The Miami Paper Museum, located within the Biltmore Hotel, is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. It has a goal to spread awareness and teach others about the importance of recycling paper and reusing it by making handmade paper.
The Miami Paper Museum receives scraps and leftover paper from different printing companies, recycles and reuses it to make exclusive invitations, stationary, and greeting cards. The museum is designed for children, teens, adults, seniors, family, scholars, tourists, designers, and the community. The museum offers workshops, semi-private classes, and group classes in paper history, papermaking, cuneiform script, chancery, copperplate, and letterpress.