Delray’s Morikami Museum combines nature, art and history (includes video story)

The Morikami Museum, located in Delray Beach, is a center for Japanese culture with grand exhibitions and expansive gardens. 

Many visit the place in hopes of getting good pictures or recharging their spirits by surrounding themselves with nature. But what people really miss out on is the extensive history there.

Joy Sakai, NYU graduate, and Hoychee Kuh Ri Su, the designer of the Morikami, described the way the Morikami nurtures the connection between humans and nature. 

Interested in looking for something new to do in the city? Make a visit to Morikami. To purchase tickets and get more information check out their website.  

MORIKAMI MUSEUM AND JAPANESE GARDENS
Monday / Major holidays – Closed
Tuesday – Sunday (10 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Location: 4000 Morikami Park Rd, Delray Beach, FL 33446

Jessica Acosta is a junior majoring in Communications-Broadcasting at Florida International University. After her studies, she plans to pursue her dream career of working in the entertainment industry as an actress or even as a TV host.