Miami

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Coconut Grove
12 reviews
Today, the extraordinary European-inspired estate and National Historic Landmark includes a house filled with art and furnishings. — Where
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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
9 reviews
Florida International University is a museum, library and research centre with an intriguingly specific scope and mission. — The Telegraph
8
South Beach
6 reviews
These pastel showcases of the Art Deco style from the twenties, thirties, and forties were in disrepair until the late seventies. — Concierge
8
Coral Gables
10 reviews
This natural pool boasts waterfalls, caves and shrinkage-inducing waters. — Not For Tourists
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South Beach
6 reviews
Enter this evocative outdoor memorial... through black-granite colonnades. — Condé Nast Traveler
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South Beach
6 reviews
The Bass Museum of Art has expanded and received a dramatically new look, rendering it Miami's most progressive art museum. — Frommer's
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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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8 reviews
Fans of edgy art will appreciate the Rubell Family Collection — Fodor's
8
Downtown & Little Havana
10 reviews
Not exactly an island and not quite a jungle, Jungle Island is an excellent diversion for the kids and for animal lovers. — Frommer's
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11 reviews
This classic family attraction stages shows with sea lions, dolphins, and Lolita the killer whale. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
8 reviews
Florida's largest history museum, HistoryMiami features exhibits that highlight both the city's and the state's past.By Sarah Purkrabek , AFAR Contributor — Afar Magazine
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6 reviews
Edward Leedskalnin built his Coral Castle in secret leaving scientists, engineers, scholars baffled since 1932 — Where
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North Miami, North Miami Beach & Little Haiti
6 reviews
This sleek museum has attracted a world-class and ongoing roster of exhibits, showcasing such artists as Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Diego Rivera — Where
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Wynwood - Edgewater
4 reviews
Transformation of the crumbling walls of Miami’s former warehouse neighborhood into vivid and intriguing murals of graffiti and street art has fostered the growth of an entire arts-driven neighborhood — Condé Nast Traveler
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4 reviews
Located on the southern tip of Key Biscayne, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is probably best known for its picturesque beach. — Travel + Leisure
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7 reviews
Zoo Miami houses more than 2,000 wild animals in a cageless setting that gives the visitor the feeling of embarking on a safari. — Afar Magazine
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Downtown & Little Havana
3 reviews
The Miami Art Museum (MAM) features an eclectic mix of modern and contemporary works. — Frommer's
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