Art Deco District is an area on this side of South Beach. Here is a group of decorative and architectural arts. It's important to come here and see hotels and bars. Many of them are quite distinctive. If you don't think you have a good idea, you can go to the Art Deco Welcome Center at the junction of Ocean Dr and 10ST to see if there is a guided walking commentary group. We started at 10am. All the way, the guide's commentary is in place, which is much more rewarding than his own random walk.
There's an ART DECO Center near 10th Street on South Beach. It's a decoration museum that shows Miami's history, current situation and artistic originality. There's a paid Miami architectural decoration tour and a tour guide. There is an ART DECO center on Ocean Avenue, which is easy to find. Near 10th Street, Ocean Avenue, Nansha Beach, a two-or three-storey building is elegant in color and simple in shape. It looks like postcards. Nowadays, most of these buildings are hotels, apartments, and downstairs are storefronts with small restaurants or shops. It is called the Art Decoration Area, or ART DECO for short. Some of these buildings have a long history, but more importantly, the designers have poured creative and artistic inspiration into them. Miami's annual International Decoration Festival is well-known. It is said that there are old cars on display, which is another bright spot in Miami.
Of course, the best way to see buildings (especially those near Lummus Park) is to see them early in the morning, preferably after sunrise, when there are not many drunken people in the street or restaurant. In the evening... Many buildings are flooded with colorful lights, which adds more depth to impressive and beautiful buildings. The only challenge at night is that you need to use your great imagination to think about the experiences of all parties outside of life.
Art Deco Historic District in Miami is more about cultural integration, which naturally forms a unique art carrier in Miami. More than 1,200 buildings in the 1930s are not only ornamental, but also have the attribute of serving people. Walking in them, we can appreciate the humanistic style of the city, rather than blindly pilgrimage. The Decorative Art Historic Area is located in Ocean Dr and Collins Ave. The best way is to go on foot. If time is limited, you can choose the best route of about 2 miles directly. Route Reference: Decorative Art Welcome Center - Leslie - Carlyle - Cardozo Hotel - Winter Haven Hotel - Winter Haven Hotel - US Post Office - 11th St Diner - Wolfsonian - FIU - Hotel Astor - former Tiffany Hotel - Colony Hotel - Edison completed in 1935 Hotel Visitor Center Art Deco Welcome Center address: 1001 Ocean Dr, South Beach