Little Havana Nights Little Havana Tour Food Culture Day andNight

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Free Cuban Lunch plus tastings, Museums, Art Galleries, Performing Arts Center, Cigar Factories, Restaurants as well as the daytime and nightlife hot spots for Live Musical Band and Dancing with much more to see. See Miami Like a Native as you interact with local business owners and walk through the local neighborhood before getting to the Little Havana Entertainment District. Talk personally with Bay Of Pigs Soldiers Brigade 2506 at the Bay of Pigs Museum. (M-F 10am-3pm). Fun, Food, Culture, History, all mixed in one perfect package that will surely leave you with a lifetime Cultural Memory. And by the time you are finished, you will know Little Havana like the back of your hand.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Miami Beach Welcome Center

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Stop At: Little Havana Cigar Factory

We visit the World famous Little Havana Cigar Factory. As you will learn and see the Cuban techniques to rolling as well as various gifts available there. We offer this review from : Gary Warner: It was very informative and educational. We booked it and We definitely learned about the cigar industry and the process of creating the cigars I enjoy! I would highly recommend the tour! It was very helpful and we purchased cigars to take home!

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center

Randy Comments: Phenomenal atmosphere, music, and tons of art pieces. We got mojitos which were definitely worth the money. We have tried a bunch of mojitos in the area and this one blew them all out of the water......Ms Flowers Comments: It was fantastic! We had a very good time! Excellent music, cocktails, and dancing. We can't wait to visit again!

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Agustin Gainza Arts and Tavern

gustin Gainza Arts and Tavern is widely known as Taberna del Pintor. A new concept in Little Havana offering wine, tapas, and live music. A unique ambiance in Miami's Historic Calle 8 district, with the main protagonist Agustin Gainza. A South Florida art scene staple for over 15 years, Gaínza Art Gallery now transforms it's space serving small platters, lite bites and Gainza's famous Mojito. Now, you can admire the art of Agustín Gaínza, while you enjoy a glass of wine. His trajectory spans across more than 4 decades dedicated to drawing, etchings, ceramics and his constant medium, painting. He has exhibited in galleries in the United States, Europe and the Carribean, including his native country, Cuba.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Calle Ocho

Yisell Bakery in Calle Ocho A local bakery where all locals visit. We eat there every day, You will be able to taste the World Famous and locals favorite Pastelitos (Cuban Pastery) along with beef pastry and Arroz con leche with Cuban Coffee and flan. Sure to delight your taste buds and cravings.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Domino Park

Early Morning and afternoon and the beginning of a new week. Laughter and voices mix simultaneously, a perfect match for the festive ambiance. Dominoes smack against several tables, the clatter rising into a melody. Maximo Gomez Park, better known as the Domino Park, is like many other Miami places, a convergence of different identities. It is here, in Little Havana, in the space on the corner of Southwest Eighth Street and 15th Avenue — just steps away from the Tower Theater — that locals have played Dominoes for decades. Now tourists insist on bearing witness to the game in which camaraderie and rivalry intertwine.Silence gives way to concentration. Dominoes and laughter, like castanets, interrupt the truce and signal that the game has started on the table under one of the gazebos. Truly n experience you won't forget.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Miami Tower

MDC's Tower Theater, is one of Miami's oldest cultural landmarks. When it opened in December 1926, it was the finest state-of-the-art theater in the South. It is located on SW Eighth Street and Fifteenth Avenue in Miami, Florida. During the late fifties and throughout the sixties, large numbers of Cuban refugees fled to Miami. The area surrounding S.W. Eighth Street - "Calle Ocho" - became a place of new beginnings. For many Cuban families, films at MDC's Tower Theater were an introduction to American culture in addition to pure entertainment. Soon MDC's Tower Theater altered its programming to include English-language films with Spanish subtitles, and eventually Spanish-language films. It is still operating after 93 years.

Stop At: Bay of Pigs Museum

The failed Bay of Pigs invasion made Castro increasingly wary of further US intervention and more open to Soviet suggestions of placing nuclear weapons on Cuba to ensure its security. A year and a half after the invasion he pursued closer relations with the Soviet Union, partly for protection, which helped pave the way for the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962. Accompanying note: "In the heart of metropolitan Miami is a city within a city known as 'Little Havana.' Over five-hundred thousand Cuban-Americans have settled in the Miami area since the first large exodus of 1959." We visit the bay Of Pigs Memorial with a short history lesson from a Cuban Expert Tour Guide.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Ball & Chain

Iconic nightclub from the 1930s-1950s reemerges as a live-music venue with Cuban-style food & drink. We visit with a pass by and finish here for those who want to stay after the tour is over with discounts and specials.
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