Actor's Playhouse - Historic Miracle Theatre is recognized as one of eight Florida major regional theatres and one of twenty major Miami-Dade County cultural institutions. (305) 444-9293

Coconut Grove Playhouse - Built as a glamorous movie house in 1926. Home to two stages for live theater; the 1,100 seat proscenium Mainstage theater and the 135 seat cabaret style Encore Room. (305) 442-4000

Concert Association of Florida Inc. - Classical symphony and philharmonic orchestra music. Miami chamber, violin, guitar quartets concerto and dance performance art. (877) 433-3200

Florida Grand Opera - 2004-2005 season includes Madame Butterfly, Paul Bunyan, The Magic Flute, Lucia di Lammermoor and A Masked Ball. (305) 854-1643

Gables Stage - Formerly The Florida Shakespeare Theatre. Has won numerous Carbonell Awards. (305) 446-1116

Gusman Center - The Olympia Theater is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Home of the Maximum Dance Company, Florida Philharmonic and the Miami International Film Festival. (305) 374-2444

Improv Comedy Club - Located in Coconut Grove, Florida. (305) 441-8200

Jackie Gleason Theater - A 2700-seat, state-of-the-art performing arts facility located in the heart of beautiful Miami Beach. Home for the best in Broadway, concerts and dance. (305) 673-7300

James L. Knight Center - Located in the heart of downtown. Served for two decades as an entertainment, exhibit and meeting venue in greater Miami. (305) 372-4633

Lincoln Theater/New World Symphony - An 87-member ensemble performing more than 50 concerts annually in the Lincoln Theatre, located in the heart of Miami Beach's historic Art Deco district. (305) 673-3331

Miami Bach Society - Performs music of the greatest Baroque masters as well as works of other 17th and 18th century composers; an average of four concerts a year. (305) 669-1376

Miami Beach Cinematheque - Independent movie house on Miami Beach. Home of the Miami Beach Film Society and Headquarters for the Miami Beach International Film Festival. (305) 67-FILMS

Miami Hispanic Ballet - Non-profit dance organization and founder of the International Ballet Festival of Miami, dedicated to identifying professional dance artists of Hispanic descent in Miami-Dade County. (305) 549-7711

Miami Light Project - Independent presenter of contemporary dance, music and theater in South Florida, founded in 1989. (305) 576-4350

Miami Symphony Orchestra - Founded in 1989 and now entering its twelfth concert season. Under the leadership of a highly regarded and renowned Cuban-American conductor, Manuel Ochoa. (305) 275-5666

Performing Arts Center Foundation of Greater Miami - Will be one of four major centers in the United States with three performance facilities to present performances of ballet, opera, theater and symphonic music. (305) 377-1220


Art Deco Museum - A non-profit organization devoted to preserving, protecting, and promoting the cultural, social, economic, environmental and architectural integrity of the Miami Beach Architectural Historic District. (305) 672-2014

Bass Museum of Art - Bass Museum of Art Exhibitions from the permanent collection and loan exhibitions from national and international collections. (305) 673-7530

Bettcher Gallery - (305) 534-8533

Black Heritage Museum - (305) 252-3535

Britto Central - Lincoln Road art gallery of renowned Miami-based artist Romero Britto. (305) 531-8821

Carel Gallery - (305) 534-4384

Collection Privee - (786) 276-7600

Espanola Way Art Center - (305) 673-8625

Gold Coast Railroad Museum - Florida's premier railroad museum. Home of the presidential car FERDINAND MAGELLAN. (888) 608-7246

Historical Museum of Southern Florida - Dedicated to telling the story of South Florida and the Caribbean. Hosts a permanent gallery and a special gallery with several changing exhibitions each year. (305) 375-1492

Holocaust Memorial - Dedicated on February 4, 1990. (305) 538-1663

Howard Austin Feld Digital Art Gallery - (305) 573-1240

Lowe Art Museum - South Florida's premier collecting museum offering contemporary world class exhibitions.(305) 284-3535

Miami Art Museum - Looking at international art from the perspective of the Americas and the growing tendency to cross borders, bringing together different cultural traditions. (305) 375-3000

Miami Children's Museum - Dedicated to enriching the lives of all children by fostering a love of learning and enabling children to realize their highest potential. (305) 373-kids

Museum of Science & Planetarium - Fostering appreciation of the significance, relevance and application of the sciences in order to better understand ourselves, one another, and the universe in which we live.(305) 646-4200

Museum of Contemporary Art - An active exhibition schedule, presenting 8 to 10 exhibitions annually, and a permanent collection with more than 400 works by emerging and established contemporary artists. (305) 893-6211

R.J. Hohimer Signature Gallery - (800) 876-7450

Sanford Ziff Jewish Museum - Collects, preserves and interprets the Florida Jewish Experience since 1763. (305) 672-5044

The Wolfsonian Museum - A museum and research center with a multidisciplinary approach to looking at objects as both agents and expressions of change. (305) 531-1001