Museums in Ojus


Vizcaya Museum & Gardens: One or Two Six-Month Memberships with Daily Admission and Two Event Tickets at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens (Up to 38% Off)

One or Two Six-Month Memberships with Daily Admission and Two Event Tickets at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens (Up to 38% Off)

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Northeast Coconut Grove

Visit this museum with its unique architecture and gardens, experiencing special events

$55 $34

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Haitian Heritage Museum: Admission for Two or Four or Family Membership for Three Individuals at Haitian Heritage Museum (Up to $11 Off)

Admission for Two or Four or Family Membership for Three Individuals at Haitian Heritage Museum (Up to $11 Off)

Haitian Heritage Museum

Little Haiti

The world's first Haitian museum outside of Haiti exhibits visual arts, artifacts, and the lives of great contributors to the culture

$20 $11

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Dezer Collection LLC: Admission to Dezer Collection Auto Museum (Up to 36% Off)

Admission to Dezer Collection Auto Museum (Up to 36% Off)

Dezer Collection LLC

North Miami

Iconic cars from James Bond movies, Batman movies, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and Back to the Future parked alongside restored classics

$80 $51

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Coral Gables Museum: Visit for Two, Four, or Family of Two Adults and Up to Three Kids at Coral Gables Museum (Up to 41% Off)

Visit for Two, Four, or Family of Two Adults and Up to Three Kids at Coral Gables Museum (Up to 41% Off)

Coral Gables Museum

Coral Gables

The museum focuses on architecture, urban design, historic and environmental preservation, and sustainable development

$14 $9

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Coral Castle: Admission for Two or Four Adults to Coral Castle (Up to 53% Off)

Admission for Two or Four Adults to Coral Castle (Up to 53% Off)

Coral Castle

Homestead

Explore a mysterious museum and sculpture garden, carved out of coral stone

$30 $14

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South Florida Science Center and Aquarium: Night Museum Visit for Two or Four at South Florida Science Center and Aquarium (Up to 61% Off)

Night Museum Visit for Two or Four at South Florida Science Center and Aquarium (Up to 61% Off)

