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As an individual of Haitian descent and someone who is extremely proud of my heritage, this place is amazing!
I never knew this place existed as I have just moved from London but I will be sure to visit again and again.
The staff are very courteous also!
Just visited the museum with my brother and we had an amazing time. The art work was beautiful and inspiring. The Haitian Heritage Museum is a "Must-See" for all those visiting Miami.
Love this place. I highly recommend it.
Visited and joined as part of Miami Museum Month and this is the only place on the campaign that I visited or attempted to visit that I would see again. (Not all museums honored free admission as insinuated by the Miami Tourism BOGO campaign, btw.)
Evelyn was the perfect host, giving a knowledgeable and heartfelt personal tour of the very worthy exhibit honoring women. She spoke beautifully about each painting, all of which were approachable in price.
Worth a trip from the beach even if you skip the design district.
Amazing place to visit. Very inspirational and beautiful artwork to see there. Enjoyed beautiful Haitian art and ethnic sounds of Haitian music. Definitely visit there again.
Nice place to see Art's
A must to vist
Great place. Saw a really good exhibition there with contemporary photography
it's a shame! At the fanciest area close to little Haiti neighborhood, it's just a small gallery inside this building that looks like a mall -- super sad.
Awesome place great atmosphere, excellent food!! Would definitely come again!!
They went out of their way just to help me achieve my goals and i thank them very much!!
Awesome place. Our tour guide was so informative. She gave us detailed information on the art and artist on showcase during our visit. The experience was intimate and the art was beautiful. I learned a lot and would recommend the museum to others.
The contents of museum were very powerful and taught me a lot. The space was inviting and clean, however, the co-founder Eveline was not. From the beginning, she was was waving my husband off covering her face as he was taking a picture of me and the front of the museum. I informed her that he was taking a photo of me and her response was "Oh it must be a wide view." I ignored her and continued in. She never greeted me and my family where as the young gentlemen working in the front was pleasant and greeted us well. I asked to plug in my laptop as I enjoyed the museum and the young man happily obliged. Almost one second later Eveline was against it and said the museum didn't have space for that. After explaining to her that I was just plugging in my laptop and not actually working on it, she begrudgingly agreed. I appreciated that gesture. As a co-founder I would expect some form of greeting and overall review of the museum before we began exploring, but nothing. We made our way through the museum and were captivated by the content. It was about 3:15pm at this time and Eveline questioned how long we were going to take. I asked her what time they closed and her response was 5pm. I was confused at her question because we had an hour and 45mins left to look. She then said she had a few emergencies come up and she had to close early. We had only been in the museum 30 mins. I asked how long we had, which she answered by asking me how long I was going to stay. I mentioned our parking was up at 3:45pm and she agreed to allow us to stay until then. Mind you, we have paid to enter. We did not come here for free, so to be rushed was terrible. Ever since then I felt I was on a timer. Around 3:40pm Eveline starts singing gospel. It wasn't loud in the beginning but then she got louder and louder. As the museum is based on photos and writing, I am not sure how she expected the only 3 people in the museum to read the information posted with loud singing in the background. The singing got louder as time went on. It was as if she was making it impossible for us to stay longer and take in the content. I would of have extended my parking time if I felt welcomed and finished the tour but I left before I asked her to stop singing. I didn't get a chance to take in the whole other side of the museum and regret that as I no longer live in the state. The content was amazing, the customer service by Eveline, not so much.
Great place to visit with your family and with your friends. 5 stars
Enthusiastic curators. It ends as you enter and there's an entrance fees.
I didn’t know much about Haiti, beside the generic stuff they teach you about the revolution. This exhibit was very well done. Serge was a very good tour guide. He knew all his information and delivered it in a very candid way. The exhibit is $10 and so worth it. If you love history you should definitely check out this museum if your in Wynwood area in Miami.
Beautiful museum. Great location. Fantastic people to be around.
Host was sweet
This is an awesome place to take the family when they visit Miami. It gives them a look into one of the many cultures in the area. Also there is some...read this and 6 more