The Miami Design District is one of the most spectacular things that you must have on your to-do list, while staying in Miami. With that mind, Miami Design Agenda takes you on and explain why you should take a Miami Design District Art Walk.
There’s a lot to see, a lot to admire, and to take in, so obviously that the Miami Design District Art Walk is definitely the best way for you to get to know it all. Fortunately, there are free art tours that guide all visitors through all the amazing elements that are around that district.
Every free art tour begins in the front of Fly’s Eye Dome on the first floor of Palm Court, and from the point on, you’ll get someone that can really show you all the unbelievable art and design, for you to gaze and breathe.
It’s Margery Gordon, an art critic, journalist and educator, the responsible guide to take the visitors, during two tours a month, to a few of selected public artworks and architectural hotspots, through some strategic routes.
It is always expected to engage with visitors from every age spectrum and different cultures and backgrounds. Everyone is welcome to explore all the art that is spread throughout the district.
On those free art tours, there’s the opportunity to check outrageous and dreamy stores, out-of-the-box and magnificent installations, and a lot more, that you get to discover along the tour.
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