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Culture

Miami fun is not made of only beach and parties. A trip through the city's culture can start right at the airport and end in venues which have hosted many famous names. The cultural agenda is lived at the rhythm of Miami: unstoppable.

Before rushing to the hotel, take some time to walk in the Miami airport (www.miami-airport.com) and look at the photos, paintings and sculptures places along the corridors. Temporary and permanent exhibitions make this place a good starting point for a cultural adventure from Coconut Grove to Little Havana, going through Wynwood and Coral Gables. Art galleries are all over the place and museums present a wide range of options. Spaces like the Museum of Contemporary Art (www.mocanomi.org) or the Lowe (www6.miami.edu/lowe) will please art lovers, while the Science Museum (www.miamisci.org) is crucial for adults and children interested in science matters. Among the most curious attractions, are the American Police Hall of Fame (www.aphf.org) and the Children Museum (www.miamichildrensmuseum.org). The city is known for its venues: there are over 30 stages where you can see plays, concerts, stand up comedy and ballet. Jackie Gleason Theater, Actor’s Playhouse (www.actorsplayhouse.org) and Coconut Grove Playhouse are the three most famous ones. The Miami City Ballet (www.miamicityballet.org) is a reference for ballet, but the city regularly hosts contemporary dance shows, flamenco or Latin dances. As well as cinema screening rooms, festivals like the Miami International Film Festival (www.miamifilmfestival.com) and the American Black Film Festival (www.abff.com) make Miami a paradise for cinema lovers.

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