Miami

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Coconut Grove
13 reviews
Only a 20 minutes’ drive from the beach, it’s a must-see two-hour outing. — Departures
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7 reviews
— Condé Nast Traveler
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South Beach
10 reviews
Mitchell Wolfson, Jr., heir to a family fortune built on movie theaters, was known as an eccentric, but I'd call him a pack rat. — Frommer's
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10 reviews
Dedicated to modern and contemporary art, this lovely museum is housed in an open-plan structure, overlooking the sea on one side and magnificent hanging gardens and parkland on the other. — Michelin Guide
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Coral Gables
11 reviews
A limestone quarry that supplied building materials for the area's early homes forms the base of this whimsical municipal pool. — Michelin Guide
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South Beach
7 reviews
This landmark 1930 Art Deco structure gains its name from New York entrepreneur and philanthropist John Bass, who donated his art collection to the city of Miami Beach. — Michelin Guide
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South Beach
7 reviews
Magnificent award-winning sculptures featuring over 100 figures and a 42-foot bronze sculpture designed by artist Kenneth Treister grace the entrance of this museum. — Where
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South Beach
6 reviews
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Coconut Grove
7 reviews
The house is virtually unhanged since Muroe's day; the 1926 boathouse showcases his shipbuilding tools. — Michelin Guide
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6 reviews
South Pointe is a 17-acre county park and pier located in the southernmost part of Miami Beach. — Where
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Coral Gables
9 reviews
If you need to escape Miami’s madness, consider a green day in the country’s largest tropical botanical garden. — Lonely Planet
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Downtown
7 reviews
The permanent exhibit "Tropical Dreams: A People's History of South Florida" recounts the area's colorful past. — Michelin Guide
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8 reviews
The Rubells are committed to championing emerging artists working at the forefront of contemporary art. — The Telegraph
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Wynwood - Edgewater
8 reviews
Since 2009, the Wynwood Art District has been transforming a former warehouse district into a work of beautiful local art. — Where
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12 reviews
Their motto: something new, something dangerous and something impressive Zoom out. — Condé Nast Traveler
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South Beach
6 reviews
In a neighborhood where no behavior is too shocking, the World Erotic Art Museum screams, ‘Hey! We have a giant golden penis!’. — Lonely Planet
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Downtown & Little Havana
6 reviews
This Arquitectonica-designed museum, both imaginative and geometric in appearance, is directly across the MacArthur Causeway from Jungle Island. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
There is no greater temple to all that is weird and wacky about South Florida. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
This relaxing oasis in northern Key Biscayne offers renowned tennis facilities, a great golf course, a family amusement center, and 2 miles of beach dotted with palm trees. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
Escape on a jungle safari and explore the wilds of South America and Asia. — Where
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