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Coconut Grove
12 reviews
Only a 20 minutes’ drive from the beach, it’s a must-see two-hour outing. — Departures
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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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South Beach
6 reviews
This district is roughly bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Alton Road on the west, Sixth Street to the south, and Dade Boulevard (along the Collins Canal) to the north. — Frommer's
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Coral Gables
10 reviews
A limestone quarry that supplied building materials for the area's early homes forms the base of this whimsical municipal pool. — Michelin Guide
8
South Beach
9 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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Coral Gables
8 reviews
Lots of pretty plants, yes, but go for the giant iguanas. — Not For Tourists
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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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Coconut Grove
6 reviews
The house is virtually unhanged since Muroe's day; the 1926 boathouse showcases his shipbuilding tools. — Michelin Guide
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South Beach
6 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
6 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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11 reviews
Their motto: something new, something dangerous and something impressive Zoom out — Condé Nast Traveler
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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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North Miami, North Miami Beach & Little Haiti
6 reviews
MOCA boasts an impressive collection of internationally acclaimed art with a local flavor. It is also known for its forward thinking and ability to discover and highlight new artists. — Frommer's
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Downtown
8 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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Downtown & Little Havana
10 reviews
Located on Watson Island, midway between South Beach and downtown, Jungle Island is a wildlife park that offers fun for the whole family — The Telegraph
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Downtown & Little Havana
3 reviews
Dedicated to presenting international art of the post-World War II era, with an emphasis on art of the Americas, the museum stages several major shows a year. — Michelin Guide
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7 reviews
Don't miss a visit to this top-notch zoo, 14 mi southwest of Coral Gables, in the Miami suburbs. — Fodor's
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Wynwood - Edgewater
5 reviews
A village designed to blow your mind! Mana has over 70 Art Galleries, Retail Stores, Antique Shops, Eclectic Bars, with one of the largest open-air street art installations in the world. — On the Grid
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South Miami
2 reviews
Located in South Miami's Shops at Sunset Place, GameTime offers a wide range of entertainment — Time Out
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North Miami, North Miami Beach & Little Haiti
6 reviews
Stunning performing arts center... throughout the year, you'll find top-notch performances by local and national touring groups. — Fodor's
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