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Wynwood Miami: A Unique Art and Culture Adventure

You would be hard-pressed to find a more accessible and exciting Miami art & culture experience.

Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood is unconventional, vibrant and exciting. The former warehouse district turned arts and culture hub features more than 70 galleries and museums, great restaurants, bars and more. Immersing yourself in Miami art & culture has never been easier - or more fun.

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If you’re looking to truly experience Miami, you need to tour Wynwood Walls. A collection of giant walls covered in murals, it’s one of the most easily accessible art exhibits for pedestrians in the world. You’ll see everything from life-sized murals of the Dalai Lama, to graffiti quotes and breathtaking sculptures - art lovers of any age will find it unique, colorful and inspiring.

Second Saturday Art Walk

The most popular time to visit is during Wynwood Art Walk, which takes place every second Saturday of the month. The monthly event turns Wynwood into an all-day art festival, with live music filling the air, food trucks offering tasty bites and beverages, and art galleries staying open late. It’s a Miami tradition unlike any other.

Dining

Unsurprisingly, Wynwood’s artistic touch isn’t limited to its murals and galleries. With its creative and flavorful dishes, the Wynwood Miami dining scene is paradise for foodies. Artisanal eateries, breweries, and bars are all located a short walking distance from the walls, and the area is home to three James Beard Nominated chefs and restaurants. Whether you’re simply in the mood for a casual drink or looking to challenge your palette with a unique dish, Wynwood’s dining scene caters to all.

The Hilton Miami Downtown is conveniently located just minutes from the Wynwood Arts District, along with many other top Miami attractions. Book your stay with us today for the ultimate art and culture adventure.

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