The months will be brimming with the culture and diversity of the city, offering an art-filled adventure
Miami Arts, Culture, and Heritage Months are back, thanks to The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Starting from December 1st and lasting until January 31st, tourists and locals alike can enjoy gallery exhibits, museum tours, live music, theater performances, and more.
Many special discounts, BOGO deals, and other savings make the celebration accessible for all.
The culturally-rich experience comes to Miami
The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau has brought back culturally rich, diverse celebrations to the city in the form of Miami Arts, Culture & Heritage Months. Set to give locals and tourists an immersive experience, the event will showcase the city’s arts and culture scene.
Miami Arts, Culture & Heritage Months aim to make art and culture more accessible to the local public. People can take in this experience to learn how different traditions and cultures have etched their mark on the city.
The event allows visitors to explore Miami Beach theater, Wynwood arts district, Opa-Locka history, Perez Arts Museum, and more.
According to the President and CEO of GMCVB, David Whitaker, this two-month-long program is set to explore Greater Miami and Miami beach for their rich cultural heritage. It’s a chance for locals and visitors to become a part of the celebration that pays homage to all cultures and art scenes of Miami.
Highlights of Miami Arts, Culture & Heritage Months
Here are some highlights of the arts and culture scene:
- A chance to explore world-class art museums, like Perez Art Museum, The Museum of Graffiti, and SuperBlue, at special discounts.
- A glimpse into history. Visitors can check out the City of Miami Black Police Precinct, Courthouse Museum, and The Gold Coast Railroad Museum.
- Catch immersive, culturally-rich performances like George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker® and Miami New Drama’s Anna in the Tropics.
- Become a part of the eighth annual Art of Black Miami, which celebrates the Black diaspora in the city by showcasing local, natural, and international visual arts.
Those interested in taking part in the celebrations can visit MiamiTemptations.com.
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