Miami Springs, Virginia Gardens, & Medley, Florida
Miami Springs is located approximately 20 minutes’ drive west and north of Port Miami and about 15 minutes north of Miami International Airport. You will really get the small-town feel here. The center piece of activity is the Circle which appropriately enough is in the middle of downtown and features a large gazebo. The grounds play host to several festivals and events throughout the year including the Festival of Fine Arts and the River Cities Festival.
The City of Miami Springs was founded by Glenn Curtiss and his previous home has been restored and is run by a volunteer organization for community use. Weddings, corporate events and family functions are held there frequently.
The area featured Pueblo-style architecture when it was originally developed which is evidenced by the Fair Haven Nursing Home. The building housed the Hotel Country Club, reflecting the area’s name at that time of Country Club Estates. It was furnished at that time with Navajo furniture and rugs. Since then, it has served as John Harvey Kellogg’s Miami Battle Creek Sanitorium and a World War II Air Transport Command before settling in to shelter the older population.
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