Discovered in 1998, the "Brickell Point Site" was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002 and the "Miami Circle" in 2007. Miami Circle at Brickell Point is a National Historic Landmark (2009) and archaeological site, which is located at the mouth of the Miami River in downtown Miami, Florida.
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MORE ABOUT THE MIAMI CIRCLE AND THE TEQUESTA PEOPLE
Watch a BBC News documentary about the Miami Circle
Listen to an expert: Ryan Wheeler, State Archaeologist at Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research
PLAN YOUR VISIT
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE PARK ADDRESS:
461 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131 open 24 hours with interpretive signage and audio tour.
Visit HistoryMiami Museum at 101 West Flagler Street, Miami. Their permanent exhibit “Tropical Dreams: A People’s History of South Florida” documents the history of south Florida from 10,000 years ago to the recent past. Highlights include an exhibit “First Arrivals: The Archaeology of Southern Florida,” which features artifacts from the Miami Circle.
page information credit: Florida Division of Historical Resources, Palm Beach County, Miami-Dade County, Wikipedia, HistoryMiami, Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, The Florida Anthropologist, Miami Herald
photos from the sources listed above, as well as publicly posted online sites with thanks to the contributors