The design district is really nice and a very design place. The design district is a very busy shopping district in Miami, which is basically expensive luxury, we are not going to shop, we walk around and leave.
The design area sounds strange, but it is also a shopping area. It is a more avant-garde design, but the brand of shopping is basically big brands, basically international luxury brands can be found.
This is our third visit and it has changed a lot. Not only are there more shops, there are more people! It was a dark town a few years ago, and there were hardly any people. But now the shops are coming up. Even if you don't like shopping, you can come to see the architecture and the art and take lots of beautiful pictures.
View from hotel-roof swim pool. Design District (DD) is a must-see for all sorts of reasons, such as history of Miami Bch, art and architecture buffs, local culture, etc. Visit Tourist Ctr at Ocean Dr & 10th St to book tours of Art Deco District & other areas, get info, souvenir shop, etc.
Hipsters galore! The art, food and clothes here is stunning everytime.
The plane to go in Miami for design stores and galleries galore. Wonderful restaurants, shops and galleries all within walking distance.
Explore Miami’s burgeoning arts scene on this guided, 4-hour tour. Visit Midtown Miami, the Miami Design District and the Wynwood Art District, stopping at several major galleries and museums to peruse the collections of modern and contemporary art. See everything from photography and sculpture to graffiti and street art and more. Learn about Miami’s arts culture and history from an expert art curator guide, then enjoy a 3-course gourmet lunch or dinner at a local celebrity chef restaurant. Entrance fees, lunch and shuttle transportation included.
Historically, the Design District was the place to go for design showplaces, but it has recently been given a new facelift as a luxury walking mall. Visit interesting outdoor spaces, stores such as Vuitton, Rolex, Tom Ford, Hermes and Givenchy, and trendy, delicious restaurants. You can still find great design stores as well. It is next to Little Haiti, Midtown and the Wynwood Art District for further exploration.