The buildings in the city center mainly display the Indian culture of some ethnic minorities in prehistoric times and the Spanish style of colonial times. Compared to other places, Florida, close to the Caribbean, has a long history and rich changes. However, the quality and display of the exhibitions here are too random, and the system is still a bit weak. Maybe this is the unique attitude of this coastal city
The history of the Indians, the way of life of the local Turks in the United States and the culture changed after the Spanish invasion are displayed in the history museum.
I have visited several times, the exhibit on the miami circle is so rich with paleo-florida artifacts and information. I very enjoyable way to wander through South Florida history.
Such a secret spot to locals and so cool!
Yes, Miami has a history. After all, Florida was the first part of the U.S. to be settled. History Miami is an engaging museum with rotating special exhibits and an interesting permanent collection. It also sponsors GREAT walking tours. Try to take one with Paul George, everybody's favorite Florida history maven.
There is an exhibition hall where exhibits can be replaced in turn. We saw two precious fossil skeletons of huge prehistoric animals.
Florida's history is different from other places in the United States due to Spanish invasion, and its cultural customs are mixed with Spanish imprints!
Preston_Dominguez: 101 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130-1535
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bayfront Park,Jungle Island,Port of Miami,Perez Art Museum Miami,Freedom Tower