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The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum

10975 SW 17th St.
Miami, FL 33199
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  • Sun 12pm-5pm, Tue-Sat 10am-5pm
  • Parking Lot Available, Street Parking
This swanky, 46,000-square-foot ode to all things art is a Miami landmark we're lucky to have. The Philip and Patricia Frost Art Museum at FIU boasts free admission and offers a whole host of culturally relevant programming, from permanent exhibitions and lectures to traveling shows and open houses. There are guided tours, workshops and public events that help integrate art into the community at large. Plus, their outdoor sculpture garden and interactive family discovery gallery are assets that appeal to almost everyone. Far from your average white gloved museum experience, it's a fun-for-all-ages art bonanza.

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