(This is an ongoing presentation we will continue to edit. Open to suggestions.)
Miami is one of the most compelling contemporary art communities in the world. It’s diverse, vast, and constantly reinventing itself. There are so many venues, however, that many institutions that host contemporary exhibitions are omitted from online lists. The aim of this presentation is to create a more comprehensive listing, based on local perspective.
The one negative that stood out was the price. Seeing Miami’s art is expensive. Visiting all of Miami’s major institutions will cost approximately $150.00. By comparison city cards for the following cities are Barcelona/$70.00, Florence/$95.00, and Paris/$85.00. In Paris, that’s over 50 museums for $85.00 for 6 days.
We did not mention any private galleries in order to avoid any conflict of interest.
MIAMI NEEDS A MIAMI MUSEUM PASS
- BASS MUSEUM OF ART: $10.00
- DEERING ESTATE: $15.00
- DE LA CRUZ COLLECTION: Free
- FROST ART MUSEUM AT FIU: Free
- HISTORYMIAMI: $10.00
- ICA – INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART: Free
- LOWE ART MUSEUM AT UM: $12.50
- MARGULIES COLLECTION AT THE WAREHOUSE: $10.00
- MUSEUM OF ART & DESIGN AT MDC: $12.00
- MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART: $10.00
- PAMM – PEREZ ART MUSEUM MIAMI: $16.00
- RUBELL FAMILY COLLECTION: $10.00
- VIZCAYA MUSEUM AND GARDENS: $22.00
- WOLFSONIAN OF FIU: $12.00
MIAMI MUSEUMS TOTAL: $139.50
In addition, a visitor to Miami must pay for transportation and parking.
Paris Museum Pass: “With the PARIS MUSEUM PASS, you gain free entry, without queuing* and as many times as you wish, to over 50 museums and monuments in and around Paris.” 48€/2 days, 62€/4 days, 74€/6 days
FirenzeCard: “Firenzecard is the official museum pass of City of Florence. The card costs 85€, it is valid for 72 hours starting from the first entrance and it allows you to enter only once into all the museums of the Circuit, to visit permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, accessing through the priority entrances and without making any reservation, except for the Grande Museo del Duomo Complex.” 85€/72 hours
Barcelona Card: “The Barcelona Card is the official tourist pass of Barcelona. It looks like a credit card, is incredibly easy to purchase and helps travelers save time and money during their holiday. The Barcelona Card is a 3-in-1 transport card, museum pass and discount card. Holders of the Barcelona Card enjoy unlimited free travel by public transport, free entry to Barcelona´s best museums, 70+ deals and discounts on visits, tours, entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife.” €46,00/72 hours, €56,00/96 hours, €61,00/120 hours
(All above prices for adults are from March 2019)
EDITORS AND LAST UPDATE Stephanie Sepúlveda &John William Bailly 19 March 2019
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