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  • Historic South Beach Art Deco Area in Miami Beach

Art Deco Miami District: Retro Architecture & Classic South Beach Style

A beautiful playground of white sand beaches, exuberant pastel architecture, and a wild nightlife, this iconic coastal area epitomizes the Miami lifestyle. Historic South Beach is the Miami that most people envision, and you'll find an exciting array of eclectic boutiques, stylish restaurants, dance clubs, and dazzling postcard scenes. Mingle with the beautiful people, cruise down Ocean Drive or just relax and soak up the sizzling sun on the beach.
Showcasing over 900 examples of art deco architecture which makes up the Miami skyline, the historic Art Deco District in Miami's bustling South Beach is celebrated and depicted in countless movies and postcards worldwide. Delight in the largest concentration of the 1920's and 1930's architecture in the world, drawing visitors all over to revel in Miami's classic retro-style. With artistic lifeguard stands, concrete promenades, the Versace Mansion, and countless restaurants, this district runs for miles alongside the beach and the famed Ocean Drive. The nightlife here is worth staying up for.



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  • Art Basel
  • Bike and Roll Miami
  • Art Deco Weekend
  • Classic Car Show
  • South Beach Food + Wine Festival
  • Art Deco Tours


  • Beach
  • Dining
  • Museums
  • Sightseeing
  • Tours
  • Shopping




  • Where can I park in the Art Deco District?

    The wildly attractive and busy South Beach historic Art Deco district can get quite packed in the daytime and at night. There is metered parking all throughout Miami Beach that is first come, first, serve. However, there are plenty of public parking lots and garages around the Art Deco district. Some nearby lots include Park @ 420, Lincoln Place Garage, Municipal Garage G4, and Pennsylvania Avenue Garage with prices ranging from $1/hour to $10/hour. If you are a guest of The Landon, we suggest to valet park your car for $18/day and Uber down to Sobe. 
  • Are there places to eat in the Art Deco District?

    When visiting the historic Art Deco District in South Beach, dine at some of Miami Beach’s famed restaurants on Ocean Drive. Start the day at Cafe Nikki, Front Porch Café, or the Local House, and then wander into the 24-hour News Cafe any time of day. South Beach dinner spots include Prime 112, LT Steak and Seafood, Gianni’s at the Villa.

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