This area is so cool, and has the uniqueness of the past that has been restored. The boutique hotel is well decorated, with a busy restaurant, live music and a terrace, where you have plenty of drinks to relax and watch people and foreign vehicles walk by. Weekends are busier than usual, live entertainment is everywhere, and all types of music can be enjoyed. The trip is very helpful and highly recommended. not bad!
Located in the Art Deco District on the South Beach of Miami, a variety of brightly colored buildings with different architectural styles are particularly moving under the sun and beach. The buildings are scattered on several streets and can be browsed freely. For the Art Deco Memorial Museum, you have to buy tickets, which doesn't make much sense. There is also a big time clock next to it, leaving a beautiful moment for the trip to Miami.
Of course, the best way to see the buildings (especially those next to Lummus Park) is to see them early in the morning, preferably after sunrise, when there are not many drunk people on the street or in the restaurant. At night...Many buildings are flooded with colorful lights, adding more depth to the impressive and beautiful buildings. The only challenge in the evening is that you need to use your great imagination to think about all the experiences outside of party life.
The Art Deco Historic District in Miami is more of a cultural fusion, which naturally forms a unique art carrier in Miami. More than 1,200 buildings from the 1930s are not only for viewing, but also for serving people. Walking in them can give you a good taste of the city's humanities, not just a pilgrimage. The Art Deco Historic District is located on Ocean Dr and Collins Ave. The best way is to hike. If time is limited, you can directly choose the elite route about 2 miles to play.
Route reference: Art Deco Welcome Center-Leslie-Carlyle Carlyle-Cardozo Hotel-Winter Haven Hotel Winter Haven Hotel-US Post Office-11th St Diner-Wolfe Sonil Museum Wolfsonian-FIU-Hotel Astor-original Tiffany Hotel-Colony Hotel-Edison Hotel built in 1935
Art Deco Welcome Center
Address: 1001 Ocean Dr, South Beach
The Art Deco District is an area on this side of South Beach. Here is a group of decorative and architectural arts. The important thing to come here is to look at the various hotels and bars. Many are quite distinctive. If you feel that you are not very clue about your trip, you can go to the Art Deco Welcome Center (Art Deco Welcome Center) at the junction of Ocean Dr and 10 ST to see if there is a guided walking tour. We started at 10am. The guides and explanations all the way are quite in place, which is more rewarding than walking around by yourself.
Really great to see beautiful architecture and people watching. Great for walking and many restaurants and cafes you can sit in and have a nice treat and drink.
The largest collection of Aer Deco buildings in the United States. It is beautiful and offers a great opportunity to walk around or take photos.
Loved walking on the street and admiring the buildings. Once COVID is over, I plan to come back and take a tour with someone who can share the history.
Took a walk on the beach then up and down Ocean drive! Lots of people out and about on a Sunday afternoon. Lots of places for a meal and a drink. Cool place to take some pictures. There is a parki...
This area is so interesting. The buildings were amazing. If you like a tour they are limited on space and time
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