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Miami: Cruise to Millionaire's Homes and Hop on-Hop Off Bus

1. Miami: Cruise to Millionaire's Homes and Hop on-Hop Off Bus

Board the boat from the heart of Downtown Miami. Sit back and relax in luxury on a bi-level boat with open windows and a shaded deck. From downtown, you will set sail towards Star Island, where many celebrities live in their impressive mansions. Catch a glimpse of Al Capone’s house as you cruise along Biscayne Bay, then on to Hibiscus Island, Palm Island, Sunset Island, and Fischer Island. See the famous Venetian Islands and discover more mansions of the rich and famous along the way. After your 90 minute cruise in Biscayne Bay, jump on to a Double Decker Bus and Hop on-Hop off all day. See all the best sites in Miami from Little Havana to South Beach on Ocean Dr and Lincoln Road, Wynwood Walls, the Art Deco District, Brickell, and much more. The Double Decker bus departs every hour from Bayside Marketplace starting at 10 a.m., with the last departure at 4 p.m.

Miami: Museum of Graffiti Admission

2. Miami: Museum of Graffiti Admission

The Museum of Graffiti was formed to preserve graffiti's history and celebrate its emergence in design, fashion, advertising, and galleries. The museum experience includes an indoor exhibition space, twelve exterior murals, a fine art gallery, and a world-class gift shop stocked with limited-edition merchandise, and exclusive items from the world's most talented graffiti artists. Visit Miami's Museum of Graffiti and learn about graffiti in the United States. Take a chronological journey that explains the humble origins of the graffiti art movement and how it went on to infiltrate American culture. See artwork done by hundreds of artists including Kaws, Futura 2000, Dondi White, Phase 2, and Rammellzee. The museum is located in the heart of the vibrant Wynwood neighborhood which is covered in sprawling murals by artists from around the world. Artist lead tours are available, or guests may take a self-guided tour instead. Guides are available throughout the exhibition, ready to provide context and additional information.

Miami: Wynwood Graffiti Experience

3. Miami: Wynwood Graffiti Experience

When you arrive for this graffiti experience, an easel and art paper will be set up for you along with a table full of spray paint in a variety of colors. First, you will be taken through a step-by-step lesson with a facilitator on how to use spray paint. You’ll start with the basics: how to hold, angle, and handle the spray can, how to manipulate the pressure and length of the spray to create paint dots and lines of different sizes and widths, and how to write letters. Moving on to more complex skills, you’ll learn how to make a drop shadow, backgrounds and patterns, and a color gradient. After going through the skills of the lesson, you will have time to experiment and create an art piece of your own. The facilitator will be there to give guidance and tips, and to answer questions while working alongside you. Masks and gloves are on hand for personal protection. Although issues with ruining clothes are rare, it is best to wear something comfortable that you won’t mind getting a few paint dots on.

Miami: Wynwood Food and Art Tour

4. Miami: Wynwood Food and Art Tour

See the Wynwood Walls and the Art District of Miami while discovering murals created by some of the most prominent artists in street art. Enjoy this 2.5-hour guided tour, experiencing local art and food, just like a Miami native. Tour Wynwood, known as one of the largest open-air art museums, globally representing the street art movement in Miami. Begin by visiting the iconic Wynwood Walls to learn about and admire the work of well-known street artists. Visit the Peter Tunney Gallery, and learn about the different styles of graffiti art. Be led through this fascinating neighborhood, as your guide explains the history behind its creation. Along the way, stop off for food and drinks at four local restaurants. Sample a reinterpretation of Jamaican food. Have a bite of a French crêpe made from a recipe passed down through generations. Try Spanish comfort food, and more. Each tasting is an homage to the cultural diversity of this city.

Miami: Wynwood Walking Tour

5. Miami: Wynwood Walking Tour

Take a guided walking tour of Wynwood, a formerly troubled neighborhood that has been transformed into an open-air museum where all creativity can be expressed without restriction in street art. Hear about the various forms of street art in Wynwood with your local guide. Discover the area's ultra-trendy galleries, bars, and fashionable restaurants and soak up the unique ambiance of the area. Visit Wynwood Walls Museum, the symbolic open-air museum that has brought together over 50 artists representing 16 countries since its creation in 2009. There, marvel at the art covering over 8,000 square meters (86,000 square feet) of walls. Enjoy time to appreciate "Wynwood Outside the Walls," too, as you walk around and see all the murals painted or drawn on the buildings and shops in the area. Finally, find out about the best street art galleries in the neighborhood.

Miami: Wynwood Arts District Walking Tour

6. Miami: Wynwood Arts District Walking Tour

Explore the 2 seemingly incompatible worlds of Miami's Wynwood Arts District on a guided walking tour. See modern graffiti and street art that resulted from the area's urban blight, and pass galleries housing the fine art of high society in just a few blocks. Rising above its history of race riots and gang violence, Wynwood has welcomed artists from Miami and around the world. The area is an astonishing incubator of diversity and art, and your walking tour will take you through the streets that make this community so special. Pass galleries, such as Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art, where work by acclaimed artists such as Andy Warhol, and contemporary street artists like Shepard Fairey can be seen. See many of the street murals, including works by David Walker and Interesni Kazki. Learn about the artists behind these cultural masterpieces and their individual techniques. Chat with your guide about the changes in the area, from the metamorphosis of individual walls to the transformation of buildings and businesses. Hear about the development of the area from its riot-scarred recent past to present-day gentrification. Ask questions about any and everything discussed, and get recommendations for further exploration, or on where to eat and drink in the area. Get a new appreciation of the Wynwood Arts District and its vibrant cultural scene.

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What people are saying about Wynwood Arts District

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 210 reviews

We had such a lovely day! Our tour guide knew so much about arts and culinary history in Wynwood. Everyone in the group got along and we laughed so much. (The your guide also helped me get vegan options in most spots!) The food from the vendors was very tasty and everything came with a story on the side. This was incredible!

Party atmosphere on the boat but quieter downstairs which is where we sat. Really great to see waterfront mansions. "The Pirate" was a fantastic guide. Bus tour a necessity for a history of Miami but very breezy on top so secure hats.

Took a ride with a golf caryt. Instructor was great and very helpfull. The our itself is amazing.

Very fun activity to do with friends or family! Experienced graffiti artists and funny too!

It was amazing to see all of the art and so informative.