You’re a photographer, videographer, editor, writer, or otherwise creative visionary. When the creative juices are flowing, there’s nothing that can stop you. But when the creative well is running dry, well… sometimes you need to take a break from your desk and grab inspiration from outside one of our creative studios. Luckily, Miami has no shortage of cool neighborhoods to explore, whether it’s on the weekend or during your lunch break. Here are some of the best Miami neighborhoods for overcoming creative block:

Arts & Entertainment District

Sandwiched between Wynwood and Downtown Miami, the Arts and Entertainment District houses a tight-knit art community within a grander urban landscape. Previously known as Omni, the emerging neighborhood has seen a recent influx of hip galleries, eateries, and other small businesses.

For a mind-bending modern art fix, spend hours admiring the collection at Fredric Snitzer Gallery. To get inspiration for your next project, book a seat at one of Adrienne Arsht Center’s many ballets, plays, and other performances.

Wynwood Art District

It’s impossible to get tired of Wynwood, because something new pops up every week. The hip neighborhood is a favorite nightlife and photoshoot destination for tourists and locals alike. While the walls and pop-ups in Wynwood are constantly changing, an installation that has stood the test of time is The Margulies Collection at the WAREhOUSE. The 45,000 square-foot converted warehouse has enough paintings, sculptures, and video installations to renew any artist’s creative spirit. To take a movie break, check out O Cinema Wynwood, which shows limited-run and indie films as well as local film festivals and events.

Design District

Nestled between Little Haiti and Buena Vista, the Design District is a hub of contemporary architecture, fashion, and art. The innovatively designed structures live harmoniously with the tropical scenery, creating the perfectly aesthetic backdrop for any photoshoot, film production, or creative brainstorm.

Primarily known for shopping, the Design District boasts over 100 luxury stores and fashion boutiques. Peruse the works of some of the world’s top designers for creative inspiration.

The Design District is also home to the Institute of Contemporary Art (or ICA), which features art from up-and-coming and world-renowned artists alike.

South Beach

Much of South Beach’s art deco architecture is preserved, making it easy to feel like you’ve been transported to the Scarface era. Stroll along Ocean Drive to enjoy the pastel hues and geometric elements inspired by various art movements.

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Ocean Drive to Juvia, a penthouse restaurant that recently won a James Beard award for design. If you don’t want to shell out the money for a decadent meal, simply take the elevator up the attached designer parking garage for breathtaking views of the city.

Finally, head to the beach for prime people watching, or to clear your mind to allow for creative inspiration to take over.

Coral Gables

Nicknamed “The City Beautiful,” Coral Gables melds lush greenery, Mediterranean architecture, and opulent landmarks to create one of Miami’s most aesthetically-pleasing neighborhoods. Take the winding tropical roads to the historic Biltmore Hotel, and walk the premises to be inspired by Italian, Moorish, and Spanish-influenced architecture set in 150 acres of tropical landscape. If you’re looking to go back to the fundamentals of your craft, nestle up with a book at the flagship location of Books & Books.