The Freedom Tower in Miami allows you to trace the exodus of Cubans to the US during the cold war and learn about this impressive monument to the 1920's real estate boom. The Freedom Tower was donated by the Pedro Martin family in 2005 to Miami Dade College and designated a national landmark in 2008. The Freedom Tower is considered one of the best architectural achievements in Florida. Serving as a reception station and medical facility for refugees from 1962 to 1975, the building presents a memorial to Cuban immigration. It is also a premier venue for notable events and exhibitions, such as the Madeleine Albright Collection and the works of famous artists like Dali.
Barnacle State Historic Site
Miami Walk of Fame
The River Oyster Bar
Wynwood Kitchen and Bar
"Latin American Cuisine""Local Favorite"
Holiday Inn Hotel Port of Miami-Downtown, an Ihg Hotel