Vizcaya was created as James Deering’s subtropical winter home in the 1910s and today it is a National Historic Landmark and accredited museum. We invite you to learn about Vizcaya’s fascinating history and the individuals responsible for the unusual estate’s origins, evolution and ongoing management.

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Micaela Solorzano 19/11/2017
I loved this place so much! My husband finally convinced me to take the drive down there and I'm so glad I did. My teenage boys enjoyed it too. Very family friendly.
Elizabeth Vincent 16/11/2017
This place took our breath away. We visited in November and the weather right off the water was perfect. Admission is $18/person and well worth it. You could spend all day here touring the house and grounds. Stay and grab lunch and look out at the water. The house contained so much history and elegance for being over 100 years old. They have everything beautifully displayed and carefully protected from light and humidity. The gardens are equally impressive and quite massive. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. This would also be a great place to take wedding, engagement, or senior pictures. So picturesque and right on the water!
Department Coffee 13/11/2017
I love Vizcaya. It is always so beautful. The artwork is incredible as is the entire estate. I always recommend Vizcaya to visiting family and friends. Its a must see, if you are in Miami for a few days - absolutely worth the visit. Oh, and the Deering story is interesting too!
Petr Kališ 28/10/2017
Loved the place. It seems like a bad idea, all these bought pieces putting together, all these styles, but somehow it worked for me. Just the gardens seemed a bit roughed after hurricane. Would love to see fixed pool.
Helen Weng 11/10/2017
pretty but I think it was hit hard by hurricane irma. we didn't see too many orchids, and a lot of the gardens looked dilapidated or smelled like fresh manure due to replanting. we saw some awesome iguanas though!
Monday

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Tuesday

Closed

Wednesday

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Thursday

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Friday

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Saturday

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Sunday

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day