Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Online Admissions

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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, or purchase your tickets using the button below.

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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.

By Metrorail

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.

More Arrival Options

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.

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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.

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Programs & Events

Community Program: Seersucker Social
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Community Program: Seersucker Social @ Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Miami | Florida | United States

Seersucker Social is back! Taking inspiration from the 1920s, when Vizcaya was James Deering’s private home, the museum is hosting a game night in the gardens complete with lawn bowling, yard dice, croquet and more.  Live music “jazzes” up the atmosphere and swing dancers guide you through the steps of popular dances of the era. Guests are encouraged to dress the part and get dandy by wearing their flapper dresses, seersucker jackets and other 1920s garb—because anything worth doing is worth doing right!

Included in admission is a drink ticket for a gin rickey, a 1920s cocktail that Deering would have loved!  Other food and refreshments are available for purchase through our Cafe and Shop.

Our partners:

Yoga with a View Featuring AriOm
Mar 31 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Yoga with a View Featuring AriOm @ Vizcaya Museum & Gardens | Miami | Florida | United States

Vizcaya welcomes Arianne Traverso of Om for All Yoga for a 60-minute, all-level vinyasa class. Classes are held in various locations throughout Vizcaya, including the Garden Mound, South Terrace, and other evocative environments through the estate.

The class includes free all-day admission to the museum and gardens. Guests are welcome to spend the rest of the day exploring the gardens and Main House following the class. Come breathe, stretch, and meditate over Vizcaya.

$15 for Vizcaya Members

Non Members -> Purchase of a $50 adult ticket below includes an Individual Membership to Vizcaya (valid for one full year) as well as one ticket to the member’s only meditation class


 For more information, select TICKETS to see our FAQ section.

BLCK Family Dinner
Apr 3 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
BLCK Family Dinner @ Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Miami | Florida | United States

The BLCK family presents a cadence that feels like truth, a 3-part culinary installation set in the vast subtropical grounds of Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, exploring the utility of honesty as expressed through culinary and performing arts.

On April 3rd, join the BLCK family and their cousins Chef Ari and Jibade Khalil Huffman at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens for the BLCK family’s first public dinner of the year. With the purchase of a ticket, guests will be presented with three direct interactions with the artists’ multidisciplinary work.

The evening begins with warm greetings and libations from members of the BLCK family and opportunities to meet with other guests while enveloped in the aroma of forbidden black rice, scotch bonnet peppers and fresh coconut wafting through the air. If the idea of grilled peppa shrimp and coal roasted jerk beef brisket cause you to salivate, this 4-course Caribbean dinner by Miami-based culinary artist Chef Ari is exactly the kind of soul satisfying meal that you need. Closing out the evening, set in the lush gardens and architectural structures of Vizcaya, is a performance project by Jibade-Khalil Huffman and Def Sound, comprised of sounds made by Def Sound related to the joys and anxieties of blackness and projected videos produced by Huffman.

This new installation continues a standing commitment that the BLCK family has made to connect their communities in an environment built to encourage collaboration, foster creativity and manifest love.

the BLCK family is a Miami based creative collective responsible for the installation of mobile performance art shows centered around culinary, visual, performing and social arts.  Check out the BLCK family on Instagram and Facebook or website.

Member’s House Tour – Vizcaya’s Impact on Miami
Apr 6 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
Member's House Tour - Vizcaya's Impact on Miami @ Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Already experienced our introductory house tour? Did our extended garden tour as well? And now you want a chance to learn and experience more? Join us for our seasonal monthly series of Members Extended House Tours. Each month members can enjoy a 45-minute tour led by Vizcaya staff where we will explore objects and rooms in the collection that is not included in our daily tours.

Join us Saturday, April 6th, for Vizcaya’s Impact on Miami; This tour will focus on the impact that Vizcaya has had on architecture and design in Miami with a focus on the elements of Mediterranean Style architecture and the role that Vizcaya assistant architect Phineas Paist played in designing elements of Coral Gables and other noted historic structures throughout Miami. Participants will experience the Main House and Village.

If you would like to become a member in order to attend, please contact the membership department at 305-860-8417 or via e-mail at

For more information, please visit the ticket website to see our FAQ section.


Baynanza Coastal Cleanup
Apr 13 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Baynanza Coastal Cleanup @ Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Miami | Florida | United States

Baynanza is a celebration of Biscayne Bay and its significance as one of our most important ecological systems in South Florida. While Baynanza includes more than 25 great events throughout March and April, the event that has become nearly synonymous with this celebration is the Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day.

Vizcaya, right along Biscayne Bay, is proud to be this year’s VIP site and to participate in this community-wide cleanup every year. Participants of Baynanza receive a pass to return another day and explore the estate.  During the cleanup, participants will be in the mangrove forest; bringing a post-cleanup change of clothes is advised!

