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If you're looking to explore a little culture while in Miami Beach, I would recommend this museum. The overall collection reminded me of the Smithsonian in that it collects and preserve items that reflect art, architecture, industrial design and culture of the 20th century. There...More
the best activity is the bike trail, stay off the beach from 11 - 4 its too hot; go for the museums during this time; the wolfsonian is great, i did not see something like this picture above, what i saw was an art museum;...More
It was really hot so I had to drag my reluctant husband here, but he was glad I did.
The main themes are propoganda and design, both illustrated with an eclectic selection of items. There are some fabulous examples of art deco on display.
Website does not list hours. Drove an hour to go and closed on Wednesdays. Really disappointed we could not go.More
Ian R, Public Relations Manager at The Wolfsonian - Florida International University, responded to this reviewResponded 12 June 2018
Hi! We're really sorry about your experience. The website does in fact list the hours, however, both on the homepage (which auto-lists every day's open hours and flags that Wednesdays are closed) and on the Visit page: https://wolfsonian.org/visit/. Happy to waive admission if you ever...More
We were delighted to realize that our hotel provided free admission to the Wolfsonian. we walked accross and we were surprised at houw gorgeous this place is. great exhibits and programing, you would never believe how marvelous this place is. I really enjoyed the visit......More
This is a quirky museum based on a personal collection that has been well expanded. If you're a fan of early 20th-century design, it's a very pleasurable diversion from some of the noisier, flashier parts of South Beach.
This small museum has an interesting collection of diverse objects (more than 100.000), and the cool part is that the exhibits change from time to time, meaning you can visit more than once. This time we saw one exhibit on Russian posters that was very...More