Welcome to Art Deco Walks
Please join Marty and Paula on our Art Deco Walks tours, when we explore the diverse styles of architecture of South Beach. We'll show you some spectacular Art Deco hotels and lobbies, roof top swimming pools and, in the process, you'll learn all about our "billion dollar sandbar" and the stories of the people who made Miami Beach what it is today, America's Riviera.
South Beach's peak 2013/14 winter season, with its bright blue skies, low humidity and gorgeous ocean breezes, has arrived! Our daytime weather is warm with temperatures in the low 80's, and cooler evenings perfect for our Twilight Tours followed by al fresco dining. So come walk with us and see what our slice of paradise has in store for you!
For tours in English or French, call/text Marty 786.385.7143. For tours in English call/text Paula 305.519.1149
We don't interupt our tours to take calls, so If there's no answer when you call, please leave us a message & we'll get right back to you!
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Tours are priced at $28 per person and tour times are customized to fit your schedule; however, we recommend 10 am for morning tours, when the sunlight is best on the buildings, and 4 pm for twilight tours.
Founded in 2011, we're the newest of the Art Deco walking tours in South Beach and are very pleased to have been awarded Trip Advisor's Certificate of Excellence for 2012 and again for 2013! Check our 110 Trip Advisor five-star ratings for "Art Deco Walks with Marty and Paula" or tab to our Testimonials to learn more specifics about our tours.
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