The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens - Reviews from across the web
History maven was bored here - user review
I visited on an afternoon in June and there were no tours being given. So, we wandered around the house looking at it by ourselves. I have to say, I'm confused why the other writers ...
very interesting - user review
We were in Miami visiting family, and decided to check out Vizcaya. I considered this a bit risky, as we had 3 kids (4-8) with us, but it worked out great. The house itself is fasci...
No photos or videos allowed! - user review
This museum looked interesting to me, so I went to their website, and noticed an out of the way section on professional photography. There I found out that what they don't tell you on the g...
A lovely quiet place to spend some time. - user review
I visited Vizcaya during a Cruise stop and found it lovely. Although the house may be a bit too showy for some, personally I enjoyed the Victorian opulance of the decor. Each room of the ...
Enjoyed the tour - user review
We enjoyed the tour which is included in the admission price. Otherwise you might miss the hidden door!You can still wander around on your own and see the upstairs.We took a break f...
Loved it and would go back again... - user review
We very much enjoyed our morning at Vizcaya. We went on a quiet day with party cloudy weather. Miami is very warm and it worked out well going in the morning before the intense heat ca...
Pleasant and Entertaining - user review
I loved this house, the main reason though was that this was the same house as used in Bad Boys II, one of my favo...
The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Museum/Attraction Review | Miami | Frommers.com - expert review
Sometimes referred to as the Hearst Castle of the East, this magnificent villa is more Gatsby-esque than anything else youll find in Miami. It was built in 1916 as a winter retreat for James Deering, co-founder and former vice president of International ...
Miami Attraction - user review
Great attraction. We just returned from an extended weekend trip of Miami. Vizcaya offers tours conducted by volunteers who are very knowledgeable of this ...
Not Versailles!!! - user review
In the guidebook this historic estate was billed as a must see attraction. I think that says more about Miami's lack of decent attractions than anything else! Unlike a previous reviewer...
Miami-Dade County - Vizcaya
Vizcaya is a National Historic Landmark; we're also a museum owned by Miami-Dade County and accredited by the American Association of Museums. Vizcaya is open to the public 364 days each year, and we invite you to visit this serene and stunningly beautiful re...
The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens - Reviews and Ratings of Sights in Miami - New York Times Travel
Sometimes referred to as the Hearst Castle of the East, this magnificent villa is more Gatsby-esque than anything else you'll find in Miami. It was built in 1916 as a winter retreat for James Deering, co-founder and former vice president of International Harvester. The industrialist was fascinated b...
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens - Vizcaya Miami
Vizcaya is considered one of the biggest must-see attractions for visitors to Miami. It was built as a winter vacation home by industrialist James Deering in 1916. The main house gives you a peek into the lives of the super-wealthy during the 1920's, and the gardens are among the most grand and beau...
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens - Miami Travel Guide - VirtualTourist.com
Vizcaya was the site of the 1994 Summit of the Americas and has been visited by scores of dignitaries including Pope John Paul II, Queen Elizabeth and American presidents Ronald Reag...
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Moonlight Tour - Citysearch
Wander through Vizcaya's breathtaking gardens along Biscayne Bay under the light of the full moon. Volunteer Guides will be on hand starting at 6:30 p.m. to answer questions and lead tours in the grdens. Enjoy an informal concert of classical music by the Encore Chamber Players in the Courtyard of t...
Vizcaya Museum – Complete Vizcaya Museum & Gardens Visitors Garden
A National Historic Landmark overlooking Biscayne Bay, the Vizcaya Museum is among the best-known historic sites in Miami. Originally the winter home of industrialist James Deering, the Miami Vizcaya Museum was designed to resemble a centuries-old Italian estate. Since its completion in 1916, the It...