Miami Beach has something for everyone, and operates 25/7. Enjoy some of these other local treasures. (Links will open in a new window)
Miami City Ballet – http://www.miamicityballet.org/
The Miami City Ballet is Miami’s premier dance company and is recognized internationally as one of the world’s best.
Bass Museum – http://www.bassmuseum.org/
The Bass presents exciting contemporary exhibits and has a fine permanent collection of Old Masters and modernist works.
Wolfsonian-FIU – http://www.wolfsonian.org/
The Wolfsonian-FIU is a museum located in the heart of historic Miami Beach, whose fascinating collection of objects from the modern era (1885-1945) focuses on how art and design shape and reflect the human experience.
Jewish Museum – http://www.jewishmuseum.com/
The Jewish Museum presents its own and traveling exhibits; sponsors cultural and educational programs; houses a Collections & Research Center reflecting nearly 250 years of Florida Jewish history; and communicates Jewish history, art, culture and values to Jews and non-Jews alike in an informal mode.
Miami Beach Cinematheque – http://www.mbcinema.com/
MBC is home to the not-for-profit Miami Beach Film Society, and epicenter for Miami Beach’s blossoming film arts scene. MBC features screenings of foreign, art, and independent films, and hosts events and sidebars to all the major film festivals in the area
Miami Contemporary Dance Company – http://miamicontemporarydance.net/
Miami Contemporary Dance Company brings to the stage modern and contemporary dance of the highest level, exposing the South Florida audiences to dance influences from around the world.
Miami Beach Botanical Gardens – http://www.mbgarden.org/
This 4.5 acre botanical garden is a showcase for orchids, tropical plants and trees, a Japanese garden, and a “living wall” vertical landscape.
New World Symphony – http://www.nws.edu/
America’s only full-time orchestral academy, prepares gifted graduates of prestigious music programs for successful careers in orchestras and ensembles. NWS has launched the careers of more than 700 young musicians.