We walked in and was immediately greeted and went on a tour right away (it was just us 4). The architecture was amazing and the interesting history to go along with it. We got to go on stage and even have a backstage tour of the old electrical board and the pulls for the various props and curtains. I have to say being up on the stage, even with it being empty besides my family members, it was very intimidating. We got to hear the Wurlitzer play (recorded) and the history on that. Very colorful and magical place to think it was in 1929! I couldn't imagine how much skill and tools they used to hand craft everything. Main attraction to me was the chandelier! It was huge and shiny. I could sit there for hours and just stare at how beautiful it was! Up stairs was amazing with the old dressing rooms and bathrooms. A must see when visiting Miami! The only thing is it is free but there is a donation box at the entrance.