Get a taste of Historic Overtown, Little Havana, Little Haiti, Coconut Grove Village West and more with these heritage tours.
Overtown, one of Miami’s most historic communities, is poised for a renaissance thanks to the work of the Black Archives.
Overtown’s rich musical and cultural history is being preserved and celebrated today at the Ward Rooming House.
The Historic Lyric Theater celebrates the thriving music and entertainment district of Overtown’s heyday from the 20’s - 50’s.
Purvis Young, Overtown’s unofficial historian, abstract expressionist painter, and muralist has made his mark on Overtown.
Hampton House was the place to see and be seen in Miami's black community in the 1960's.
During the 1940s and ‘50s Liberty Square was one of the most desirable apartment developments for African Americans to reside in.
Little Haiti Cultural Center’s busy calendar of cultural events and classes includes monthly Big Night In Little Haiti.
Calle Ocho is the center of Little Havana; try a cafecito, visit the cigar shops and feel the energy.
Calle Ocho has some of the best shops in Miami