Our Miami trip dovetailed in to a trip to Newport.. the houses up there are amazing and vizkaya is a worthy peer! I've loved and worked in Miami for decades and never visited... You Must See This
About Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
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The house is in great condition and there's a lot of interesting and beautiful stuff to see in it. You will not get bored a second.
Appeasing environment, the dockyard and the gardens are magnificent. The house/ museum show the taste of an opulent family but still pleasant. The food diversity at the "cafe&shop" is interesting , I ate a lobster and biscuit soup, It was great... it is definitely a...More
Nice place to visit!....Must to consider it! Really nice place to visit, well maintained, nice views and garden. The history behind the Vizcaya is very interesting. The place exceeded my expectations.
The Vizcaya is the best representation of how the extremely wealthy lived in Miami before it became the must stop destination it has become today. The Mediterranean building and grounds especially the back facing the water compares favorably with the great mansions of Newport RI....More
You could easily drive past Vizcaya and never really know it was there. Hidden behind the trees along S Miami Ave is a real amazing home to see. My family and I visited after a cruise when we stayed in Miami for a few extra...More
I spent 3 hours here through a hop-off stop on the Big Bus Tours, and could have stayed longer. I explored the entire grounds and home. Don't try to rush! It's worth slowing down to enjoy all the details. Get the audio self-guided tour; it...More
House and gardens are astonishing. All the precious interior decoration were imported from Europe, mainly from France and Italy. The gardens are inspirited by the seventeen- eighteen-century French gardens. James Deering did not build a villa reflecting his time but an European old times style.