Turkel Brands, picked Accord Productions to create a series of episodes for neighborhoods throughout Miami and this week we’re bringing you Downtown. Downtown doesn’t just revolve around company headquarters and government offices; it’s also the cultural center with many museums and parks. Across the street from the Adrienne Arscht Center is the new Perez Art Museum overlooking Biscayne Bay. Many of the oldest buildings in the city are located in downtown Miami including The Freedom Tower and historic Overtown.
Hop on the metro mover for free and see the sites of downtown Miami.

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Hundreds of local art galleries, restaurants and businesses flourish in this art district neighborhood.
Art enthusiasts from all over the world travel to Wynwood to check out the street art and graffiti covered warehouses. Landmarks like Miami’s first


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Hundreds of local art galleries, restaurants and businesses flourish in this art district neighborhood.
Art enthusiasts from all over the world travel to Wynwood to check out the street art and graffiti covered warehouses. Landmarks like Miami’s first brewery along with a local fair trade coffee house are located in Wnywood. Come take a walking tour and check out some of the best street artists in the world, like Krave Art, who have made their mark on the Wynwood Walls. Don’t forget to download the Wynwood Tour Guide app to help with your next trip to the neighborhood.

Downtown doesn’t just revolve around company headquarters and government offices; it’s also the cultural center with many museums and parks. Across the street from the Adrienne Arscht Center is the new Perez Art Museum overlooking Biscayne Bay. Many of the oldest buildings in the city are located in downtown Miami including The Freedom Tower and historic Overtown. Hop on the metro mover for free and see the sites of downtown Miami.

As you drive away from the hustle and bustle of South Beach you’ll find yourself in North Beach, a much more serene, tranquil neighborhood of Miami. North Beach is the perfect place to escape for a day with your family and take in a beautiful ocean view from the beach boardwalk. North Beach is known for being spacious, so don’t worry about fighting for a spot to catch some sun. After you’ve worked up an appetite from a long day of relaxing on the beach, just go for a walk and check out the Miami Modern architecture. A variety of restaurants sprinkle throughout North Beach from Argentinean bakeries to Japanese sushi houses.
Next time you’re in the mood for a quiet getaway, head to North Beach.

South Beach takes fun in the sun to an entirely new level. South Beach was made for the young and the restless, as well as, the elderly and energized. Locals take part in a healthy lifestyle and enjoy fresh tropical smoothies you will only find here in South Beach. With so many athletic sports to try, from paddle boarding to beach volleyball, the outdoor activities are limitless.

Little Havana is known for authentic Cuban restaurants, hand-rolled cigars and cultural activities on Calle Ocho. Historical landmarks still stand today like the Tower Theatre, the Fruteria and Domino Park.
There’s always a new twist on fresh juices and ice cream flavors to try at Little Havana mom and pop shops.
The legendary Pedro Pablo Pena’s ballet company is located in Little Havana and has been teaching students for generations. Come visit Little Havana on the last Friday of every month for Cultural Friday’s and learn to salsa like a local.

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