In honor of Halloween, HistoryMiami’s City Tours will offer two opportunities to tour the Miami City Cemetery where many prominent figures are buried, such as settler Julia Tuttle and business pioneers from the Burdine family. It was created in 1887, making it the first and oldest cemetery in Miami. You’ll see rare tropical plants and trees, as well as the Mediterranean Revival architecture, and the historic styles of the tombstones and mausoleums. These Ghost Tours offer a unique opportunity to learn more about Miami’s fascinating past through the cemetery’s inhabitants. Historian Dr. Paul George and other HistoryMiami guides will share some of the tragic and bizarre stories of those entombed at City Cemetery. Tours are offered Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a flashlight for the nighttime tour. Park inside the cemetery. Cost is $25 for HistoryMiami members and $35 for non-members.
Monday, December 3, 3pm – World of Beer, 8525 Mills Drive, Ste 302, Kendall Come on out to the grand opening of the newest location for World of Beer in Town & Country Mall, 50 craft beers on draft and over 500 in bottles! There will be a raffles going on every hour from open […]
Wednesday, October 10, 6:30pm-9:30pm – Park Grove, 2821 S Bayshore Dr, Coconut Grove The Related Group and Terra Group, hosted the grand opening of the the highly anticipated residential enclave and first two towers of Park Grove, Two Park Grove and Club Residences, with a party on the pool deck complete with whimsical entertainers and a […]
Tuesday, November 29, 9â€“11pm – Dezer Schauhalle Miami, 2000 NE 146th Street, North Miami You are cordially invited to the preview opening of thesecond exhibition in the Dezer Schauhalle Miami. Long ago it was Venice and Florence, then Paris and later New York and today the city for emerging art is Berlin. Without a doubt, […]