Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts

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The Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts (WMODA) is a world-class museum in South Florida celebrating the fired arts of ceramics and glass. The museum features thousands of works from the world’s most renowned ceramic and glass artists. In addition to a vast collection of 19th and 20th century British pottery and porcelain from factories, such as Wedgwood, Minton and Royal Doulton, the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts displays works by contemporary ceramic artists from the UK, USA, and South Africa.

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Bass Art Museum

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Looking for a fun and educational experience within the Miami Beach area? The Bass Art Museum in Miami Beach, Florida is the ideal place for families to visit if they wish to enlighten themselves about art procured from around the world. The museum showcases artwork from various eras and periods throughout history- from Renaissance to modern art. The aim of the museum is to present contemporary art that excites, challenges, and educates its visitors. Additionally, the museum has a specific educational mission.

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Hibel Museum of Art

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Are you an art lover in search of a special South Florida art attraction? Set aside some time to take a tour of the Hibel Museum of Art which is found at 5353 Park Drive, Jupiter in Palm Beach County. It is located on the John D MacArthur Campus of Florida Atlantic University at Abacoa Town Center. Florida Atlantic University campus.

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Perez Art Museum

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Pérez Art Museum Miami, founded in 1984 as the Center for Fine Arts, was renamed Miami Art Museum in 1996. It has been dedicated to collecting and exhibiting international art of the 20th and 21st centuries. In 2013, the Museum re-opened as the PAMM (Perez Art Museum Miami) in the newly envisioned downtown Miami’s Museum Park. This 200,000 square foot eco-friendly museum on Biscayne Bay consists of beautiful displays, a café, outdoor gardens, and public areas surrounded by greenery.

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Coral Gables Museum

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The Coral Gables Museum in Miami-Dade county was opened to the public in 2011 after the management was given permission to occupy the city's historic fire and police station building. The building which houses the museum is listed among the historical buildings in the city of Coral Cables and is beautifully decorated with coral cables.The idea for the museum started in mid 1990's when a group of architects, artists and cultural insiders came together. First they rented out a room where they had their work stored.

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Young at Art Museum

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Take your budding artist on a creative odyssey through the Young At Art Museum in Davie just west of Fort Lauderdale region. The museum focuses in on helping young children discover and indulge in their creative sides. They firmly believe that creative expression is part of the well rounded education of a child. Children are enticed and encouraged to create their own masterpieces as they jouney through each of the interactive exhibits in the museum.

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Lowe Art Museum

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The Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables is part of the esteemed University of Miami campus. The Lowe is the largest collecting art museum in the South Florida region and one of only a few in the entire state with such a far-reaching collection. The Lowe contains about 5,000 years of world art in stimulating exhibits. Bring the kids over to experience what different cultures have created to express themselves all while in the cool comfort of air conditioning.  It's like a tour of the world and a walk through history right at their fingertips.

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Norton Museum of Art

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***The Museum reopened on July 5 after a five-week hiatus to re-install galleries and prep for construction. Admission is FREE for all through December 2018! Be sure to visit the reinstalled galleries to view your favorite works in a new context. ***

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Boca Museum of Art

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The Boca Museum of Art is located in the Mizner plaza in east Boca Raton, adjacent to the Mizner Amphitheater. This location was built in 2001 and houses a permanent collection, traveling exhibits, an art school, store and public meeting spaces.

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Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture

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The first floor houses two large galleries and the Angelique Tea Room, which is used for classes, receptions and other special events. The second floor, which can be accessed by two grand staircases (or an elevator) has three exhibition galleries and the children’s interactive gallery.

Exhibits rotate every three to four months and feature an eclectic mix of local, national and international fine art, crafts and pop culture.

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