Florida is home to some incredible places that can transport you to other worlds with their colors, architecture, and natural beauty. While looking through virtual tours and photo highlights of your favorite spots around the Sunshine State passed the time during quarantine, there’s nothing quite like the real thing. Now that the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is officially reopening to the public, you can finally visit this stunning place in person.

The winding gardens and elaborate Main House opened to the public on June 4, and while guests can finally enjoy the otherworldly beauty of the museum again, it comes with some adjustments.

The museum will be open Thursday through Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with last admissions at 4:30 p.m.

Tickets must be bought online in advance to reduce touch points, and they're currently discounted! Usually $22 for adults, you can now snag them for $18.

Social distancing is a must and the website states that capacity will be limited, so you’ll want to make sure you reserve your ticket in advance and get there early.

Masks are required for indoor venues and encouraged while exploring the gardens outdoors as well, with group sizes limited to 10 people. You can expect to see increased cleaning throughout the day.

The on-site café will be closed, so you’ll probably want to bring your own water bottle too.

Vizcaya also offers free access to virtual items and experiences with zoom backgrounds, virtual tours, coloring pages, behind-the-scenes videos, and more.

10 acres of stunning gardens and breathtaking architecture that'll whisk you away with Italy vibes await you at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. If you don't think you'll be heading out just yet, you can still explore the gardens virtually from the comfort of your couch.