Human Capital Conference 2013

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Art deco tour

A trained guide in Art Deco Preservation will join us for a private tour explaining, first, Art Deco, and, second, the Mediterranean Revival period. Reminiscent of Spain, Italy, France and Morocco, these buildings feature decorative columns, arched windows, clay barrel tile roofs as well as the modern interpretation, including architecture emulating planes, trains, and automobiles using materials such as aluminum, chrome, neon lighting and glass block. You will encounter the country's largest collection of Art Deco architecture in one place in Miami Beach. There are approximately 800 significant buildings, which are listed with the National Register of Historic Places.


The best of Miami: Private open air bus tour

The Miami Sightseeing Tour has been specifically designed to show you the best that Miami has to offer. You can enjoy it all from the comfort and great vantage point of our open-top buses. You will see all the most interesting and attractive areas: South Beach/Ocean Drive, Downtown Miami, the Art Deco Area and more. You'll see iconic buildings and monuments such as the Freedom Tower, the downtown skyline, Port of Miami and the Versace Mansion, not to mention the sleek shapes and vibrant colors of the Art Deco District.


Miami Duck Tour

Your will see Miami like never before both by land and by sea while remaining in one vehicle! The fun begins as soon as you board “The Duck”, a state-of the-art amphibious vehicle designed for touring comfort.

Your scenic tour will take you past famous Miami landmarks such as the Freedom Tower, Ocean Drive and the Art Deco District before a dramatic "Splash Down" into beautiful Biscayne Bay. The water tour will continue with views of the Downtown Skyline on your way to "Millionaires Row" to see the spectacular homes of the Rich & Famous. Along the way guests will enjoy music, trivia and interaction from enthusiastic “Duck” Guides. Tour vehicle is Coast Guard Certified and receives its annual inspection each year.


Rubell Family collection museum

The Rubell family art collection, which features some of the edgiest and most contemporary art work of the last 30 years attracts an average of 200 visitors per week. This visit will include a guided tour of their museum exhibits.

The museum was completely renovated in December of 2004. The exhibit space is over 45,000 square feet. This renovation also added a 45‘ by 110‘ covered sculpture garden in the rear and is complete with 20‘ high canopy, stone pavers, fans, lighting and, of course, sculptures.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a modern art museum and some of the exhibits may consist of sexually suggestive works.