Vizcaya Museum and Gardens are the private manor of the billionaire James Deering. The whole building is in Italian Renaissance style, built on the sea, with private docks and gardens on the sea and large private forests around it. There are nearly seventy rooms in different styles on the third floor. Unfortunately, no photos are allowed in the room. Otherwise, I would like to share with you some strange Chinese decorations collected by the owner in his lifetime. The rich man had no children. After his death, two nieces inherited his property. They decided to donate the estate and transform it into today's museum.
In the early 20th century, James Deering, an American businessman, hired a famous designer to build a villa, which was based on the Renaissance style of Western Europe and integrated with the palace architecture of Florida and Cuba. He also built delicate Italian-style gardens around the building near the water, planting many trees, flowers and plants locally and from other places. Super beautiful garden, villa interior can not be photographed oh.
The Vizcaya Garden was originally built by the wealthy Americans 100 years ago as a winter shelter villa, because a lot of manpower and financial resources were used. The villa is extremely luxurious both in the building itself and in its furnishings. It is worth visiting. It is one of the good scenic spots.
It's a beautiful tourist attraction. It's worth visiting. With the Italian Renaissance architectural style, can be compared with ancient European buildings. Landscape greening area here is large, beautiful people linger, reluctant to leave. The house inside is not allowed to take pictures. It's not very large, but it's worth appreciating. Many couples choose to take wedding photos here, and many girls choose to take personal art photos here. There's a gift shop + restaurant. It's not big. The food is Italian sandwiches, juices and so on. There are few varieties.
It can be arrived by light rail. It is the private estate of James Deering, an industrial giant. The whole building is built in Italian Renaissance style, near the sea (so it's also a good place to see Biscayne Bay). There are 70 rooms of different styles on three floors, displaying the exquisite works of art collected by the owner from the 15th to 19th centuries. Ten acres of outdoor gardens are elegant and tranquil. Plants are carefully trimmed and decorated with European fountains and sculptures. This is also the best place to enjoy the invincible seascape of Biscayne Bay. Private manor has hosted many politicians and celebrities from all over the world. Like most luxury houses in the United States, photographs are not allowed inside.
One of the historical landmarks of the United States was once the mansion of wealthy businessmen in the United States. Walk through the downtown Miami and turn around to a quiet and peaceful villa area. It has lush vegetation, ancient trees, and the feeling of tropical rain forest. Fitzkaya did not have any obvious signs, if you see a retro stone gate turning directly in. The villa here is based on the Italian Renaissance style, mixed with the palace architecture of Florida and Cuba. In the middle of the villa is an open-air indoor courtyard, with a protective glass roof. The villa consists of three floors, one with several waiting rooms, library music room and dining room, the second with the bedroom of the host and guest, and the third with the bedroom of the housekeeper and the guest. Outside are carefully managed private gardens, a collection of fountains, sculptures, gardens and mazes and other elements are very beautiful. Not many Chinese tourists, Miami is one of the most popular wedding photographs. Address: 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, 33129 Traffic: Drive to Vizcaya Station, or take Metrorail to get off at Vizcaya Station: 9:30-16:30 (Tuesday, Thanksgiving, Christmas are not open). Tickets: $22, students (credentials) 15, $10 for children aged 6-12, and free House Main Tours for children under 6 years old: fixed-point lectures, 45 minutes, online booking, 5$/Discover Vizcaya Audio Tour: 90-minute voice guide, the same online booking, 5$/person Garden Tours: 45 minutes, November-April Wednesday and Friday at 2:30 p.m. and Saturday at 10:30 a.m., 5$/person Vizcaya Village Tour: the second Saturday of the month at noon, 5$/person