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Recommended Attractions and Activities

Experience Greater Miami and the Beaches’ many unique attractions. Lounge in spring-fed pools and in poolside lounges. Stroll intimate botanical gardens and huge public parks, from high-and-dry to underwater. Watch dolphins leap. Hear parrots talk. Ride boats that glide on air. Marvel at the fascinating architecture, from a medieval Spanish monastery to Streamline Moderne hotels. If you’re here during Miami Attractions Month in October, make sure to check www.MiamiAttractionsMonth.com for special offers at participating attractions.


Ancient Spanish Monastery

healthcareBuilt in Segovia, Spain in 1141, the Monastery Cloister is the oldest building in the Western Hemisphere. Newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst brought the pieces to America, and in 1952 Miami developers reassembled the monastery on its current site.

16711 W. Dixie Highway,
North Miami Beach, FL 33160
Phone: 305/945-1461

Art Deco Historic District

The nation’s largest 20th Century National Register Historic District features more than 800 historic buildings erected during the 1920s, 30s and 40s, and contains a variety of architectural styles. Walking, bicycle and private group tours are available.

c/o Miami Design Preservation League
1001 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: 305/672-2014

Biscayne National Park

A 53-foot glass-bottom boat and a 45-foot diving and snorkeling catamaran take adventurers across southern Biscayne Bay, through wilderness, mangrove creeks, islands, and out to tropical coral reefs teeming with sea life. Family snorkeling and scuba diving are available from the boat.

9700 SW 328th St.,
Homestead, FL 33033
Phone: 305/230-7275

Biscayne Nature Center

The center offers hands-on marine exploration, coastal hammock hikes, fossil-rock reef walks, local history lectures and beach walks. Marine exploration trips are scheduled at low tide only. All trips are led by a naturalist guide.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center
6767 Crandon Blvd.,
Key Biscayne, FL 33149
Phone: 305/361-6767

Cauley Square Historic Village

This nostalgic village offers a glimpse of Old South Florida at its best. Its quaint cottages have been restored into a labyrinth of antiques, boutiques and specialty shops, featuring unique items to delight the discerning shopper. The garden paths invite guests to casually stroll in the shade.

22400 Old Dixie Highway (US 1),
Miami, FL 33170
Phone: 305/258-3543

Coopertown Airboat Rides And Restaurant

healthcareOffering airboat rides and alligator exhibitions since 1945. Professional guides lead tours through Hardwood Hammock to see wildlife in its native Everglades environment. Gift shop and restaurant with a menu that includes frog legs and gator tail. Call ahead to book a private tour.

22700 SW 8th St.,
Miami, FL 33194
Phone: 305/226-6048

Coral Castle Museum

This quirky monument is one of Greater Miami’s more unusual attractions. Giant pieces of coral rock were carved into a variety of objects by Edward Leedskalnin in the 1920s, as a tribute to unrequited love.

28655 S. Dixie Highway,
Homestead, FL 33033
Phone: 305/248-6345

Coral gables Merrick House

This is the boyhood home of George E. Merrick, founder and developer of the City of Coral Gables. It originally began as an 1899 frame house, and was added onto in 1907. The house has been restored to the 1920s period and filled with the Merrick family’s art, furniture and personal treasures.

907 Coral Way,
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Phone: 305/460-5095

Deering Estate at Cutler

This 444-acre environmental, archaeological and historical preserve is located along the edge of Biscayne Bay. From canoe rides to butterfly hikes and guided nature tours, the Estate offers diverse activities for the whole family to enjoy.

16701 SW 72nd Ave.,
Miami, FL 33157
Phone: 305/235-1668

Dezer Collection

This large and unique automobile museum and event space features 1,200 vehicles including The James Bond Exhibition, Hollywood Cars of the Stars, and American/European Classics. It has eight beautifully appointed event spaces able to accommodate parties of every size, from 50-1,500 guests.

2000 NE 146th St.,
North Miami, FL 33181
Phone: 305/354-7680

Dolphin Harbor

Enjoy the Dolphin Odyssey, a deep-water experience including a dorsal tow on one of the dolphins. Or book a Dolphin Encounter, a shallow-water experience where guests touch, feed and play with the dolphins. For more of a behind-the-scenes experience, enroll to be Trainer for a Day.

Miami Seaquarium
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway,
Miami, FL 33149
Phone: 305/365-2501

Everglades Alligator Farm

healthcareExplore the Everglades on a thrilling airboat tour and enjoy live shows every hour featuring alligators and snakes.

40351 SW 192nd Ave.,
Florida City, FL 33034
Phone: 305/247-2628

Everglades National Park

healthcareThis is the third-largest National Park in the Continental U.S. and the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S. The 1.5-million-acre park boasts rare and endangered species living in a variety of habitats. There are four visitor centers, hiking and biking nature trails, and excellent fishing.

40001 State Road 9336,
Homestead, FL 33034
Phone: 305/242-7700

Everglades Safari Park

The park features an alligator farm and show, guided airboat rides, a jungle trail, an interpretive center, a restaurant and a gift shop. Private tours are available.

26700 Tamiami Trail (SW 8th Street),
Miami, FL 33194
Phone: 305/226-6923

Fairchild tropical Botanic Garden

This conservation and education-based garden is dedicated to exploring, explaining and conserving the world of tropical plants. It has the world’s greatest living collection of palms and cycads, and hosts popular events like the International Mango and Orchid Festivals, the Ramble and concerts.

