Cultural and Historical Sites

Delray Beach Historical Society


The Delray Beach Historical Society museum and gardens is located at the corner of Swinton Ave and NE 1st Street just one block north of bustling Atlantic Avenue.

The Delray Beach Historical Society was established in 1964 and consists of a cluster of old Florida cottages on a lush campus.

Call ahead to check for hours or to schedule a docent lead tour. School groups, homeschoolers and visitors of all ages can learn the fascinating history of this South Florida town.

Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts


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.

Ah Tah Thi Ki Museum


The Seminole story is a must-see for Florida visitors/residents and our Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is well worth the drive out to the naturally beautiful Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation

Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Coral Castle


A haunting park of stones is built under mysterious circumstances by an eccentric recluse. What could be more inviting than that? Not much, according to some who have visited the Coral Castle located just north of Homestead, FL in Miami-Dade County. Called the "American Stonehenge" by some, the park features huge stones weighing an average of 14 tons which have been stacked, placed and carved into many forms. It is an engineering marvel built by one person working alone.

Bass Art Museum


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.

Charles Deering Estate at Cutler


There is so much to do at Deering Estate for everyone, from butterfly walks to guided canoe tours, to exploring the history of the area in buildings and fossils, to enjoying some of the special concerts and festivals that take place there. Take a step into the Miami past for a truly remarkable experience.

Miami Children's Theater


Miami Children's Theater is one of the premiere youth theaters in the nation. Since it's debut in 1996, Miami Children's Theater's goal has been to introduce children and young adults to the love and happiness that can be found in the performing arts. Miami Children's Theater holds open auditions and offers various opportunities to children and youth of all ages at an affordable price.

History Miami Museum


 History Miami is a museum located in Miami Florida and is the premier cultural institution that represents the rich culture of Miami. The museum illustrates the rich history of Miami through exhibitions, publications, collections, research, city tours and education. In 2011, the museum joined the Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program (SIAP) which allows the museum to share collections, resource programs and offer scholarships to South Florida residents. 

Country Club of Miami


Located in the small town of Hialeah in Miami-Dade County, Country Club of Miami is comprised of 2 golf courses which are beautifully manicured, 36 championship holes and lush green fairways. The club was designed by Robert Trent Jones and was founded in 1961. Arnold Palmer was the first professional golfer in this club. Comedian-actor Jackie Gleason was the most illustrious member and resident of Country Club and he played host to a number of celebrity golfers like Bob Hope & Bing Crosby.

Wynwood Walls


Wynwood Walls in Miami, Florida is a unique experience which brings art to the warehouse district. The project was brought to life in 2009 by Tony Goldman of Goldman Properties. The idea was to bring the greatest street art to one place and increase the pedestrian traffic in the area. This company is known around the South Florida area for finding and renovating properties with declining value. The Wynwood Walls appeal to art fans whether they’re from the local area, or tourists from all over.