The 30 Most Instagrammable Places in Miami

Remember the days when you specifically went to Wynwood for the ’gram? Yeah, we’ve all been there. But Miami is home to an abundance of photo-ready locations beyond the Arts District. Here, 30 places to explore and take some of the most stunning photos your feed has ever seen.

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1. Miami Design District

Don’t have $3,000 to drop on a new handbag? No worries. Bring your camera—photos are free in the Design District.

140 NE 39th St. Miami;

2. Burr’s Berry Farm

Heaven? Sort of. It’s Burr’s Berry Farm and the photo opps are E-N-D-L-E-S-S.

12741 SW 216th St. Miami;

3. Big Pink

You mean to tell me you can get an amazing ‘gram here and even more amazing cheeseburger? Um, yes to everything.

157 Collins Ave, Miami Beach;

4. Bachour Miami

Pastry mastermind Antonio Bachour is known for posting downright drool-worthy shots of his desserts to 900,000 followers (and counting)—and now you can get in on the action by visiting one of his namesake bakery and restaurant locations in Coral Gables, Miami Beach and Doral. (P.S. You’re going to want to get a few pastries for the road after you’re done photoshooting.)

2020 Salzedo St. Coral Gables;

5. Nautilus By Arlo

South Beach hotel or middle of the rain forest? Once you’re inside, it’s truly hard to tell.

1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach;

6. Dbakers Sweet Studio

No need to venture across Wynwood to find wall art. We’re swooning over this adorable mural in midtown. The best part? After you’re done taking a few photos, you can stop inside for some of Miami’s best desserts.

3501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami;

7. Villa Vizcaya

Yep, Miami has its own Italian estate replete with waterfront views and beautiful winding gardens. NBD.

3251 South Miami Ave., Miami;

8. Pérez Art Museum Miami

Show off your cultured side and post a contemplative photo of yourself next to a life-sized sculpture. Or just post photos of yourself on a swing outside. That works too.

1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami;

9. The Biltmore

Is anything more iconic than the Biltmore Hotel? After all, it is the only hotel in Miami designated as a National Historic Landmark. (Psst: It’s also one of the most desired spots for wedding shoots.)

1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables;

10. The Frost Science Museum

Did we mention we love the Frost Museum of Science? From the planetarium to the aquarium and every exhibit in between, we think you’ll love it just as much. Just remember to look up from your camera every once in a while, K?

1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami;

11. Miami Beach

Maintaining your social media presence doesn’t have to cut into your beach time. And it doesn’t have to mean snapping a basic photo of the sand, either. Case in point: We can’t get enough of Miami Beach’s whimsical lifeguard stands.

500 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach;

12. Faena Hotel Miami Beach

Yup, this hotel palace pretty much speaks for itself.

3201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL;

13. Liv

The upscale nightclub is something we all have to experience (and photograph) at least once.

4441 Collins Ave, Miami;

14. Broken Shaker

Sometimes life works out: One of our favorite pool bars happens to be in the same place as one of our favorite photo spots. Which means we can reward our ’gramming with a boozy punch bowl.

2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach

15. Ocean Drive

Two words: art deco. Need we say more?

16. Basement At The Miami Beach Edition

Maybe it’s the neon lights. Or maybe it’s the fact that there’s a bowling alley (and an ice-skating rink) inside our favorite nightclub. Whatever it is, we love it and it makes for a pretty fabulous upload.

2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach;

17. The Villa At Casa Casurina

Every detail at the former home of Italian designer Gianni Versace is worthy of your Instagram feed as far as we’re concerned. You’ll never stop discovering new angles here.

1116 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach;

18. Stiltsville

About a mile south of Cape Florida, this cluster of pastel-colored wood-framed houses is Miami’s best-kept secret. No matter the season or time of day, this spot is always ready for its closeup.

1787 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach;

19. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Right in the middle of South Miami, find this serene slice of heaven. The flowers, the birds, the sunsets—it’s a visit you’ll be daydreaming about for weeks afterward.

10901 Old Cutler Road Coral Gables;

20. Juvia

With panoramic views of South Beach, this swanky penthouse retreat is totally photo-worthy, but it’s more than a pretty post. The menu features a mix of French, Peruvian and Japanese cooking, and whether you’re having the truffle ceviche or crispy prosciutto-topped burrata, you’re in for a memorable meal.

1111 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach;

21. 1 Hotel South Beach

Every Miami lady needs an obligatory (and breathtakingly gorgeous) hotel pool ’gram.

2341 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach;

22. Downtown Miami Skyline

Disclaimer: You may need a boat for this one. It can be easy to forget just how pretty Miami really is. Document it with a photo of its ever-growing, twinkling skyline.

23. Guitar Hotel

NBD… just a 450-foot guitar towering in the air…

1 Seminole Way, Hollywood;

24. Moore Building

Pass by the 1920s-esque Moore Building to take in four floors of white, photo-ready arcaded spaces.

191 NE 40th St., Miami;

25. The Goodtime Hotel

It’s impossible not to have a good time here. Just look at this perfectly pink place. It’s an Instagram lover’s heaven.

601 Washington Ave., Miami Beach;

26. Tower Theater

One of Miami’s oldest landmarks dating back to the mid ‘20s, the Tower Theater in Little Havana is still ready for a close-up. Cool, eh?

1508 SW 8th St., Miami;

27. Miami Mountain

Whoever said Miami didn’t have mountains was clearly wrong…

2100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach;

28. Azucar Ice Cream

Come for the ‘gram, leave with some killer ice cream.

1503 SW 8th St., Miami;

29. Colony Hotel

With so many Art Deco-era hotels to choose from, it’s a safe bet to say the Colony is one of the most iconic.

736 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach;

30. Swan

Transport yourself (and all your virtual fans) to a whole new world inside this peachy-hued dining room.

90 NE 39th St., Miami;

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Miami Editor

Clarissa Buch Zilberman is a writer and editor based in Miami. Focused on food, lifestyle, and travel, her work has appeared in Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure, Bon Appétit, and...