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Open House Miami is part of a global effort to make cities more open, accessible, and equitable by providing unique views and perspectives to residents and visitors.

Behind the scenes peeks, tours, expert lectures, performances, and curated experiences – all open and free to the public – over two full days of exploration, connection, and celebration of our vibrant city!

2025 dates to be announced soon!

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“At the heart of what makes a destination a great place to visit, is that it first has to be a great place to live, work and play,” said GMCVB President & CEO David Whitaker


“Open House will provide visitors and our residents alike, a first-time peek behind the scenes of iconic buildings and venues that were not only instrumental in our history but instrumental in building and defining our brand.  A true sense of place begins with the places that shape and reflect our spirit and our heritage, both yesterday and today.”

"As an internationally recognized event, Open House provides immersive, participatory opportunities for residents and visitors alike to access Miami Beach's iconic art deco buildings and signature, architectural landmarks," said Executive Director of the MBVCA Grisette Marcos. "This marquee experience will positively benefit our city's hotels, restaurants and local businesses"

About Open House Worldwide

Open House Worldwide is a network of almost 60 organizations hosting festivals and conversations about architecture, design and cities across the globe.

With more than 2 million visits to buildings in 2023, Open House Worldwide is the largest celebration of the urban landscape in the world.

Open House Miami is produced by The Miami Center for Architecture & Design (MCAD), in partnership with the American Institute of Architects (AIA Miami), Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) and the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA).

“We are thrilled that the Miami Center for Architecture & Design is bringing this wonderful celebration of architecture to our community,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava.


“Miami-Dade is the perfect place for this festival. We are home to such an eclectic mix of architecture and history, and we are so proud to showcase it to the world,” said the Mayor Levine Cava.

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