The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, formerly known as Villa Vizcaya, is the former villa and property of businessman James Deering, of Deering McCormick-International Harvester fort, in Biscayne Bay in Miami’s current Coconut Grove neighborhood. The estate of Vizcaya of the early twentieth century also includes: extensive gardens of the Italian Renaissance; Landscape of native forests; And a complex of old buildings of the village. The landscape and architecture were influenced by the Venetian and Tuscan models of the Italian Renaissance and designed in the Mediterranean style of Renaissance architecture, with baroque elements. Paul Chalfin was the design director.
Miami-Dade County now has the Vizcaya feature, such as the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, which is open to the public. ‘Villa Vizcaya’ is served by Vizcaya Station of Miami Metrorail. Do not miss visiting this beautiful Palace, if you are in Miami.