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Coconut Grove / Brickell / Little Havana
Tour the oldest house in Miami, belonging to Florida pioneer Ralph Middleton Munroe and dating back to 1891.
Grab a bite at this iconic Miami restaurant, which specializes in upscale American cuisine.
Jaguar Latin-American Kitchen
Indulge in a wide variety of Latin American dishes, including ceviche, surrounded by tropical decor.
Miami’s baseball team swings for the fences in this 37,000-seat ballpark.
Mary Brickell Village
Browse quaint clothing boutiques and locally owned restaurants in this bustling outdoor shopping center.
Coral Gables / Key Biscayne
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Located on the lower third of Key Biscayne, this state park boasts one mile of sandy beachfront and a historic lighthouse.
Celebrating something special? This Italian eatery fits the bill, with white tablecloths and a rustic ambiance. Dive into pasta and seafood dishes.
Swim with dolphins at Miami’s premier aquarium, or catch a glimpse of penguins, sea turtles, and killer whales.
This mile-long stretch in Coral Gables is home to bustling boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries.
Downtown Miami / Midtown Miami
Catch must-see musical acts and buzzer-beating basketball games at this Miami venue.
Swing by this outdoor shopping complex to visit major retailers and local boutiques.
This canary yellow, Spanish Colonial Revival-style building is hard to miss in the middle of downtown. It houses MDC Museum of Art + Design (MOAD). The Cultural Legacy Gallery is all about the impact of Cuban culture on southern Florida.
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science
A part of downtown Miami’s Museum Park, the two-part museum features a planetarium and aquarium.
Wynwood / The Design District
Concrete Beach Brewery
This craft brewery is known for its large tasting room and beers infused with local flavors.
Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
Marvel at contemporary art in a variety of mediums, including video, photography, sculptures, and installations, inside this 45,000-square-foot space.
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink
If you’re in the mood for upscale American fare, this bistro is the place. Head to the inviting outdoor courtyard and linger over inventive dessert.
Rubell Family Collection
Explore conceptual art, photography, sculptures, and more at this private collection of avant garde art.
South Beach / Miami Beach
Art Deco District
Miami contains the largest collection of art deco architecture in the world, and most of it is in the Art Deco District. Check out the geometric shapes and glitzy building materials characterized by this architectural style.
Miami Beach Boardwalk
Walk or rollerblade along this four-mile long boardwalk on one of Miami’s most famous stretches of beach.
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
This four-acre garden brims with native Florida shrubs and other tropical plants.
Known locally as “SoBe,” South Beach occupies the barrier island between the ocean and downtown Miami. Head here to see and be seen on the beaches and in the clubs along Ocean Drive.
Day Trip Destinations
Biscayne National Park40 MILES AWAY
To experience this national park, you’ll need to explore by boat—or even better, from the water. Snorkel and scuba dive to glimpse tropical marine life and coral reefs.
Boca Raton46 MILES AWAY
With abundant golf courses and beaches, Boca Raton is a laidback vacationer’s paradise within an easy drive of Miami.
Everglades National Park48 MILES AWAY
The country’s most famous wetlands are less than 50 miles south of Miami, making the national park a perfect day trip destination. Most of the park is only accessible via boat; look for alligators, manatees, and shorebirds.
Florida Keys68 MILES AWAY
This charming archipelago is made up of dozens of islands, including Key Largo and Little Duck Key.
Hard Rock Stadium
Hard Rock Stadium is global entertainment destination, home to the Miami Dolphins, University of Miami, the Miami Open and many global events.
American Airlines Arena
A sports and entertainment arena located in Downtown Miami. The Arena is home to the Miami Heat, family events, musical theatre and other stage shows.
A hyper-modern, state-of-the-art stadium with a retractable roof that serves as the home ballpark for the Miami baseball team.