The Women's Park

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The Women's Park

The Women’s Park was created to honor the many ways women have impacted Miami-Dade County. Spread across 15 acres, this lakeside park has a history museum, art installations and an important place in history – it was one of the first parks in the United States to be dedicated to women.

This park is home to the Roxcy O'Neal Bolton Exhibit, a gallery with items from this Miami local’s 50+ years as a women’s rights activist. Nearby, Miami artist Lydia Rubio created the Gates and Fences Project, an art installation that symbolizes female power.

The Women’s Park has two playgrounds, a walking path and a picnic shelter/pavilion that can be reserved on a first come, first served basis. The park hosts regular educational classes, workshops and camps for women of all ages. Contact the park ahead of your visit to confirm normal operating hours and amenity availability.

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