direction, one block to South Miami Avenue.
Cross SW 32 Road and proceed to the crosswalk.
Cross South Miami Avenue to enter Vizcaya.
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Miami Trolley, Brickell Route, stops at Vizcaya.
Bicycle parking is available and a CitiBike Station is located at the corner of S. Miami Avenue and 32nd Road.View Map
Upon arrival, you may purchase tickets for daily tours, the Discover Vizcaya Audio Tour, or a guidebook.
Audio Tour: $5
(English, Español, Français, Português, Kreyòl)
Guidebook – $3
Guided Tour – $5
Free to Members and Children under 12. Space is limited. Tickets are non-refundable and nontransferable.
Guided Tour Times (Main House)
English: 10:30 a.m., 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm (except Saturdays), 2:30 pm
Español: 2:00 pm (Sabados y Domingos)
ID Required for Credit Card Purchases & Audio Tour Rental. Subject to availability. Tours may be canceled at any time.Learn More
If you work in galleries, libraries, archives or museums and are interested in how to engage with Wikipedia, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is hosting an event on September 17 that is tailor-made for you.
Mary Mark Ockerbloom, Wikipedian in Residence at Science History Institute, will be coming to Vizcaya to demonstrate how cultural institutions are establishing GLAM-Wiki programs to tell their stories and share their collections on a global scale on Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons.
There will be two events:
- September 17, 10 a.m.-noon: A presentation for Miami-area cultural institutions on the use and impact of Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons and other wiki tools. Engagement personnel from Miami-area galleries, libraries, archives and museums (GLAMs) are invited to this event. Instructions will be given on how to identify, gather and post materials for contribution to these platforms.
- September 19, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.: For folks wanting to apply the skills learned on Sept 17, we’ll give you a day to gather your institution’s source materials and then host an edit-a-thon where we’ll guide you in posting your content. If you don’t have materials of your own, Vizcaya will have some on hand for you to reference and post. Space for this event will be a bit more limited and we’ll have snacks on hand to keep you energized!
Hundreds of GLAMs around the world have participated in GLAM-Wiki (see examples here). Mary began as Wikipedian in Residence at the Institute (formerly Chemical Heritage Foundation] seven years ago. She has gone on to mentor folks from dozens cultural institutions in starting their own projects as part of that effort. You can read a case study about the first year of that program.
Here are some examples of Mary’s work, and you can imagine how your institution might benefit from this approach:
- Making collections publicly available through Wikimedia Commons: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Images_from_the_Science_History_Institute
- GLAM Day Out Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, creating and enhancing articles on LGBTQ topics as part of Pride Month: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meetup/Philadelphia/A_GLAM_Day_Out
Join Miami Waterkeeper at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens for a special 1000 Eyes on the Water Training Seminar to become a part of our water patrol program! We need your help to protect our waterways! Learn how to best observe, document, and report problems in our waterbodies. This event will take our normal water patrol training outdoors to explore some of the ecosystems around the Vizcaya property.
This training is one of three required steps to becoming a member of Miami Waterkeeper’s Water Patrol.
In addition to attending one training seminar, you must also:
While there is no minimum age to participate, the training is designed for adults. Teens are encouraged to participate. The session is not recommended for children under the age of 10.
Can’t make a training, but want to contribute to this program? Click here!