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Miami: Venues

Miami Venues: Venues Around Miami

Below are our Miami Venues recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, venue history and other points of interest in Miami Art.
 

Adrienne Arsht Center

Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County

The Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is the largest performing arts center in the state of Florida, and the second largest in the nation in area, second only to New York’s Lincoln Center.  Formerly known as the Carnival Center, its name was changed after a large donation by local philanthropist Adrienne Arsht that ensured its financial stability.

The Center is home to the Florida Grand Opera, Miami City Ballet, and …more…

Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Opened in 1991, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts was a product of decades of private and public effort to create an all-encompassing arts venue that catered to all facets of Ft. Lauderdale’s cultural life.  Its origins go back to the mid-20th century, when the city’s War Memorial Auditorium and Parker Playhouse had difficulty catering to the public’s growing and changing demand for performing arts.

Today the Broward features all …more…

Gusman Center

Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts

First opened in 1926, the Olympia Theater was originally a silent-movie palace. Nowadays, as it nears the finish of an extensive renovation, the handsome Miami venue primarily plays host to live theatricals, but the Gusman does still screen films on occasion. The theater’s original 3/15 Wurlitzer organ, built to offer full orchestral accompaniment for silent films, is one of only a handful still in existence. ...more...

Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

The Kravis Center is one of the most prominent arts venues in the Southeast, presenting hundreds of events annually at its facility in downtown West Palm Beach. The Kravis Center occupies 10.6 acres on the highest point in downtown Palm Beach, on land occupied for 60 years by the Connie Mack Baseball Field, which once served as spring training camp for baseball teams the Philadelphia Athletics and St. Louis Browns. ...more...