10: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, Florida
The Vizcaya is the epitome of Floridian elegance. The mansion was built between the years 1914 and 1922 to become the home of James Deering. On the outside, the Vizcaya looks like an Italian palazzo, along with beautiful bridges, grottos, and gardens. There are also French elements throughout the grounds that blend together for a picturesque environment. A special feature about the Vizcaya would be that, unlike many other mansions that have been converted into museums, this building has kept all the original furnishings, which are now over 100 years old.
Address: 3251 S Miami Ave,
Miami, FL 33129