THINGS TO DO IN MIAMI
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One City. Endless Experiences.

There are dozens of reasons why Miami ranks among the world’s most sought-after destinations. Sun and sand, naturally; but that’s just the beginning. Here, you’ll find top-rated restaurants, legendary nightclubs, Art Deco architectural landmarks, and eclectic neighborhoods, happily coexisting. There’s more to Miami Beach than its attractions — you just have to go out and look.

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Aventura Mall

19501 Biscayne Blvd

Three floors and 300 retailers make this extravagant mall a must-see on any vacation.

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Bal Harbour Shops

9700 Collins Avenue

Ritzy and upscale, this is open-air shopping at its best.

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Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino

901 South Federal Highway

A historic racetrack, county casino, popular concert venue, and even shopping and dining at The Village at Gulfstream share space on a sprawling complex.

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Oleta River State Park

3400 NE 163rd Street

Spanning more than 1,000 acres, this popular state park features a beach, picnic areas, bike trails, and kayak rentals.

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Hard Rock Stadium

347 Don Shula Drive

Just nine miles east of our property, this impressive stadium hosts the Miami Dolphins, University of Miami, Miami Open, and other global events.

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Miami Seaquarium

4400 Rickenbacker Causeway

Home to sea turtles, sharks, manatees, and more, this 38-acre oceanarium near downtown Miami is one of the oldest in the U.S.

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Zoo Miami

12400 SW 152nd Street

This 750-acre zoo is the largest and oldest of its kind in Florida.

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Jungle Island

1111 Parrot Jungle Trail

Reptiles, penguins, flamingos, and even a liger call this interactive zoological park home.

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Holocaust Memorial

1933-1944 Meridian Avenue

Designed by sculptor Kenneth Triester, the Holocaust Memorial honors the six million Jews who died in Nazi concentration camps.

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Miami Children's Museum

980 MacArthur Causeway

Interactive exhibits and programs celebrate the city’s arts, culture, and community.

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Perez Art Museum Miami

1103 Biscayne Blvd.

Located in Museum Park, this contemporary museum showcases international art from the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Everglades National Park

40001 State Road 9336, Homestead

Spanning more than 1.5 million acres, Everglades National Park features year-round camping, birding, hiking, off-road cycling, and airboat tours.

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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

3251 South Miami Avenue

This 50-acre estate features a villa, formal Italian Renaissance gardens, and a jungle forest.

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IFGA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum

300 Gulf Stream Way

Exhibits, demos, and interactive displays celebrate sportfishing.

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Lincoln Road Mall

Lincoln Road Between 16th & 17th Streets

This popular pedestrian mall is lined with shops, restaurants and galleries.

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Miami Art Deco District

1001 Ocean Drive

Catch a glimpse of 1960 historic Art Deco buildings in South Beach.

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Ancient Spanish Monastery

16711 W. Dixie Highway

Formally known as St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church, this 12th century Spanish monastery cloister is one of the oldest buildings in the Western Hemisphere.

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The Newport Fishing Pier

16501 Collins Avenue

Newly reopened, this historic pier is the only public fishing pier in Miami-Dade County.