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium

West Palm Beach

At visits during special evening events, visitors get to touch marine animals

$27 $11

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  • International Game Fish Association
    To beat the all-tackle world record for a yellowfin tuna, you'd have to hook a behemoth weighing in the neighborhood of 450 pounds. Should any angler ever successfully snag such a fish, the record keepers of the International Game Fish Association will be among the first to announce the catch's confirmed stature. As part of their mission to conserve all types of game fish and to promote ethical angling practices, the IGFA representatives also advise fishermen on how to bring the catch ashore, verify its measurements, and release it while causing as little stress to the fish as possible. The association’s conservation efforts continue with its IGFA Great Marlin Race program, a partnership with Stanford University that outfits fishermen with research equipment to achieve a better understanding of marlin biology and the cause of pruney fingers. The IGFA also keeps the community engaged with ethical game fishing by hosting school groups and summer camps for kids. Beyond this programming, the IGFA maintains a museum that honors the history of sport fishing and its legendary anglers.
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    300 Gulf Stream Way
    Dania Beach, FL US
  • Young At Art Children's Museum
    In 1989, Young At Art began as a small, 3,200-square-foot children’s museum dedicated to shaping young minds and enriching the community through the transformative power of art. Since then, the tiny workshop has grown into a 55,000-square-foot collection of activities celebrating the diverse influences of art on our lives and imaginations, garnering a rare accreditation by the American Association of Museums for its efforts. At ArtScapes—one of the four main exhibits—kids and their parents travel through The Cave, a frantic slideshow of images conveying 5,000 years of human history, step into a replica of a New York City subway car, and view examples of graffiti as a means of creative expression against the oppressive forces of aluminum spray cans. Elsewhere, WonderScapes transports children up to 4 years old to a world inspired by the illustrations of DeLoss McGraw, whose version of Alice in Wonderland won the Society of Illustrators Book of the Year award in 2002, and GreenScapes demonstrates the immutable intersection of art and the environment as visitors build sculptures from natural materials. Never ones to ignore their creativity, teenagers can find refuge in the Teen Center, where a graphic design lab with Mac computers and a recording studio let them convert their pre-calc homework into digital form before it’s too late.
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    11584 Route 84
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Jewish Museum of Florida
    Contrary to the belief that Jewish immigrants began populating Florida in the aftermath of World War II, the very first Jewish settlers in the state arrived a bit earlier—almost 200 years earlier, in fact. Spanish-controlled Florida banned all non-Catholic religions, but England's 1763 purchase of the land was followed shortly by the arrival of Alexander Solomons, Joseph de Palacios, and Samuel Israel—and a new heritage was born. Today, the Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU celebrates this rich legacy and its impact within the larger Jewish community with a core exhibit brimming with more than 500 artifacts that span over 250 years. In "Mosaic: Jewish Life in Florida," visitors will find relics such as a pocket watch owned by the first known Jewish boy born in Florida, a Purim party dress made for the Jacksonville YMHA in 1918 out of Floridian seashells, and the ketubah from the marriage of Margaret Fishler and Joel Fleet in 1940. Family photographs, immigration papers, and travel documents record the rich tradition of immigration, and images from wars dating back to 1815 evince the ongoing role Jewish residents have played in American history. In the building's community section, guests learn about more than 250 mayors, legislators, judges, and activists, including David Levy Yulee, the first Jew elected to Congress and the man who ushered Florida into statehood. Elsewhere in the museum, temporary exhibits might spotlight contemporary Jewish artists, Jewish rituals, or profile a prominent family. The museum is housed within two refurbished synagogues connected by the glass-roofed Bessie's Bistro, which serves snacks in the cheerful spirit of its namesake, Miss America 1945, Bess Myerson.
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    301 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum
    Arthur Stone spent six decades assembling the collection of classic Packard autos that makes up the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum. His love for the Packard's combination of engineering and elegance has resulted in the United States' largest Packard collection, containing one model from each year of the company's 58-year existence. The museum's 30,000-square-foot space mirrors the look of a 1920s Packard showroom, with heraldic-style gas-station signs hanging above gleaming specimens of auto history, all restored to full working order. Models such as the 2201 Woodie wagon from 1948 demonstrate the manufacturer's innovation amid changing times, and the 1909 18 Speedster evokes an era when saddled cheetahs shared roads with cars. Original concept-design drawings line the walls, and an expansive library contains shelves laden with periodicals and fascinating reading materials.
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    1527 SW 1st Ave.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • International Swimming Hall of Fame
    The ISHOF Museum houses the world's largest collection of aquatic memorabilia and is the single-largest source of aquatic books, manuscripts, and literature. More than forty exhibits and displays illustrate the history of the aquatically ambitious, recognizing the world's greatest swimming, diving, polo, and synchronized swimming performers and their spotlight-worthy accomplishments. Videos ranging from short informational pieces to coverage of the Olympic games are also available for viewing. Current exhibits include photo murals of the RMS Titanic, the largest collection of Olympic medals won by merpersons dating back to 1896, and a shrine dedicated to the swoonable swim legend Mark Spitz, which consists of a life-size wax statue of the mustached god-among-mortals, seven of his gold medals, and the starting block he used in the 1972 Munich games.
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    1 Hall Of Fame Dr
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Museum of Discovery and Science
    The Museum of Discovery and Science ensures that adults as well as children have opportunities to explore diverse fields in the natural and physical sciences through myriad hands-on and immersive exhibits. Size: Two floors of exciting and informative exhibits Eye Catcher: In the 34,000-square-foot Eco-Discovery Center, kids can dig for fossils and face a sabertoothed tiger, gawk at a 12-foot mammoth, watch otters, and feel hurricane-force winds Don't Miss: In Go Green, visitors follow the lead of Harry the Heap, a recycling robot that shows the benefits of eco-consciousness by explaining landfills, composting, and more Sit Back: The museum's five-story IMAX screen flickers with both feature films as well as films that complement museum exhibits Special Programs: Summer camps immerse kids in STEM learning through fun activities
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    401 SW 2nd St
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US

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