The Wolfsonian, Miami
If you’d like to see for yourself the effective power of art & design, then one Miami travel attraction you ought to check out is the Wolfsonian—Florida International University, which is a research center, library and museum in one that houses over 70,000 interesting objects, with a match collection from Egypt’s King Farouk and a fascinating propaganda of the Nazis running the gamut.
In addition, you’d also see creations from modernists like Marcel Duchamp and Charles Eames, and all of these crazy yet truly captivating collections could be witnessed for merely $7. Find out more about the Wolfsonian—FIU in this overview published on its official website:
The Wolfsonian–Florida International University is a museum, library, and research center that use objects to illustrate the persuasive power of art and design, to explore what it means to be modern, and to tell the story of social, historical, and technological changes that have transformed our world. The collections comprise approximately 120,000 objects from the period of 1885 to 1945—the height of the Industrial Revolution to the end of the Second World War—in a variety of media including furniture; industrial-design objects; works in glass, ceramics, and metal; rare books; periodicals; ephemera; works on paper; paintings; textiles; and medals.