Choose from Three Options
- $7 for general admission for two ($14 value)
- $14 for general admission for four ($28 value)
- $14 for family admission for two adults and up to three children ($29 value)
Current and forthcoming exhibits include:
"ARTcycle: Bikes Become Art" (running 1/23/14–2/23/14) merges the Miami art scene with the Miami bike movement to raise awareness, respect, and tolerance for cyclists and to also reduce the number of bike-related accidents.
"Marking the Millennium" (running 3/7/14–-5/25/14), curated by architecture critic and author Beth Dunlop, focuses on 21st-century Miami architecture. Miami is second only to Dubai in the number of construction cranes lining the horizon.
"Creating the Dream" is an ongoing exhibit that illustrates the story of Coral Gables Museum founder and developer George Merrick and addresses local history, pioneer life, the Florida land boom, and urban planning and development.
Coral Gables Museum
The tower of the 1939 Old Police and Fire Station rises above the street in downtown Coral Gables, gazing down on an unusual blend of sleek, Depression-era modernism and Mediterranean revival ornateness. Founded in 2003, the Coral Gables Museum Corp. completely renovated the old municipal building. Spanish touches were added—the new Fewell wing and a 5,000-square-foot plaza—and the space was opened in 2011 as a museum dedicated to the civic arts of architecture, urban design, historic and environmental preservation, and sustainable development. The museum continues to cultivate partnerships to provide up to five art and design exhibitions at once, as well as concerts and educational events like lectures and tours. The museum also offers other special events and publications to help guests foster an appreciation for the history, vision, and cultural landscape of Coral Gables.
85% of 26 customers recommend
“Parking was right across the street The staff was friendly and I loved reading about the history of Coral Gables”
“It was a nice, quaint museum. Had several local exhibit's along with the history of Coral Gables.”