Galleries, ethnic food, indie-music and more in Little Haiti.
The Miami neighborhood known as Little Haiti is the cultural heart for the Haitian Diaspora. The area boasts art galleries, Haitian book and music stores and the Little Haiti Cultural Center, which hosts dance and theater performances and is increasingly becoming a burgeoning center of small independent businesses of all kinds. A bronze statue of General Toussaint L'Ouverture, the father of Haitian independence, stands at Northeast 2nd Avenue and 62nd Street in the heart of "La Petite Haiti."
Explore Little Haiti, an authentic and not particularly touristy Miami ethnic neighborhood, for its sincerity and authenticity. Longtime family owned businesses sit alongside Haitian markets and hip furniture and music stores in this evolving Miami neighborhood.
For more information, be sure to visit the Little Haiti Visitor Center.