Miami’s Most Instagrammable Malls

Brickell City Centre, Miami’s newest open-air shopping mecca boasting over 100 retailers, has made use of its last remaining storefronts by transforming them into living, lush flower walls complete with neon signs, benches and fun phrases. The mall has partnered with local florists Oh My Garden, What The Flower (OMG, WTF) to bring bright foliage to Miami’s concrete jungle. Shoppers can snap pictures at any of the four flower murals and post them to Instagram with the hashtag #brickellcitycentre.

Aventura Mall’s Aventura Slide is a 93-foot glass-and-steel slide designed by German sculptor Carsten Höller. The slide is free to ride and is exists as an unusual, but newsworthy focal point. Guests can act like a kid again and take a boomerang coming out of the slide or take some avant-garde shots of the art. In addition, there are over twenty pieces of art from local and internationally renowned artists throughout the mall. The slide is part the mall’s recent $214 million expansion.

Miami Design District places an emphasis on bringing design, high fashion, art and architecture together. Each nook and cranny of the district features art installations such as the Fly’s Eye Dome, the Le Corbusier statue or the Jungle mural. The creative playground allows adults to use their imagination and think like a kid again.


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