Deering Estate at Cutler

Deering Estate

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Take a birder-led tour of the grounds, or learn more about local avians through games, crafts, and activities such as owl-pellet dissection

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Choose from Three Options

  • $9 for admission for two to Deering Goes to the Birds ($14 value)
  • $17 for admission for four to Deering Goes to the Birds ($28 value)
  • $25 for admission for six to Deering Goes to the Birds ($42 value)

Deering Goes to the Birds takes place on Saturday, November 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors of all ages can explore the grounds with an expert bird watcher, as well as dissect owl pellets, play bird-themed games, and make avian-inspired crafts.

Deering Estate

Although he earned his fortunes as a businessman, Charles Deering's true passion was for art and culture. He filled his home with sculptures, drawings, paintings, and other works—some of which he created himself. After he passed away in 1927, The Deering Estate has kept his spirit alive; his former home and its surrounding natural landscapes now operate as a cultural meeting place for the community—one that hosts art festivals, lectures and films, and indoor and outdoor concerts throughout the year.

  • Size: a 450+ acre environmental, archaeological and historical preserve. The Deering Estate celebrates 30 years of being on the National Register of Historic Places
  • The Buildings: the Richmond Cottage (originally built in 1896) and the Stone House (built in 1922)
  • Eye Catcher: a 20th-century, Spanish Gothic Revival chandelier that has hung in the Stone House's library since its construction
  • Permanent Mainstay: the photographs, pencil sketches, and portraits (some by Mr. Deering himself) that hang inside the Stone House
  • Don't Miss: a tour of the fossil grounds, where specimens have been found that date as far back as 50,000 years
  • Hidden Gem: Charles Deering's prohibition wine cellar, hidden behind a three-ton bank vault door that remained sealed for 40 years
  • Outdoor Activities: bird walks, guided nature hikes, and canoe trips to Chicken Key, a 7-acre mangrove island

Customer Reviews

Beautiful setting by the Bay, they were setting up a wedding when we were there.
Brenda G. · November 16, 2014
It's a beautiful place
Nicole · November 16, 2014
The place is great! Loved it..
Lina J. · November 15, 2014
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    Deering Estate

    16701 SW 72nd Ave.

    Palmetto Bay, FL 33157


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