Miami Travel - Vizcaya Manor
Come to Miami In addition to the Hemingway House, the Vizkaya Manor is also a must see.
This is the home of the industrial giant James Deering.
There are still such Renaissance buildings in the United States and are fully preserved.
! must! open! car!
This is a self-driving attraction, navigation Vizcaya on the line
20 knife one person, after 4 pm can not enter the park, go to
beat card points
manor each room is The fence is enclosed, but the public area is very exciting.
must be shot, although there are many people, but there is always a gap.
Backyard round pavilion----
can take a symmetrical silhouette
Southeast Asian style stone wall, very nice
Just looking for a corner is very beautiful
in short, this is a place worth visiting and taking pictures.
Okay, live your journey happily.
Miami's best photo-taking attraction, The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, is Miami's only publicly owned national historic landmark and is recognized as the most important of the Gilded Age in the United States. One of the cultural heritage. Located in the heart of Miami, the museum is one of Miami's most popular tourist attractions with its peaceful and peaceful culture and breathtaking natural beauty. More than 70 rooms are filled with centuries-old art, and the splendid orthodox gardens of the Florence terrace are built on more than 30 acres of land. Around the building, a fine Italian-style garden was built by the water's edge, planting many trees and flowers from the local and other places. Super beautiful garden, can not take pictures inside the villa.
Visit Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the villa that Queen Elizabeth and Pope John Paul II have visited in the past. You can spend hours exploring the 10 acres that the villa sits on. Take walks through the gardens, spend some time at the waterfalls and fountains, and take pictures at the reflecting pools. You can walk between the stone balustrades that hold decorative urns filled with flowers from the region. After looking around the grounds, you can then spend time exploring the 34 rooms that are designed in a Renaissance style.