Museums in Miami offer many ways to learn incredibly interesting things about history, art, culture, and nature. It´s a crazy world we live in, one that has been shaped by countless civilizations, war, art, and creativity; and where enormous creatures roamed the Earth through its ever-changing habitats. Check out some of these museums in the Miami that are waiting for you to stop by and take a look inside.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

The best way to take in curious scientific facts about the universe and its inhabitants is by visiting the Frost Museum of Science. Located at the Museum Park in Downtown Miami, Frost´s gallery is separated into four different buildings featuring an aquarium, a planetarium, and two other wings dedicated to birds, space travel, and other interactive exhibits. Admission tickets are $29 for adults, $20 for kids ages three to 11, and $85 for a year-long membership.

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Coral Gables Museum

The Coral Gables Museum allows visitors to explore different exhibits related to the civic arts and the historic landscaping of the city. Rotating galleries pay tribute to different artists who have contributed to the cultural diversity Miami has to offer. The museum´s educational program also allows children and students to take part in professional workshops, school visits, and camps throughout the year.

Pérez Art Museum Miami

The iconic Pérez Art Museum is another popular stop for tourists and locals alike. The museum is also celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2019 as it continues to indulge visitors with mesmerizing artistic creations.

The PAMM is located in Museum Park and specializes in modern and contemporary art. Its galleries feature some of the most renowned international artists in the industry while also focusing on highlighting Miami´s vibrant and diverse community.

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The Bass

The Bass is Miami Beach's famous contemporary art museum. It usually showcases promising and established artists from around the world who reflect the neighborhood´s unique atmosphere. It has also started to expand its range of contemporary art by including other cultural expressions such as design, fashion, and architecture.

HistoryMiami Museum

The museum tells the story of this colorful city so visitors can better understand how it ended up being the cultural hub it is today. Through its galleries and exhibits, HistoryMiami explains how these neighborhoods were shaped as well as individuals and communities that have made a mark in the country. It's the largest history museum in the state of Florida, and, as of 2011, it´s also become a member of the Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program.

Wynwood Walls

The lively streets of Wynwood have become internationally celebrated thanks to its positive representation of graffiti and street art. It´s an outdoor museum for art lovers as they're able to traverse through the neighborhood´s upbeat bars and restaurants while appreciating some of the city´s best works of art. It also brings together a wide variety of art styles and encourages tourists to keep exploring this unforgettable spot in Miami.

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If you're in the mood to learn and explore, head to one of these museums in Miami.

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