HistoryMiami September Tours

By on September 1, 2014




Enjoy a City walk through some of Miami’s distinct neighborhoods: Downtown Miami, Little Havana, or Wynwood Art District. 

Advanced reservations and payment required. Book a tour today! Call 305-375-1621; Register Online or visit

Wynwood Walk: A History of Street Art

Saturday, September 6 » 10 am – Noon

WynwoodArtLocation: Panther Coffee, 2390 NW 2nd Ave, Miami
Come with us to explore one of Miami’s trendiest and most dynamic neighborhoods, the Wynwood Art District. Learn the story of how this textile warehouse and immigrant neighborhood, formerly known as “Little San Juan,” is quickly becoming the world’s largest outdoor art gallery.  Stroll past huge murals and various street art displays, as you listen to the history of graffiti from the advent of written language to today.  Hear stories of the artists, residents and developers who made Wynwood home to over seventy galleries, five museums, and seven art complexes. Tour stops include the Wynwood tracks, Warehouse, Penits and the Wynwood Walls. Members: $20; Non-Members: $30

Walk-ups welcome. Book a tour today! Call 305-375-1621; Register Online or visit

Downtown Miami Archeology & Architecture Walk

Saturday, September 20 » 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Miami-postcardLocation: HistoryMiami, 101 West Flagler St, Miami, 33130
Walk along the confluence of the Miami River and Biscayne Bay and learn about Miami’s history, from the Tequesta people to early pioneers and modern times. View the art and architecture along the walk to the Miami Circle archaeological site. Advanced reservations and payment required. 
Members: $20; Non-Members: $30 Tour price includes complimentary admission to the museum. Walk-ups welcome. Book a tour today! Call 305-375-1621; Register Online or visit


Little Havana Cuban Cuisine & Culture Walk

Sunday, September 21 » 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Little-Havana-085Location: Los Pinarenos Fruteria, 1334 SW 8 Street, Miami
Join HistoryMiami on this fascinating tour of world’s largest and best known Cuban neighborhood outside of Cuba.  Learn how this neighborhood came to be known as “Little Havana”, and how it has since developed into a center of social, cultural, and political activity in Miami. Now home to numerous small businesses and restaurants, Little Havana is a veritable party for the senses where tour goers will sample cafe cubano and tropical fruit as they learn the secrets of the Ceiba tree.  Visitors will have the opportunity to see cigars hand-rolled, visit a botanica, and explore Domino Park all while experiencing the sights and sounds of one of Miami’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Members: $20; Non-Members: $30 Walk-ups welcome. Book a tour today! Call 305-375-1621; Register Online  or visit

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