THE FREEDOM TOWER
In 2025, Miami’s first skyscraper will turn 100 years old. While this National Historic Landmark is currently closed for renovations, Miami Dade College is creating state-of-the-art exhibitions that will allow visitors to immerse themselves in the iconic building’s history, including its role as the headquarters of the Miami Daily News, as well as the home of the Cuban Refugee Assistance Center, which welcomed hundreds of thousands of Cuban exiles to the United States. Help us build a world-class museum experience at the nexus of democracy, freedom, and education as a Friend of the Freedom Tower.
AN OUTSTANDING MONUMENT IN THE
HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI
The Freedom Tower is a rare historic constant in a city continually remaking itself. Reopening in 2025 for its centennial celebration, the new Freedom Tower galleries will inspire visitors through our shared history and our collective legacy of hope, courage, opportunity, and the quest for freedom.