OF. SOUTHERN FLORIDA
It doesn't matter where you c6me from or what language
you speak. Chances are your heritage is a part of the
fascinating anrd multi-cultural omin'unity of South
Florida, and a part of our history. At the Historical Museum i
of Southern Florida we have saved that history for you. See it
come together and come to life with hands-on, multimedia
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E experience the sights.
sounds and drama of
10,000 years of South
Florick history tluHough the ,
museum's hallmark exhibition,
You'll be dazzled by the hun-
cldecs of airitifcts, dionfrmas,
plhotographls and inteluctive
displays that make up dtis 10,000-
The museum's special exlibitions
create a dynamic look to our past.
Changing every-few months, the
shows are most often collect from
our own collections and research in
southel n Florida and the Caribbean.
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he museum has many exciting,
handLs-on activities and programs for
children. Our Resealth Center has an
amazing collection of t)oks and
photos waiting for youl to enjoy.
\hole families can take in
Mliami on a Histoiic Tour, including
walking, tx ating, bicycling, metrorlail
and )bui tours, given bh popular
historian Dr. PaulGeorge. For
on these fun
-"Iroughout the year the Historical
Museum brings the people of
southern Florida, the Caribbean,
and the world together like nobod-x else can
with exiting and educational fund-raisers
benefitting the museum.. From popular
events like the Havest Festival held in the
-Fall,'wlich h:as entertained and enchanted
holiday shoppers and history buffs for
almost 25 years, to the Limo Rally, in
which professionals tranvl throughout
Miami in limousines searching for historic
clues. The Miami International Map
Fair brings the world's
nmap dealers together
every February, and the
1hst of events
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B y joining the Histoical
MLuseumil of SoLthern
Florida, you're helping
preserve the past for future genem-
tions. Benefits include:
SFree admission to the rnuseum,
& Research Center all year long.
* Invitations to exhibit opening
SFree admission to the iamqzing
* Discounts on Historic Tours.
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Getting here is easy.
Get off at the Government Center Station in beautiful Downtown
Miami, walk south across NW First Street and go up the stairs on the
north side of the cultural center, or use the ramp on the south side.
The entrance to the museum is in the plaza.
If traveling NORTHBOUND, on 1-95, take the NW 2nd
Street exit (Exit 4). Go right on NW 2nd Street, then right on NW
2nd Avenue for one block. The Cultural Center is on the left and its
parking garage is on the right.
If traveling SOUTHBOUND on 1-95, exit at Orange Bowl/
NW 8th street (Exit 5A). At the 5th traffic light, turn left onto NW
2nd Street. Then turn right onto NW 2nd Avenue. The Cultural
Center is on the left and its parking garage on the right.
Discounted, covered parking is available at the Miami-Dade Cultural
Center parking garage. Take the over the street walkway from parking
level 2 on the south side directly to the Plaza. Be sure to get you
parking ticket validated by our lobby cashier.
Monday Saturday: 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Members: FREE
Thursday: 10 a.m. 9 p.m. Adults: $5
Sunday: noon 5 p.m. Children: (6-12) $2
Research Center: M-F 10 4:30 p.m. (under 5) Free
OF SOUTHERN FLORIDA
101 West Flagler Street, Downtown Miami
(305) 375-1492 www.historical-museum.org