Planning to visit the Little Haiti Cultural Complex?
We want you to be part of our family and experience the beauty of Little Haiti. This is why we offer several ways for you engage with us to help maintain and develop the complex. Whether you are a student aspiring a career in cultural arts, an artist looking to showcase their talent; a businessman who cares about the local history; or a couple looking to get married in a colorful and vibrant venue. We have something for all of you!
The Art Gallery serves as a space for local residents and artists abroad to display a vast collection of artwork. To expose the public to…
Also known as the “Mache Ayisyen”, the 9,000 sq. ft. marketplace is the Little Haiti Cultural Complex’s largest venue space. Visit the Caribbean Marketplace during…
The Theatre provides a dynamic opportunity for playwrights and actors to develop new works and create live theater and film. We support all cultures and…
In the news
- 04 NovRead more
Big Night in Little Haiti — the music, food, and arts festival that celebrates the rich Haitian culture of Miami — returns this Saturday, November
- 19 OctRead more
Miami transforms into the flashy center of the art world each December for Art Basel. But this week, the city will morph into a more
- 16 SepRead more
On Friday, the Republican candidate for president, Donald Trump, met with the Haitian-American community in Miami’s Little Haiti. It would be a historic first for
What our visitors saying about their experience
From the first time I was given a tour of the space, I fell in love with the facilities, the people and their mission. That’s why we threw Yelp’s Big Bite in Little Haiti at this venue in September… More people need to know it exists!Cassie G.
A great combination of live music, vibrant art, delicious food and interesting people.Mercedes M.
One could feel only warmth and the love at this center located right in the middle of Miami’s Little Haiti area where a lot of natives [of Haiti] reside.Michael S.
LOVE. THIS. PLACE. As a tourist, this was a great stop. It’s open until 9 pm, has a marketplace, an arts-and-crafts store, an art exhibition gallery. And you don’t want to miss Big Fridays in Little Haiti, which is a free music event on the third Friday of every month.Betty Ming