Wynwood has evolved into a thriving center for cuisine, culture, and art. Take a guided walking tour focused on galleries and museums, or visit the Wynwood Walls street murals on a scooter or golf cart excursion. Foodie tours offer tastings at everything from classy restaurants to hole-in-the-wall establishments you would likely miss on your own.
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Things to Know Before You Go
If you prefer to explore independently, check out the Wynwood Tour Guide app.
Most locations in Wynwood, including the Wynwood Walls, are accessible to wheelchairs and strollers—some of the newly renovated spots are not.
How to Get There
Located just off I-95, Wynwood is easy to get to by car, public transit, or taxi.
When to Get There
The best time to hang out in Wynwood is in the morning or evening, when temperatures tend to be cooler.
Visiting the Wynwood Walls
Wynwood’s revitalization began with the Wynwood Walls, and the colorful murals displayed on old warehouses are one of the neighborhood’s main draws. Enter the site for free, then follow a winding path through a dynamic array of street art. You’ll find more art outside the park and in the Wynwood Doors exhibit area.
- Wynwood Walls
- Miami Design District
- De la Cruz Collection
- Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
- Miami Children's Museum
- Jungle Island
- Bayside Marketplace
- Little Havana
- Miami Cruise Port (PortMiami)
- Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach
- Miami Beach Botanical Garden
- New World Center
- Miami Beach
- Bass Museum of Art
- Miami Washington Avenue