36 Hours In Miami Things To Do And See

36 Hours in Miami: Things to Do and See

36 Hours In Miami Things To Do And See

2 p.m. Get playful with modern art

The Rubell Museum ($15 admission), which moved to the Allapattah neighborhood from Wynwood in 2019, houses the Rubell family’s private collection of contemporary art. The collection of 7,400 works includes household names like Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Yayoi Kusama (entry to Kusama’s installations is an extra $10). The museum’s fine-dining Basque restaurant, Leku, is worth a stop. Across the street in a gray warehouse is Superblue Miami ($39 admission), an immersive art experience that opened in 2021. One interactive exhibit called “Pulse Topology,” by the Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, projects your heartbeat through a stream of light from 3,000 light bulbs. An additional $12 offers access to “Massless Clouds Between Sculpture and Life,” a sculpture work where people walk through and play with clouds made from soap bubbles.

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