Historical Sites of Miami

The purpose of this blog is to capture the beauty of the historical places in Miami. You could find a list with the sites, their history, their architecture and historical meaning. You will be able to enter inside their stories, not only through reading, but through images, videos and sounds. In this tour you will enjoy and learn a little bit more of our history, and hoping at the end it will encourage you to visit and take a real tour to each of this beautiful places that we have in “My Historical Miami”.


   Alhambra Water Tower                    Ancient Spanish Monastery                   Central Baptist Church


Gesu Catholic Church                   Plymouth Congregational Church                 Coral Gables Entrance


      Granada Entrance                                          Venetian Pool                            Central Miami Waterway Park


List of Historical Sites In Miami, Florida 

Baird House
Beth Jacob Social Hall and Congregation
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Boca Chita Key Historic District
Cadillac Hotel
Cape Florida Lighthouse
Cartagena Plaza
Charles Deering Estate
Coco Plum Woman’s Club
Coral Castle
Coral Gables City Hall
Coral Gables Elementary School
Coral Gables Merrick House and Gardens
Coral Gables Police and Fire Station
Coral Gables Woman’s Club
Deering Estate
El Jardin
First Coconut Grove School House
Florida Pioneer Museum
Fontainebleau Hotel
Fowey Rocks Light
Freedom Tower Gallery
Fuchs Bakery
Fulford by the Sea Entrance
Hialeah Park Race Track
Hialeah Seaboard Air Line Railway Station
Homestead Town Hall
King Trunk Factory and Showroom
Lily Lawrence Bow Library
Lua Curtiss House I
Lua Curtiss House II
Miami-Biltmore Hotel
Nike Missile Site HM-69
Opa-Locka Company Administration Building
Opa-Locka Railroad Station
Parrot Jungle Historic District
Seminole Cafe and Hotel
The Alamo
The Barnacle Historic State Park
The Kampong
Venetian Causeway
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
William Wagner House
William Anderson General Merchandise Store

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