Art Basel in Miami our Deluxe Package

Untitled Art

Visiting the Untitled Art you will have the chance to see the leading independent art fair taking place annually on the sands of Miami Beach. Guided by a mission to support the wider art ecosystem.

Untitled Art offers an inclusive and collaborative platform for discovering contemporary art by emerging artists, historical figures, Special Projects, installations, performances, podcast conversations, Monuments and events.

The address is: Ocean Dr &, 12th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States.

Miami Beach Convention Center

At the Miami Beach Convention Center you will be able to attend the leading galleries from five continents presenting important works by masters of Modern and Contemporary Art, as well as the new generation of rising stars whose works highlight Art Basel.

The address is: 1901 Convention Ctr Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States.

Wynwood Walls VIP Tour

The 35,000 sq.m. outdoor gallery at Wynwood Walls will amaze you and you will be able to discuss the profiles of the artists and the meaning behind each mural. With this VIP Tour you will be able to ride before the crowds. It’s a unique world-renowned outdoor gallery that has transformed Wynwood into one of the coolest neighborhoods on the planet. Wandering here promises a colourful adventure worth photographing.

Visit the three galleries located here, including the Peter Tunney Experience, Goldman Global Arts Gallery and Artist Solo Exhibition. As well as indoor exhibition galleries featuring new works on canvas and unique sculptures by selected and established artists such as Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf, Futura, Hebru Brantley, Lady Aiko, Kai, Bordalo and more.

The address is: 2516 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127, United States.

SCOPE Miami Beach 2023

Scope Miami Beach celebrates this year and returns with its unique booth at Sand Ocean Drive & 8th Street. You will have the opportunity to attend 150+ different contemporary exhibitors as well as attend a series of performances many of them with experiential innovation and immersive installations in the exhibition’s central halls.

The address is: 801 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, FL 33139. United States.

Admission Fee: General Admission: $40. Platinum First View: $200. VIP Preview: $150 per person.

Red Dot Art Fair

Taking place at the iconic Mana Wynwood in the heart of the thriving Wynwood arts district alongside the Spectrum Miami exhibition, Red Dot offers a unique opportunity to connect with blue-chip galleries and emerging artists, all under one roof.

The address is: 2217 NW 5th Ave, Miami, FL 33127, United States.

Satellite Art Fair

Satellite Art Fair returns for its 9th edition! Visit it and experience immersive installations, visual art presentations, and performances. SATELLITE 2023 will take place on South Beach’s vibrant Lincoln Road. Expect experimental projects from today’s best, emerging art galleries, art collectives, tech companies, and musical-performance artists. This art festival is for people seeking REAL ART experiences.

The address is: 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139 United States.

Admission Fee: $12 – $35 per person.

INK Miami Art Fair

INK Miami Art Fair is known for showcasing a wide range of artistic styles and techniques on paper, including drawings, prints, photographs, and more. This includes a variety of mediums such as prints, drawings, photography, and other works on paper. The fair often features both established and emerging artists. It’s an excellent opportunity for art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the art world, so don’t miss it!

The address is: 1850 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

Aqua Art Miami

If you are an art aficionado then Aqua Art Miami is the premier location for you. Here you will see works by young, emerging and mid-career artists. It often features galleries and artists who are pushing the boundaries of contemporary art.

A curated selection of galleries and exhibitors is hosted here from around the world. These galleries present a wide range of contemporary artworks, including paintings, sculptures, photography, video art, and installations. A roster of well respected international galleries will showcase the fresh artists’ works  in the intimate exhibition rooms, which open into the beautiful courtyard of the classic South Beach Aqua hotel.

The address is: 1530 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States.

Pinta Miami

Pinta Miami is an annual art fair that focuses on modern and contemporary Latin American art and highlighting the rich and diverse artistic traditions of the region. It takes place in Miami, Florida, typically during Art Basel Miami Beach week in early December.

This art fair places a strong emphasis on Latin American art, including works from Latin American and Latinx artists. The fair provides a platform for galleries to showcase both established and emerging artists from the region.

The address is: 3385 Pan American Dr, Miami, FL 33133, United States.

The open hours are: Thursday 7/12 from 03:00p.m. – 08:00p.m., Friday 8/12 from 12:00a.m. – 08:00p.m., Saturday 9/12 from 12:00a.m. – 08:00p.m. & Sunday 10/12 from 12:00a.m. – 06:00p.m.

Allapattah Cultural Neighborhood

Known as one of the most culturally diverse neighborhoods in a city brimming with them, the barrio called Allapattah, just west of Wynwood, keeps adding artsy attractions to its ever-growing line-up of thrift shops, hipster bars and Latin restaurants (including Dominican and Honduran eateries and a fab Mexican taqueria).

The famed Rubell Museum, six former industrial buildings that hold a collection of world-class contemporary works by the likes of Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Cindy Sherman and many celebrated newcomers, too, is Allapattah’s heaviest cultural hitter. And right across from the Rubell Museum, a walk-through art experience called Superblue immerses visitors in exhibitions through music and visuals in a way you’ll have to force yourself not to Instagram or Tik-Tok at every turn.

Allapattah is at: Miami, FL, USA.

The Rubell Museum is located at: 1100 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127, United States.

The opening hours are: Wednesday – Sunday from 11:30am. – 05:30 p.m. The museum is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays.

The Superblue Museum is located at: 1101 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127, United States.

The opening hours are: Monday – Thursday from 11:00 am. – 07:00 p.m., Friday – Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 08:00 p.m. and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. – 07:00 p.m.

