Swim with the dolphins, learn about the rich marine life that inhabits our oceans, or have some fantastic family time. The Miami Seaquarium offers 38 acres of tropically-inspired exhibits and including sea lions, killer whales, and eight different marine animal shows.
Part of South Beach (SoBe to the locals), Ocean Drive may be the most famous spot in town. Art Deco architecture lines the streets and visitors will discover scores of upscale shopping and dining, all just a block from the beach.
Lincoln Road Mall
Lincoln Road is a pedestrian-only street that is home to restaurants, unique shops, art galleries, and a movie theater.
Feed the monkeys, learn about the habits of the Gibbon, and see one of the few Ligers in captivity at this family animal park. Weddings and social and corporate events are also popular here.
Miami Children's Museum
This educational museum provides practically endless opportunities for learning and entertainment. Hands-on exhibits include rock climbing, a two-story sandcastle, a television studio, and health & wellness center.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
This museum, owned by Miami-Dade County, offers a main house, 10 acres of beautifully manicured formal gardens and a historic village. Don't miss the extraordinary collection of orchids.
Miami Metro Zoo
Commonly know as the Zoo Miami, this 324 acre zoological garden is the only tropical zoo located in the United States. The zoo features more than 500 different species and 3,000 different animals to explore.