Not to be confused with Freedom Tower (NYC)
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Vacation Rentals By Gvaldi | Feb 7, 2018
Is currently used as a contemporary art museum and a central office to different disciplines in the arts associated with Miami Dade College.
Fred Poey | Jan 18, 2018
It is currently under renovations, but it will soon open with a brand new museum and totally renovated gallery!!
Martin Angus | Jul 10, 2017
An interesting building of great historical significance... but there are limited areas accessible to the public. A little more information would be welcome, presented in a more interactive and engaging manner would be welcome.
Chetan Swamy | Jun 26, 2017
It was under maintenance and closed when we went there. So couldn't really explore it. But its beautiful from outside at least.
Burak Özdemir | May 30, 2017
This place is really cool📷 It was my first time in Miami. When you saw this tower you are feeling that this tower has something special.
Matt H | Apr 14, 2018
This is a great stop for an hour if you're downtown. The exhibits change but you can feel the history just walking in the doors. The museum just went through an overhaul and the new exhibit is worth checking out.
Tamara Kislak | May 31, 2018
Beautiful building. Great new Kislak collection.
Ramona Melo | May 28, 2018
Interesting event @ Miami Dade College Freedom Tower!
Hope Reynolds | Jul 2, 2018
Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College, 600 Biscayne Boulevard is a historical building that for most represents the location where Cubans, upon arrival during the early years of the exodus from Cuba, found a welcoming spot as they integrated into the fabric of South Florida. For me, it is so much more. As a young adult who traveled alone from Cuba, coming to the USA through a third country, Mexico in my particular case, the Freedom Tower represented the place I visited for the first 6 months in Miami on a weekly basis. Doctors / Dentists would see us for free to help out during the struggle to survive arriving in the USA without a single cent in our pockets. The building represents HOPE... acceptance... and welcoming to millions. Visit and learn about our history.
W S | Jun 15, 2018
Not to be missed! Learn about the Tower's interesting history; very knowledgeable lady at the desk!👍Great presentation of the Cuban immigration history gives you a feel and transparency of the vibe of Miami which is so much Cuban to me. Learn about the waves of children from Cuba who arrived here and see how they had to adapt. The second floor is part modern art and part presentation to raise environmental awareness. Unfortunately the tower is not open to the public! Imagine standing on top and view the city from there! Maybe the city will open the tower in the near future; it would be certainly an asset and magnet for the tourists! Think about it city council!
Scott Keever | Jun 26, 2018
Look at the mesmerising beauty of Freedom Tower. It displays pride colours. It's beauty attracts everyone and visiting at this place was one of the most wonderful experience of my life.
Ana Maldonado | Jun 8, 2018
Great collection, the staff is friendly. However, some places on internet said that there is not entrance fee but yes. You need to pay $12
Marsha Richards | Aug 2, 2018
As usual just like most "museums" documenting the history of anywhere they make a very small reference to the transatlantic slave trade in relation the history of Cuba. I have to say that I'm disappointed as knowing that my Grandfather who spoke Spanish and was literate there were approximately 3 pictures of people of colour throughout the main exhibition. That is of course until we went through to the alarmed section where the historic documents, paintings and hand written books dating from as far back as the 15th century were. Then there were overwhelming and heart breaking images of the way that our ancestors were treated. Overall disappointed as I didn't gain any further understanding of how my Grandfather and his forefathers may have contributed to Cuba and that section of the world before the exodus of 1952...
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