Welcome to Art Deco Walks
Please join co-owners Marty and Paula on our Art Deco Walks tours, when we explore the diverse styles of architecture of South Beach. We'll show you spectacular Art Deco hotels where we have access to gorgeous lobbies and roof top swimming pools. In the process, you'll learn all about this "billion dollar sandbar" and the stories of the people who made Miami Beach what it is today, "America's Riviera". We offer daily walking tours as well as private group tours.
South Beach's 2014 summer season is in full swing! Our July weather is warm & humid, so we recommend morning tours (10 am) or twilight tours (6 pm) to avoid the hottest part of the day. Come walk with our top- rated walking tour company (per tripadvisor) and see what this slice of paradise has in store for you!
Call/text Marty @ 786.385.7143 for your tour now! We also offer French-language tours.
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- Tours are priced at $28 per person and tour times can be customized to fit your schedule, if the above starting times are not convenient.
Founded in 2011, we're the newest of the Art Deco walking tours in South Beach and are very pleased to have been awarded tripadvisor's Certificate of Excellence for 2014, the third year in a row to receive such an honor! Check our 140 tripadvisor five-star ratings for "Art Deco Walks with Marty and Paula" or tab to our Testimonials to learn more specifics about what past clients think about our tours.
There's a simple reason for the excellence of our walking tours: from first contact, to the tour itself, to the follow-up - we provide total customer service! And you will be sure to always have co-owners Marty or Paula as your guide, never a hired guide. Remember: it's not the tour, it's the guide who will ensure your satisfaction!
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