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Visit Lincoln Road – Miami’s world-famous shopping street

Published On: April 12, 2023Categories: Art Exhibitions, Art gallery, Eating out, Markets, Shoppings, Tourist attractionsTags:

Miami is famous for its beaches, vibrant nightlife, and Latin-American culture, but there’s another side to the city that often gets overlooked: the world-famous shopping. If you love shopping more than Rachel Green from Friends and you plan on staying with us at Freehand Miami, then there’s no better place to experience Miami’s fashion scene than Lincoln Road.

Lincoln Road is a pedestrian mall that’s been a fixture of South Beach for over a century. With a mix of high-end designer stores, trendy boutiques, and outdoor cafes, Lincoln Road has something for everyone, making it a must-visit destination for both locals and tourists alike. 

In the guide below, we’ll take a closer look at why Lincoln Road has become one of Miami’s top shopping destinations, and what you can expect to find when you visit this iconic street.

Where is Lincoln Road in Miami?

Lincoln Road is located in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Miami’s South Beach – extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Biscayne Bay to the west. One of the key features of this shopping district is that it’s a pedestrian-only street, so no cars or taxis can travel down it. This allows you to enjoy the shopping, dining, and entertainment offerings in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.

What is there to do at Lincoln Road Miami Beach?

If you love shopping, then you need to spend an afternoon at Lincoln Road. This mall is one of the most unique shopping districts in the States, full of stunning architecture, rich culture and high-end retail stores. 


Lincoln Road in Miami is a shopper’s paradise, offering a diverse range of stores catering to all tastes and budgets. High-end brands like Armani Exchange and All Saints have stores here, alongside popular retailers such as Zara, H&M, and Forever 21. 

There are also plenty of speciality boutiques and independent shops, showcasing unique fashion and accessories that you won’t find anywhere else, such as Showfields. If you’re visiting the city during the Miami Grand Prix – don’t forget to check out the official Formula 1 store, full of team merch that’ll excite any F1 fan.

Art & Culture

In addition to its shopping and dining options, Lincoln Road also offers a wealth of cultural experiences. The street is home to several art galleries that showcase a diverse range of contemporary art, such as the Romero Britto and Lumas Gallery. 

Lincoln Road is also a hub for performing arts, with multiple theatres and venues hosting plays, musical performances, and cultural events throughout the year. We recommend you check out the Colony Theatre, which is renowned for its Art Deco architecture and state-of-the-art performing arts.

Are there any events that take place at Lincoln Road?

There’s plenty! Lincoln Road hosts a variety of events throughout the year, ranging from art festivals to music performances and cultural celebrations. Some of the popular events that take place on Lincoln Road include the annual Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade, the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, and the Miami Beach Art Deco Weekend. 

In addition, Lincoln Road often hosts live music performances, local farmer’s markets and outdoor movie screenings, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Be sure to check out the events calendar on the Lincoln Road website to find out what’s happening during your visit.

How to get there from Freehand Miami?

If you’re planning on spending an afternoon at Freehand Miami, you’ll be glad to hear that Wrigley Field is easy to reach. There are a few options you have to reach the stadium:

  • Car or Taxi (approx 4 minutes)
  • Walk (25 minutes): Start on Indian Creek Dr and head towards 26th St. Turn onto Collins Avenue and continue down the street until you reach Lincoln Road.
  • Bus (approx 7 minutes including walking): Take the L bus from Indian Creek Dr & 27 St to Washington Av & 17 St. From there, walk south on Washington Ave toward BA Caputo Way and turn left onto Lincoln Road.