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Built in 1916 as a winter retreat, this lavish villa is a tribute to the Italian Renaissance. The museum contains much of the original furnishings and artwork, and is surrounded by lush, formal gardens.
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My husband and I took a day trip to Vizcaya. It was a great visit. The house was beautiful. We did the audio tour, which was well worth it. The audio provided extra information that was very helpful. The gardens were beautiful as well.
A very sophisticated mansion with great pieces of art and outstanding gardens with sculptures.we loved walking among the rooms and contemplating the architecture and the artifacts. Loved the kitchen and the breakfast room but every room was exceptional. We passed 2 hours only at the...More
I have lived in the South Florida area most of my adult life and had never visited this museum until this week. It was amazing! The original owner made his home a fantasy museum. His goal was to make it look hundreds of years old...More
Vizcaya was always on the bucket list of go-to places and it did not disappoint! This Italian style summer house is decorated beautifully inside and out - many different orchids and floral arrangements of tropical plants, tasteful decor and stunning views.
I have driven by this place for years when coming to Miami. This time, I decided to visit- it’s a real treasure and an outstanding piece of Miami history. The home, gardens, and view of Biscayne Bay are truly amazing!