Cuban Memorial Boulevard
- Address: SW 13TH Ave, 33135, Miami, United States, 33135
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park, Memorial, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Parks
Cuban Memorial Boulevard - Review
The eternal fire makes Cuban Memorial Boulevard a worth visiting site. Your knowledge regarding the Cuban soldiers will increase by looking at the memoirs of martyrs. In the middle of the park, a brilliant artwork by a famous artist named Anna Mendieta remains hanging on the Ceiba tree. Along with the memoirs of war heroes there are statues of Virgin Mary and a 16 feet long map featuring Island of Cuba. The statue of Mary becomes a strategic point as flowers surround this place and it was believed that animal sacrifice was offered to her. The Bay of Pigs monument stands tall at the Cuban Memorial Boulevard which is quite attractive.
How To reach Cuban Memorial Boulevard by Public Transport
- Buses 8, 208 to stop- SW 8 St & SW 12 CT
- Buses 8, 208 to stop- SW 8 St & SW 13 CT
More about Cuban Memorial Boulevard
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Cuban Memorial Boulevard, Miami Reviews
Nice place to chill and also to study. a little bit dark at night time though.
This is a nice park with a shady place to walk and interesting statues and monuments to the Cuban people.
Decent park for Miami, fair amount of drinking and homelessness. Interesting memorials. Good place for a dog walk.
It a really nice park to take a walk, read a book or just to be alone. It peace and quiet .
Its ok not many events or parking places but great to skate, walk, mediate but I use to go at midnight way more peaceful for me