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Directions & Lodging

Wynwood is one of the most centrally-located neighborhoods in Miami. There are several ways to reach the neighborhood for a daytrip with family or a night out with friends.

Public Transportation:

The City of Miami Trolley is a free and fun way to travel around Miami’s urban core. It has stops throughout the city, including at the Wynwood Walls property on NW 2nd Avenue in the geographic heart of the Wynwood Arts District.

You can also catch the Metrobus, just take the Metrorail to downtown Miami and transfer to various bus routes available to you. Take Metrobus routes 2, 6, 77, or 277 from downtown’s Government Center right into the heart of the Arts District.

Trolley hours of operation:
Weekdays: 6:30 AM to 11:00 PM
Saturday: 6:30 AM to 11:00 PM
Sunday: No service

Don’t forget to download the Miami-Dade Transit Tracker app to plan your trip and track your ride in real-time. The new EASY Pay Miami app, also from Miami-Dade Transit, allows riders to purchase their fare from the palm of their hands. Buy your one-day pass ($5.65) with EASY Pay and head to Wynwood seamlessly. EASY Cards are still accepted at the Metrorail fare gates and on Metrobus for your convenience. Visit www.miamidade.gov/transit for more information.

Ride Sharing:

Freebee is a ‘smarter city’, advertising supported, local transportation solution. It is a fun, green and free travel option available to all in Miami’s most popular neighborhoods, including Wynwood. Users can request rides through a sophisticated, internally developed mobile app and enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience on their way to a destination of their choice in custom, branded electric ‘Freebee’ cars. For a free ride, simply download the Freebee app, request a ride and jump onboard! We’ll take you around town in our customized, eco-friendly cars, while connecting you to all the deals, discounts, and “Freebees” at your final destination!

Download the #RideFreebee app at http://ridefreebee.com/download/

Bike Sharing:

In an effort to enhance transportation and pedestrian experience in Wynwood, we have worked with the City of Miami and Citi Bike to facilitate the installation of shared bike stations. Four shared bike stations can be found throughout the neighborhood, for rent, at the following locations:

  • NW 2nd Avenue & 24th Street
  • NW 3rd Avenue & 27th Terrace
  • 26th Street & NW 2nd Avenue
  • NE 27th Street & N. Miami Avenue

Driving Directions

Whether you’re driving your own car or using a car-sharing service, Wynwood is located in close proximity to Miami’s major highways, making for easy access to the neighborhood.

From Miami Beach:

Take the MacArthur Causeway east to the mainland and exit onto Biscayne Boulevard/US-1 north. Continue north to NE 29th Street. Turn left at NE 29th Street and continue westbound to NW 2nd Avenue. A left turn at NW 2nd Avenue will place you in the heart of Wynwood.

From the North:

Take I-95 south to I-I95 east. Take the North Miami Avenue exit and head south (right turn) to 29th Street. Turn right at 29th Street and continue to the next traffic light at NW 2nd Avenue. A left turn at NW 2nd Avenue will place you in the heart of Wynwood.

From the South:

Take I-95 north to I-195 east. Take the North Miami Avenue exit and head south (right turn) to 29th Street. Turn right at 29th Street and continue to the next traffic light at NW 2nd Avenue. A left turn at NW 2nd Avenue will place you in the heart of Wynwood.

Parking

Once you’ve arrived at the neighborhood, you have many on-street parking options. Look out for the Pay by Phone signs for where to park. Download the app to your smartphone to conveniently pay for your spot via credit card. For more information visit the City of Miami Parking Authority.

Lodging

Made up primarily of active and restored warehouses, Wynwood does not offer traditional hotel accommodations. Lodging is available in nearby Edgewater, Downtown Miami, and Miami Beach.

For more information on where to stay visit http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/where-to-stay