Faena Theatre

Faena Theatre is an opulent cabaret-style theater inspired by Europe’s grand opera houses that harkens to a bygone area while feeling totally decadent, sumptuous, and Miami. In the audience, just look up and you’ll see a giant crystal chandelier dangling over the scene.

The address is: 3201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140, United States.

Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Miami

Called ICA for short, it’s another pillar of the Miami art scene, located in the Miami Design District. The building has a bold and eye-catching metallic facade and was designed by Spanish architect firm Aranguren + Gallegos Arquitectos.

The address is: 61 NE 41st St, Miami, FL 33137, United States.

The opening hours are Wednesday – Sunday from 11:00 am. – 06:00 p.m. ICA is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays.

Miami Design District

Οne of the world’s shiniest arts and shopping destinations. It all began in 2009, when Christian Louboutin became the first high-end retailer to take a chance on the neighborhood’s future.

Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Fendi, and Hermès quickly followed suit. Today, the 18-block neighborhood is home to more than 150 high-end boutiques, design showrooms, art galleries, restaurants, and bars—with new neighbors popping up seemingly every week.

The Miami Design District is at: Miami, FL, USA.

Little Havana

Experience a deep dive into some of Magic City’s most famous neighborhoods, Little Havana among them. The heart of Miami’s Cuban population, the area includes Calle Ocho at Southwest 8th Street, famous for Domino Park, strong cafes, and and the many restaurants with amazing cuisines.

The Little Havana is at: Miami, FL, USA.

Lincoln Road Mall

Lincoln Road Mall is a mile-long pedestrian mall and one of Miami’s favourite spots for outdoor activities, besides the beach, which is just a couple blocks away. There you will find  more than 100 fashionable shops, restaurants, bars, and cafés.

Lincoln Road is at: Miami, FL 33139, USA.

Fairchild Botanical Garden

The Fairchild Botanical Garden is a 83-acre botanic garden is a Miami gem, home to extensive collections of rare tropical plants and flowering trees. Strolling these scenic acres provides an oasis of calm away from the beach and Miami’s bustle.

The address is: Coral Gables, FL 33156, United States.

Day tour Nassau: Private Speedboat, Snorkel & Swimming with Pigs Tour

Visit Pearl Island, Green Cay and Rose Island on this private speedboat trip. Swim with pigs and snorkel along a reef with majestic fish and sea turtles in their natural habitat.

Day tour Bahamas: Full-Day Beach Excursion to Sandy Toes

Take an unbeatable day excursion to the paradise shores of Rose Island in the Bahamas. Relax in style on a beautiful private beach and enjoy snorkeling tours, kayaks, tubes, hammock gardens, a beach bar, island music, and a local Bahamian buffet lunch.

Miami Design Preservation League: Art Deco Walking Tour

This is technically an architecture tour, but anyone with an interest in learning more about Miami Beach—how its culture, people, and buildings came to be—will appreciate it. Located right on the beach on Ocean Drive, smack dab in the heart of South Beach’s Art Deco District, the Art Deco Museum and Welcome Centre is where architecture enthusiasts can pop in and learn more about the iconic, colourful buildings that give this neighbourhood its personality.

Miami Sightseeing City Tour

This 4-hour city sightseeing tour takes you to the best parts of Miami. You  can customize the tour to include stops for food, drinks, shopping, or anything else you might want to do or see. The  guides are fun and polite, and they will impress you with their knowledge of the City’s history, architecture, and culture. Let us be a fun introduction to all our wonderful City has to offer! Hotel pick up and drop off are offered.

Time Out Market Miami (food court)

If you’re not sure what you’re in the mood for but are open to explore, head to the Time Out Market Miami in South Beach to enjoy a curated food hall experience. There are 18 eateries, a demo kitchen, and three bars to choose from, all spread across 18,000 square feet of space.

Shopping at Dolphin Mall

More than 250 shops and a huge selection of discount brands make Dolphin Mall one of the best known and busiest shopping centres in Miami. It has various different areas. Constructed in 2001, The Miami Dolphin Mall is an enormous commercial centre, with more than 130,000 square metres of space and a fantastic location, just 8 km from the Miami International Airport.

Cape Florida Lighthouse

Located at the tip of Key Biscayne, nestled inside lush Bill Baggs State Park is the Cape Florida Lighthouse. Though it sits on a tranquil sweep of sandy beach, the pristinely restored monument gives a glimpse into a tumultuous side of South Florida’s history. The regal lighthouse, now defunct, tells stories of nautical adventures, Caribbean slave smuggling and strife with Native American tribes.

It’s worth visiting on a clear day, when views from the top offer vistas of Miami Beach, Coconut Grove and the quirky “Stiltsville,” a series of houses built on pilings in the ocean. A dramatic walkway lined with palm trees leads visitors to the white 95-foot tower.

Upper Buena Vista

A 120 year-old majestic oak tree serves as the focal point of this funky shopping destination just north of the Design District. The Bodhi “wish tree,” as it’s called, is based on a Buddhist tradition of designating a tree to be used as the object of wishes and offerings. In addition to the tree you’ll find gardens and walkways that connect the businesses and micro-boutiques that make up the neighbourhood

Monkey Jungle

This is a conservation and observation park  .It is home to around 500 primates, covering 18 different species of monkeys and apes. You will have to change to be navigated the 30-acre park through a series of tunnels, and indeed the park’s tagline is “Where the humans are caged and the monkeys run wild”. The animal inhabitants live in semi-natural habitats where they can live as they would in the wild.