Miami's Vizcaya Museum Finally Reopening Post-Irma

Miami's iconic Vizcaya estate is reopening, weeks after experiencing damage from Hurricane Irma.  

The federally-designated landmark, built during and after World War One by James Deering in Coconut Grove, will welcome visitors again Monday.  

Officials at Vizcaya say the 32-rooms of the main house and most of the gardens on the 50-acre site will be accessible to the public at the reopening, except for areas still undergoing repairs.

Ahead of the reopening, Vizcaya is looking for volunteers to assist in cleaning up the grounds on Saturday.

The cleanup will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Those interested in lending a hand can click here. Each volunteer must RSVP prior to Saturday morning.

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