Vizcaya is committed to reducing the amount of trash produced on site. During the cleanup, we will have water coolers for refilling water bottles, so bring yours!  Additionally, we suggest you wear a hat, comfortable shoes and lots of sunscreen!

Family Program: Poetry
Apr 14 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Family Program: Poetry @ Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Miami | Florida | United States

Join the Early poet family for an afternoon of poetry at Vizcaya!

Calvin “madeS.O.N.” Early is an internationally recognized speaker/spoken word artist with more than 10 years’ experience in youth development and community relations. The strength of his work is the ability to combine humor and real life experiences, with a presence that commands attention. He is probably most well-known for using powerful spoken word poetry as a vehicle to provoke thought, evoke change, and drive a message home to audiences of youth and those who advocate for them. Calvin is the founder of The Spoken Word Exchange, a grassroots, creative writing initiative, providing groups of artists and spectators from around the world the opportunity to experience and learn about each other’s culture through the art of poetry.

Arsimmer McCoy-Early is a 32 year old Richmond Heights, Florida native. She is a writer, entertainment host, singer and songwriter. Arsimmer McCoy-Early is the vice president and acting communications liaison for The Spoken Word Exchange. Arsimmer earned her Bachelor’s of English from Florida Memorial University in Carol City, Florida and has over a decade of experience in theater performance and education. Arsimmer combines these two areas of expertise in her work as a teacher/facilitator for both O, Miami’s Sunroom Poetry Community Project and Scrap Paper Inc., both of which are poetry-centered workshops geared towards helping students in Dade and Broward county public schools improve their grammar and composition skills. When Arsimmer is not educating she enjoys her freelance work as artistic director and event planner for various companies and organizations.

WINE TASTING ON THE BAY with Swirl Wines Consulting: Women in Wine
Apr 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm
WINE TASTING ON THE BAY with Swirl Wines Consulting: Women in Wine @ Vizcaya Museum & Gardens | Miami | Florida | United States

Swirl Wines Consulting Presents:


Led By Wine expert Carol Lopez-Bethel of Swirl Wines Consulting, this event will showcase the contributions of female vineyard owners, winemakers, sommeliers, educators as well as consumers, and some of their experiences in a male-dominated industry.  It will feature the wines of 6 female winemakers from around the world, theirs and other stories and some history dating back to the infamous Veuve Cliquot and other heroines of the wine world.

Tickets to the event include a pre-tasting tour of the house focusing on the Women of Vizcaya and a tasting of four – five wines accompanied by light hors-d’oeuvres.


$50 per person for VIZCAYA MEMBERS.
Must be 21+. Includes wine and food pairings

Not a member? Get your membership online >>

|| SPECIAL OFFER || 2 Free Wine Tasting Tickets with Membership
Become a Preservationist ($250) Level member today and receive two free tickets* to this wine tasting by using promo code SWIRL when you join.
In addition to the wine tasting tickets, Preservationists receive complimentary access to Garden by Moonlight events as well as unlimited daytime admission to the museum for a full year, among other perks. For the full list of benefits, visit

For more information please contact Jessica Casinelli at 305-860-8417 or

The member discount will be automatically applied to your order when you sign in or register

*Complimentary tickets will only be issued on transactions for Preservationist or Conservator level members when the promo code SWIRL is entered during the sales transaction held from January 5, 2019 – April 5, 2019, and are limited to a first come first served basis. Offer not valid on any previous transactions.

Community Program: O, Miami at Vizcaya
Apr 24 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Community Program: O, Miami at Vizcaya @ Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Miami | Florida | United States

O, Miami, WLRN, and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens present an evening to celebrate poetry in South Florida and the completion of the Ode to Your Zip Code contest.

Join all the Zipode finalist for a reading and reception on the water at one of South Florida’s most striking cultural gems.

“Ode to Your Zip Code” is a South Florida-wide poetry call created by WLRN and O, Miami, a Knight Foundation-funded poetry festival, that turns the least lyrical designation of one’s home, a zip code, into an occasion for poetry.

Beginning in March 2019, WLRN and O, Miami will accept odes to South Florida zip codes in the form of the code itself: five lines, with each line containing the number of words designated by the zip numbers.

(For example, if you live in 33139, your poem would be 3 words, 3 words, 1 word, 3 words, 9 words.)
Every Friday in April, WLRN will announce the top ten poems of the week. All forty poets are invited to read their Zip Odes at Vizcaya. Submit your own here:

Additionally, to round out the evening, O, Miami and the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center will award the 2019 Marjory Stoneman Douglas Poetry Award. A brief ceremony any reading will kick off Zipodes. 

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