Miami’s Most Underrated Museums

Today I am sharing the hidden gems I hold close to my heart as a self-proclaimed museum aficionado. I plan on posting an all-inclusive museum guide, but for now, here are three places you NEED to go to.

  • The Bass, a contemporary art museum in Miami Beach, which I am so excited to have discovered because of the interactive art pieces it offers. Student admission is 5 dollars, and they are having free admission on these dates: March 31, April 28, May 26, and June 30. I recommend parking at a meter when visiting The Bass. The Miami Mountain outside of The Bass reminds me so much of Seven Magic Mountains in the Nevada desert and I was awestruck when I saw it in person.
  • The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, located in Wynwood Art district. Admission is free for any Florida students. Otherwise, adult admission is 10 dollars, and there is parking! A Wynwood miracle. A highlight of this museum is the skylight installation which is a multiperspective experience. I spent thirty minutes looking for it because I could not find anyone to ask, but you have to go through a little door on the left side of the main hallway to reach this exhibit.
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, in Miami Design District. This museum has free admission for everyone, and they encourage to make a reservation for the free tickets beforehand. There is an underground parking garage that is walking distance to the museum. This museum is also close to Palm Court in MDD which is so stunning and usually has live music as well. My favorite part of ICA is the serene outdoor space behind it, and of course the vibrant colorful art.

“You are a work of art. Not everyone will understand you, but the ones who do will never forget about you.”

enjoy this outtake and happy museum hopping!


  1. Danielle
    March 17, 2019 / 7:27 pm

    Loved this article!!!!

    • Victoria Kremer
      March 21, 2019 / 8:37 pm

      Thank you!

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