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Free tours of the Adrienne Arsht Center

The Adrienne Arsht Center offers a free tour every Monday and Saturday at noon. The tour lasts approximately one hour. No reservations are required.

Tours depart from the lobby of the Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House. You might even see some production happenings if the timing is right.

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Highlights of the tour include:

  • Information about the Center's architecture, history and stars such as Cirque du Soleil, Billy Crystal and Idina Menzel.
  • A walk through all the theaters, from lobbies to stage, including glimpses into private meeting rooms and lounges not open to the public.
  • Views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline from the Center's upper tiers and Biscayne Boulevard pedestrian bridge.
  • Art in Public Places installations created by renowned artists. (Attendees at performances may view the collection beginning one hour prior to curtain).

Tours are given once a month in Spanish. For 2024, Spanish-language tours are planned for these dates:

  • June 15, 2024
  • July 20, 2024
  • August 17, 2024
  • September 21, 2024

The Adrienne Arsht Center is at 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, 33132. For more info, email or call 786-468-2326.

PayByPhone parking is available on streets surrounding the Center, including locations 40602, 40603 and 40908. For further information, please visit or the Miami Parking Authority website. 

Tours may be canceled because of special events, so it's always smart to call ahead and verify the tour is on before you come.

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