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The District

The brainchild of the Miami District Foundation, Craig Robing in a partnership with Darca and L Catterton Real Estate, LVMH and Groupe Arnault, has refined a rare community in Miami where creativity has been nurtured and flourishes to all members of the public. This creative neighborhood is home to over 150 art galleries, showrooms, dining establishments, bars, art architecture, and antique dealers. It also has high end fashion stores such as Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Prada, Fendi, Dior and Balenciaga for customers who love branded items. The Miami District also has boutiques and home décor stores that offer a wide variety of looks that accommodates the needs of different shoppers’.This article gives a list of the best places to visit in Miami.

Aubi and Ramsa.

This is an ice cream parlor that sells sweets and ice cream infused with booze. Different ice cream flavors have a hint of scotch, rum or tequila. The flavor pairings are really good. However, one must be 21 or older to be able to partake the delicious ice cream flavors.

The Moore Building.

This historic shop was built in 1921 and serves as a beautiful furniture showroom space for Moore and Sons. Located at the heart of Miami Design District, this rare building features a central atrium with four arcaded passages. The Moore building is one of the most famous venues in the district. It is also known to host numerous events.


This nightclub and a serene hang out spot in the district offers perfect lighting and beautiful music to those looking to stop by. This nightclub hosts many parties with different disk jockeys as well as hospitable customer service. Its trendy aura makes it a fun place to hang out and host special events.

Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA).

This is one of the recently opened magnificent cultural centers that exhibit various magnificent contemporary art ranging from paintings to sculptures. Arts not only from famous artists but also underrated and daring artists are showcased in this sparkling new museum.  Entry is free and this encourages a lot of art enthusiasts to check it out.

De la Cruz Collection.

The contemporary art space offers work from the personal collection of Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz. This space has been available for viewing for the past 15 years. International contemporary art such as the Dali was one of the exhibitions in 2018. One of their rooms

offers a pace for various artists to display their works.  It also hosts summer workshops and lectures. This art space should be on your bucket list for places to visit in the Design District.

Design District Art Walk.

Located north of the Wynwood Gallery District, on the 40th street. The Design District Art Walk takes place on the 2nd Saturday of every month. This open-air-street-art space showcases a variety of art displays to people of all ages from different walks of life. The view is surreal, spectacular and a must-see place.

Haitian Heritage Museum.

This museum was inspired by the need to preserve Haitian culture and heritage. People within the Haiti community can converge and indulge in the Haitian history, literary works, art, music and films. This is an excellent place for students and teachers to absorb knowledge about the Haiti community.

The Miami Design District also has tour stops by eateries such as Estefan Kitchen, Abaco Wines, La Pollita, Buena Vista Chocolate &Wine and MadLab Creamery, which offers exotic meals and drinks for the food enthusiasts. The DBC Fitness, a sports and fitness center for those in search of a workout. Not to forget the MISO Concerts in Palm Court, an outdoor setting that offer free live music and orchestras. If you are looking for a place to stop by during the weekends or holidays, the Miami Design District is the best place for you, your family and friends.

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