10901 Old Cutler Road,
Coral Gables, FL 33156
Phone: 305/667-1651

Fruit & Spice Park

healthcareEstablished in 1944, this tropical paradise is nestled in the heart of the Redland District, just 35 miles south of Downtown Miami. More than 500 varieties of exotic fruits, herbs, spices and nuts from throughout the world are found in this lush 39-acre park.

24801 SW 187th Ave.,
Homestead, FL 33031
Phone: 305/247-5727


This is the place to play and have a good time. Enjoy great food, great drinks and interactive video games for everyone.

5701 Sunset Drive, Suite 330,
South Miami, FL 33143
Phone: 305/667-4263


Miami’s attraction pass features more than 40 Miami area attractions plus discounts on shopping and dining. Customers may choose from one, two, three, five or seven days of unlimited free admission to Miami’s very best attractions, museums, tours and cruises, and have two weeks to use it.

Phone: 866/637-8817

Grapeland Water Park

healthcareThis family-friendly water park features four pools with slides, tube rides and recreational swimming. Open April-October.

1550 NW 37th Ave.,
Miami, FL 33126
Phone: 305/960-2950

Island Queen Cruises Inc.

Sit back and relax for an unforgettable bilingual narrated sightseeing cruise along scenic Biscayne Bay. See Miami’s spectacular coastal sites including the beautiful Downtown Miami skyline, the Port of Miami, Fisher Island, Miami Beach and “Millionaire’s Row” – the homes of the rich and famous.

Boat Location: Bayside Marketplace
Office: 555 NE 15th St., Suite 102,
Miami, FL 33132
Phone: 305/379-5119

Jungle Island

Step into a lush jungle and mingle with birds, monkeys and rare creatures. The jungle is home to a 900-pound liger, twin orangutans, and its newest residents, a spotted leopard and a melanistic (or black) leopard. See spectacular animal shows, then cuddle up to kangaroos, penguins, lemurs and more.

1111 Parrot Jungle Trail,
Miami, FL 33132
Phone: 305/400-7000

MIAMI Exotic Auto Racing

healthcareGuests can get behind the wheel of their favorite exotic car, and learn to race from the best pro drivers.

1 Speedway Blvd.,
Homestead, FL 33035
Phone: 866/469-7223

MIAMI Seaquarium

Home of Lolita, the Killer Whale and TV superstar Flipper, with entertaining shows and xhibits. Laugh with Salty the Sea Lion and be amazed by high-flying dolphins. See endangered manatees. The new Sea Trek Reef Encounter lets guests walk underwater among tropical fish and other marine creatures.
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway,

Miami, FL 33149
Phone: 305/361-5705

Miccosukee Indian Village

Observe Miccosukee Indians as they engage in the art of doll making, beadwork, patchwork and basket weaving. Learn about the culture, lifestyle and history of the Tribe. Be captivated by live alligator demonstrations and explore the Everglades on airboat rides.

Mile Marker 70, US Highway 41 (Tamiami Trail),
Miami, FL 33144 .
Phone: 305/552-8365

MonkeY Jungle

healthcareEscape on a jungle safari. Explore the wilds of South America, Asia and Africa. Witness crab-eating monkeys diving for treats. Delve into the lush rain forest filled with hundreds of exotic monkeys. Also contains one of the richest fossil deposits in Southern Florida, with more than 5,000 specimens.

14805 SW 216th St.,
Miami, FL 33170
Phone: 305/235-1611

Pinecrest Gardens

This 12.5-acre site includes a historical botanical garden, petting zoo, Splash ‘N’ Play water playground, and venues for picnics/parties. The recently renovated Banyan Bowl is a 500-seat outdoor amphitheater nestled under a geodesic dome. Its stage hosts concerts, theater and dance performances.

11000 Red Road,
Pinecrest, FL 33156 .
Phone: 305/669-6990

Schnebly Redland’s Winery & Brewery

The southernmost winery in the Continental U.S. offers tours and wine tastings around natural coral waterfalls surrounded by lush tropical foliage. Visitors can compare the taste of lychee, passion fruit, carambola, guava and mango wines, just to name a few.

30205 SW 217th Ave.,
Homestead, FL 33030
Phone: 305/242-1224

Venetian Pool

healthcareA Venetian-style lagoon carved out of coral rock, this historic landmark and swimming pool features caves, stone bridges and waterfalls. Call for information on rates and hours of operation. Children must be 38 inches tall or show proof that they are 3 years old.

2701 DeSoto Blvd.,
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Phone: 305/460-5306

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Vizcaya was built by agricultural industrialist James Deering, who wintered on the property from 1916 to 1925. Today, the extraordinary Europeaninspired estate and National Historic Landmark includes a house filled with art and furnishings, and 10 acres of gardens on Biscayne Bay.

3251 S. Miami Ave.,
Miami, FL 33129
Phone: 305/250-9133


healthcarehis 340-acre zoo showcases more than 2,000 animals including koalas, flamingos and elephants in large open-air exhibits. Rent a Safari Cycle, ride the monorail or take a guided tram tour to see the zoo.

12400 SW 152nd St.,
Miami, FL 33177
Phone: 305/251-0400

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