The Coral Gables Museum is located in the City's former Police and Fire Station, a 1939 LEED certified building listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Gables Bike Tours are offered every third Sunday of the month.
On view this fall is the exhibit "Boundaries" featuring the works of historic presidential inaugural poet Richard Blanco and photographer Jacob Hessler.
On view this fall is the originally produced "Sheltering Survivors" exhibit, featuring humanitarian shelter design being used world-wide today.
The Museum provides Exhibit and City Tours to over 6,000 K-12 students annually, teaching them about local history as well as current topics in architecture, urban planning and sustainable development.
Saturday Morning Downtown Walking Tours
Guests enjoy a guided walking tour of downtown Coral Gables focusing on history and architecture.
Family Day on Aragon
The second Saturday of each month, the Museum offers complimentary admission, with family-friendly activities (arts and crafts, exhibit scavenger hunts) and performances.
Gables Bike Tours
The third Sunday of each month, the Coral Museum offers themed, guided family-friendly bike tours through Coral Gables and beyond.
City Trekker Camp Program
Campers ages 5-12 explore the all that the Museum and the City of Coral Gables have to offer. They learn about art, architecture, history and more through tours, activities and special presentations.
Gallery Night Live
The Museum offers free admission and live music on the first Friday of each month in conjunction with Coral Gables Gallery Night.
Community Programs Director
School Programs Manager
Front Desk Manager
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