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Sites and Places of Interest in Miami

Miami Beach and the Greater Miami area offer a variety of options for locals and tourists alike to enjoy themselves while on vacation or on a night out in the City.


Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum Of Science

The Frost Museum of Science in Maurice A. Ferre Park includes a world-class planetarium and aquarium, and is situated on four acres of beautiful bayfront land.

Frost Science stands out as one of only a few institutions worldwide to have both an aquarium and a planetarium in one museum. The North and West wings provide six floors of interactive exhibitions dedicated to the ecosystem of the Everglades.

Little Havana Disctrict

This lively Miami district is one of the world’s most famous Cuban enclaves, where you can experience the best of Cuban-American and Latino culture. Southwest 8th Street, better known as Calle Ocho, is the beating heart of the district, where you can browse the countless shops and art galleries, drink some Cuban coffee, smoke a Cuban cigar and visit the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame. Visit in March when it plays host to the lively Calle Ocho Music Festival. You can take a food tour of the neighborhood or join a Miami bus tour, which typically includes a stop at Little Havana.  

Venetian Pool

A beautiful oasis inspired by Mediterranean architecture, the Venetian Pool offers swaying palm trees, coral rock formations, whimsical waterfalls and interesting caves to explore. A unique part of Greater Miami & Miami Beach’s history, this former rock quarry was turned into the Venetian Pool in 1924. The pool – large enough to hold 820,000 gallons of fresh water from an underground aquifer – draws water from artesian wells in the summer. It’s the perfect place to cool off and go for a swim.

Dolphin Mall

Dolphin Mall is Miami-Dade County’s largest outlet retail value shopping mall with more than 240 designer brand name stores at affordable prices. Enjoy an exciting mix of entertainment venues such as Dave & Buster’s, Vivo! Dolphin Mall, CMX Cinemas Dolphin 19 & IMAX, PBR Cowboy Bar and Bowlero. 

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Named after one of the most captivating shorelines on the Spanish coast, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens captures jaw-dropping European extravagance in an enchanting American context. From Popes to pop stars, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens has played host to countless celebrities and dignitaries. And it’s still one of the most sought-after locations for photo shoots, weddings and events.

Kaseya Center

This 20,000-seat multipurpose sports and entertainment arena is located in Downtown Miami, on Biscayne Bay. This waterfront jewel is one of the nation’s premier sports and entertainment facilities and is home to the 2006, 2012 and 2013 NBA champion Miami HEAT, concerts, family shows and special events.

The Waterfront Theatre at the arena is a state-of-the-art intimate theatre with a seating capacity of 1,000-6,000. Performances include concerts, family shows, special events and cultural events.

Miami Beach Convention Center

The award-winning Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) welcomes meeting and event planners, exhibitors and attendees to Miami Beach and Miami. Reimagined following a $640-million-dollar renovation, the MBCC provides a world-class, state-of-the-art event venue for exceptional conferences, conventions, tradeshows, and meetings.

Adrienne Arsht Center For The Performing Arts

Set in the heart of downtown Miami, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is committed to welcoming and connecting all people to the arts, it is one of the largest performing arts centers in the United States. The 570,000-square-foot Center has been an important addition to a phenomenon some are calling a cultural renaissance that is putting Miami on the map as a world art hub.

The Fillmore Miami Beach

The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, located next to the Miami Beach Convention Center, is a 2,200-seat Art Deco gem that played host to many 1960s TV shows and is now the home to the latest in music, comedy and other live entertainment. An excellent off-site choice for general sessions or large presentations. This historic theater is the perfect combination of the Miami art deco and rock & roll atmosphere.

Oleta River State Park


Whether enjoying the 15 miles of off-road bicycling trails or paddling along lush mangrove forests, visitors find it difficult to believe that Oleta River State Park exists 30 minutes from downtown Miami. 

At just over a thousand acres, this natural oasis — Florida’s largest urban park — is a haven for mountain bikers, paddlers, anglers and swimmers. Enjoy a picnic along scenic Biscayne Bay or unwind at the end of a fishing pole.

Miami Design District


The Miami Design District is a vibrant and sophisticated international destination for fashion, art, architecture and fine dining.

Spanning 18 square blocks north of the Wynwood neighborhood, this lively shopping and arts district is a treasure trove of high-end, luxury fashion shops, edgy galleries, Instagrammable public art and trendy restaurants. The brainchild of visionary developer and art collector Craig Robins, the Miami Design District has grown into a sophisticated and inviting international destination for art and design.

Everglades National Park

Located at the southernmost tip of the Florida mainland, just before the Florida Keys, Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S. and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park’s 1.5 million acres are a mosaic of ecosystems, from slow-flowing freshwater sloughs and salt-tolerant mangrove forests to tropical hardwood hammocks, pine rocklands, freshwater marl prairies, moss-draped cypress domes and the sparkling marine waters of Florida Bay. In these complex systems, you’ll find a wide range of native water and land animals, including alligators basking right off the Anhinga Trail, herons and egrets feasting in the marshes and slow-moving manatees cruising the bay.

Florida Keys & Key West

The Florida Keys are a string of tropical islands stretching about 120 miles off the southern tip of the U.S. state of Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. They’re known as a destination for fishing, boating, snorkeling and scuba diving. The southernmost city of Key West is famous for Duval Street’s many bars, Mallory Square’s nightly Sunset Celebration and the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.

Coral Castle Miami

Made of 1,100 tons of coral rock, the Coral Castle Museum is one of Homestead’s most unusual and fascinating attractions.

Built single-handedly over the course of 28 years, Coral Castle is both a feast for the eyes with its mind-bending sculpture garden carved of massive coral rock, and a legendary love story about the man who created it.

Jungle Island

1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132, USA

2.75 mi from property

Zoo Miami

12400 SW 152nd St, Miami, FL 33177, USA

20.62 mi from property

Miami Beach Botanical Garden

2000 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA

0.95 mi from property

Wynwood Walls

Beyond the glitz and glamour, Greater Miami and Miami Beach is also home to colorful, artsy Wynwood. This thriving neighborhood is a haven for aspiring painters, graffiti artists, creatives and young innovators alike. Its focal point is Wynwood Walls, an outdoor museum made up of giant wall murals. Covering six buildings, these walls have become a blank canvas for major artists all over the world.

Hard Rock Stadium

Hard Rock Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Miami Gardens, Florida. The stadium is the home field for the Miami Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes. In addition, the stadium hosts the Orange Bowl and the Miami Open tennis tournament. Since 2022, the grounds of Hard Rock Stadium has also hosted the Miami International Autodrome, a temporary racing circuit used for Formula 1’s Miami Grand Prix. In addition, the stadium will host multiple matches during the 2026 FIFA World Cup. It will also host matches for the 2024 Copa América including the final.