10 Best Places to Photograph in Miami
If you love taking pictures then you’ll love these 10 places to photograph in Miami.
This Mediterranean style hotel was built in 1926 and was originally used as a hospital during the Second World War. It was designated as a National Historic Landmark in the year 1966. You need to move around the hotel to get the best shots.
This is one of the most beautiful beaches and is located between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It has crystal blue waters and this creates a good backdrop for your shots. The lifeguard towers are perfect for taking amazing pictures.
Located in Downtown Miami, the Bayside Marketplace is a farmer’s marketplace with plenty of tourist attractions. You can take a boat tour while taking pictures from different angles. You can stay here the whole day eating, shopping and taking pictures.
This public pool is located in the Coral Gables and was opened in 1924. It was created from an old coral rock quarry. It has gained a historic status and thousands of people go there every year. Do not take children under the age of three to the Venetian Pool plus you also need to buy tickets or make a reservation.
Barnacle Historic State Park
Constructed by Commodore Ralph Middleton Monroe in 1891 in the Coconut Grove neighborhood, Barnacle Historic State Park sits on a 5-acre piece of land and is open every day from 9 am to 5 pm apart from Tuesday when it remains closed. You can take amazing pictures of Dade County’s old homes or the scenic Biscayne Bay.
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
This is a 2.6-acre urban green space in Miami Beach and was opened in 1962. It is a Japanese Garden with beautiful water features and is a nice place to take photos from Tuesday through Sunday.
Cape Florida Lighthouse
Originally constructed in 1825, the Cape Florida Lighthouse extends a few miles offshore the Florida Keys. It is 95 feet tall and is part of the Bill Baggs Cape Florida Park. Take 109 steps through the narrow and spiral staircase to enjoy the exquisite 360-degree view at the top.
This is a great spot for art enthusiasts and Instagrammers who are taken away by the colorful and vibrant murals of the walls on the buildings.
Also a United States National Historic Landmark, the doors to this building were opened in 1925 and was initially used as the headquarters of Miami News. Now, it’s a contemporary art museum.
This place has unique structures of wood stilt houses in Key Biscayne. Only seven structures remain but it’s still a beautiful place to take pictures.