South Florida offers plenty of fun for the whole family. For a break from the beach,
consider some of these nearby attractions.
Miami Seaquarium, Miami
Ideally located in Key Biscayne near the entertainment that Miami has to
offer, you can enjoy swimming with the dolphins.
Miami Museum of Science and Planetarium, Coconut Grove
Learning is at the heart of the Miami Science Museum experience.
American Airlines Arena
If you're looking for some "Miami Heat" stop by the American Airlines Arena located in downtown Miami.
Jungle Island, Miami
Not only is Jungle Island Miami's most unique tourist attraction, its wide variety of
animals, summer camps, and birthday parties, makes Jungle Island a must-see on
any Florida vacation.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Coconut Grove
Vizcaya is a National Historic Landmark. It celebrates Miami's place in this history—a time when
America's wealthiest industrialists created lavish homes inspired by the palaces of
History Miami, downtown Miami
The museum gathers, interprets, and presents the history of Miami
and the greater South Florida region as a cultural crossroads of the Americas.
Through exhibitions, collections and publications, the Museum offers visitors
meaningful ways to connect to the rich past and its diverse inhabitants.
Zoo Miami, South Miami-Dade
Miami-Dade County Zoological Park and Gardens – Zoo Miami – presents a
monthly feature highlighting the many animals and plants found
throughout the park. With over 2,000 animals and more than 1,200 plants visible from
walkways, it may not be possible to see, admire and learn about them in depth.
Fruit and Spice Park, South Miami-Dade
The Fruit & Spice Park is a 37-acre subtropical botanical paradise nestled in the heart
of the historic Redland community just 35 miles south of Miami. Maintained and operated
by Miami-Dade County Parks and Recreation, it offers more than 500 varieties of rare
fruits, herbs, spices and nuts from around the world.