Historic Virginia Key Beach Park Trust

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Historic Virginia Key Beach Park Trust

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is managed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the City of Miami Commission. The 82.5-acre beachfront park re-opened in early 2008 after undergoing a multimillion-dollar campaign to restore the pristine shoreline and the historic buildings, and plan a 32,000-square-foot museum/cultural center.

Listed on the U.S. Park Service National Register of Historic Places, it has a rich cultural history and played a significant role in the Civil Rights movement of South Florida. The Trust is working to preserve this rich legacy of the African American community while celebrating the current and future contributions of the diverse South Florida community.

This gem is also a wonderful venue for parties, family reunions, sporting events, festivals and large scaled concerts. Visit today and plan your next event at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park.


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