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Miami Beach Convention Center

Miami Beach Convention Center is located in Miami Beach, Florida. It is a home of large conventions like Miami International Auto Show, Art Basel Miami Beach, Florida Supercon, and Forgiato Fest. It offers over 1 million square feet of meeting and exhibit space. Nestled in the heart of iconic Miami, it is surrounded by beautiful beaches, numerous shops and cafes, and upscale resorts.

www.miamibeachconvention.com – official website

Get an interactive floor plan to sell booths and navigate around the show

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Miami Beach Convention Center exhibit halls 3D floor plan

Find the right hall with the interactive Miami Beach Convention Center 3D floor plan. Select the halls below to see them highlighted on the plan.

Miami Beach Convention Center 3D floor plan
Miami Beach Convention Center floor plan by ExpoFP.com

Miami Beach Convention Center events calendar

Follow the links to get more details about the expo and a 3D image of the halls that the expo is in.

Date Event Hall
June 12–16, 2024 American Black Film Festival
June 19–21, 2024 FIME
July 12–14, 2024 Florida Supercon
July 22–25, 2024 National Homeland Security Conference
August 30 – September 8, 2024 Miami International Auto Show
September 16–18, 2024 Americas Food & Beverage Show & Conference
September 16–18, 2024 Food and Hospitality LATAM
September 18–19, 2024 Independent Hotel Show Hall D
October 21–23, 2024 WTE Miami
October 22–23, 2024 IntraLogisteX USA
October 27–30, 2024 eXpcon
November 12–14, 2024 Air Cargo Forum
May 23–24, 2025 Cosmetic Surgery & Wellness Expo

Miami Beach Convention Center Location

1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL

Getting there / Parking / Directions / Transportation

Parking

See the parking map for all the parking options. 

Public Transportation

The Center is available by buses 113 and 119.