Top Fun Things to Do in Little Havana
You can start by cruising Eighth Street or Calle Ocho, the central thoroughfare of this community established by Miami’s Cuban diaspora if you want insider access to Little Havana. On every corner, you will see ventanitas selling Cuban coffee and croquetas, Domino Park is a permanent gathering place, and sweet soca music blaring from storefronts. As the neighborhood is ripe for discovery, it is filled with vitality and art. Learn more facts here.
Miami Culinary Tours
Miami Culinary Tours has been conducting daily tours around the city’s historic neighborhood for more than a decade. At the Summit for Cultural & Heritage Tourism in 2019, it got the award of the ‘Best Tour Operator.’ Visitors can discover the neighborhood with a local guide that will introduce you to the culinary delights and history that most people won’t find on their own through Little Havana Food & Cultural Tour. Read about Top Attractions in Buena Vista here.
Cubaocho Museum & Performing Arts Center
Intellectuals, local musicians, and Cuban artists enjoy a hand-rolled cigar and a glass of rum by gathering to engage in discussions, admire art, or play music when the visit the Cubaocho Museum & Performing Arts Center. You will see one of the largest privately-owned Cuban art collections in the world housed by this museum and performing venue. The museum also features one of the most comprehensive selections of rum.
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