The Miami Street Photography Festival is an international photography festival, showcasing the best of contemporary Street Photography viewed through the eyes of emerging photographers in this genre. The goal of the Festival is to establish a global platform for learning through exhibitions, workshops, lectures and other events. A panel of internationally accomplished street photographers will […]
Register now for our Opening Event on October 26! Click here. South Beach, 1974-1990: Photographs of a Jewish Community explores South Beach the way it was. During the 1970s and 1980s, highlighted photographers Gay Block, Gary Monroe, Richard Nagler, David Scheinbaum, and Andy Sweet each undertook long-term documentation projects of South Beach, before the neighborhood […]
This gallery tells the story of over 100 years of a pioneering Miami Beach family whose influence is still prominent throughout the city of Miami. the Whitman family’s accomplishments range from innovations in the fields of marine recreation and horticulture to commercial real estate ventures such as “The Whitman” Art Deco hotel in 1935 and […]
Learn about our cultural diversity and the traditions that connect us to our past, express who we are, and give our region its unique character. The Folklife Gallery features artifacts from the museum’s collection and serves as a space for performances, demonstrations, and other cultural programs. The Folklife Gallery is made possible by generous contributions […]
History & Ourselves is an interactive exhibition featuring artifacts and archival items from the museum’s collections. Highlighted objects include the floor panels featuring the Miami heat logo from the Miami Arena, William Brickell’s tombstone, a Seminole dugout canoe, and objects saluting the 100th anniversary of Miami Beach.
HistoryMiami Museum and Miami International Airport’s Division of Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs are excited to announce the creation of the Hall of Aviation. Envisioned as an ongoing partnership, the Hall of Aviation will feature exhibitions that explore various aspects of Miami’s long-standing fascination with flight. The inaugural exhibition – A Century of Flight: The […]
Sponsored by On August 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew made landfall in South Florida and devastated our community. At the time, “The Big One,” as the storm came to be known, was the most destructive hurricane in U.S. history. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the storm, and HistoryMiami Museum is recognizing this seminal […]
Tropical Dreams explores South Florida history from prehistoric times to the present day. Topics explored include First Arrivals, International Rivalry, Southward Expansion, New People – New Technology, and Gateway of the Americas. The history of South Florida is the story of humans in a unique environment. It began more than 10,000 years ago with the […]