The Museum Tower is a high-rise office building located in the Government Center district of Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. As its name implies, the building is situated across the street from HistoryMiami (and the former Miami Art Museum), which are both part of the Miami Cultural Plaza. The visibility of Museum Tower from I-95 provides it a valuable location.
The building has 29 stories and stands at a height of 377 feet (115 m). The Museum Tower is used completely as class A office space.
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
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|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
Andrew David | Jan 25, 2018
a very fascinating and educational experience. The HistoryMiami Museum is a wonderful, informative, and educational experience that people of all ages can really enjoy. I'm a child at heart, so the hurricane Andrew exhibit really captured me. The hurricane simulation room is a rather exciting and educational addition to the museum, and the knowledge of the scale of destruction caused by this storm will leave you speechless. Along with this, there are many other works of fine art and displays that will engage your mind and fuel your imagination.
Steph | Feb 12, 2018
I’m so disappointed that this museum was a one star because I am born and raised from Miami .. Thank god it was free when I went ! If you’re reading this , please don’t go and waste gas or time. You’ll literally walk in and be there for no longer than 10 min. A good museum you’re in there for a good two hours or more. Miami needs to step it up!
Jon Sobs | Feb 7, 2018
A real hidden gem of Miami that can be forgotten especially with the new art and science museums. The downstairs is really neat but it is really the upstairs exhibits that shine. They change in and out and are usually Miami centered. They also host the annual map fair upstairs which is a real neat event. Worth the trip if you like history and are in the area.
Nikki Lenoir | Jan 29, 2018
Beautiful museum with amazing exhibits, but told almost completely from the european colonizers narrative (the word "Indians" was everywhere) and with only 2 poster sized "exhibits" on all of Miami's African American history. Those 2 aspects made it difficult to concentrate on all the awesomeness the museum had to offer, it was distracting. But beautiful and fun!
Marlena Guest | Feb 27, 2018
A great way to Learn the beginnings of Miami to now. Phillip gave us an amazing tour that was filled with so much history and entertaining.
Ingrid E. Argueta | Apr 18, 2018
Amazing! Great Research Center. Super awesome staff. History Lovers #1 choice
Stuart Lane | Apr 26, 2018
Fun museum, there are many things about Maiami's history, the customer service is excellent and you don't have to pay much to get in.
Crystal Garcia | May 27, 2018
One of the best museums in Miami. They have an amazing collection from prehistoric South Florida to present day. The exhibits are fun and interesting for both children and adults. Admission prices are much more affordable than other museums in the area.
Hope Reynolds | Jun 1, 2018
We did not know this place existed until the County Commission scheduled the Miami-Dade County Charter Review Task Force Public Hearings at this location. We traveled on the Metrorail and right across the street from the Government Center Station, the Miami Art Museum was discovered. We have now attended several displays and a conference and we are delighted to find yet another treasure in our County. From time to time, even movies are shown at this location. Affordable and open to the public.
Hiroka Sugimoto Kranenburg | May 25, 2018
It is convenient place in the downtown. There were volunteers who were very helpful and recommended me to use the free audio commentary. Their collections of old south Florida was impressive.
John Whitt | Jun 26, 2018
Okay, so it is not a world class museum, with artifacts from around the world. But the permanent exhibits provide a clear narrative of South Florida fascinating past. The temporary exhibits were okay. The place is family friendly and will take a couple hours, at the most, to explore. It is a very easy walk from the transit station, even during a hot June day. Only ten bucks for an adult. The employees were wonderfully friendly.
Scott Keever | Jun 22, 2018
Felt very happy after visiting History Miami Museum. Largest history museum in the State of Florida. Had gain Informative and educational experience. Perfect place for the people of all ages. Highly recommend!!!!
Horacio Sierra | Jul 2, 2018
A fantastic overview of Miami’s indigenous, Spanish, British, and hyphenated American roots (Cuban, Haitian, Anglo, African, etc). It’s divided into two parts - the traditional exhibition that has been around at least since the 1990s and a new, sleeker space with unique artifacts such as Walter Mercado’s cape, a balsero raft, and vintage sports team memorabilia as well as interactive elements for children. This a must-see museum for native and new Miamians alike!
Graham Martin | Jul 4, 2018
Good history museum on development if Miami. For some reason history is stopped in 1980. No mention of cocaine era
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