May in Miami is the perfect time to patron some of our city's world-renowned museums. Here's what's happening for Miami Museum Month - May 2018.
Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami has big things planned for May. Andy Warhol fanatics won't want to miss his Mao series (1972) on display. You can also enjoy Henry Moore’s Reclining Figure (1957) and several permanent exhibits like the new 150-piece glass display.
The Little Haiti Cultural Center will be full of excitement in May. Take advantage of Sounds of Little Haiti: a free night of live music, Kreyol cooking, dancing, and handcrafted goods.
The Coral Gables Museum is a work of art in itself – a historical coral stone building. This museum focuses on urban design and city planning with original exhibits and Saturday morning bike tours.
Get Ready for May in Miami
Miami Museum Month runs all May long. Simply check the list of participating Miami museums to see what your favorites have planned. Many museums will host unique exhibits with special deals to make patronage extra accessible for the general public.
Several high-profile museums are participating in the Join One Museum, See Them All program which provides access to all participating museums by purchasing membership to just one. Some are also offering a Buy One, Get One Free admission program.
Whether you're a Miami local or planning a trip from out of town, consider staying with us at the Hilton Miami Downtown. We're centrally located in the heart of downtown Miami near many museums and just three miles from South Beach.