Miami, FL

Blue shock of ocean, white sand, palm trees, Latin music, neon lights, glass skyscrapers, and modern designs.

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Bill Baggs Cape Florida Beach, Key Biscayne

Picturesque beach with white lighthouse, happy people, and turquoise water.

Ocean Drive, South Beach

If you're looking for some excitement, head over to Ocean Drive!

Venetian Pool, Coral Gables

Unique spring-fed historical pool with Venetian-style buildings, bridge, striped posts, waterfall, caves, palms, and banyan tree. Glorious!

Coopertown Airboat Rides

Quirky airboat tour among mangroves and sawgrass where you most likely see alligators and birds.

Frost Museum of Science, Miami

Amazing science center with aquarium, engineering lab, mirror maze, health displays, flight room, and gorgeous architecture and views.

7th Street Beach, Miami Beach

Fun place to people-watch and a gorgeous place to swim.

Cape Florida Lighthouse, Key Biscayne

White lighthouse with blue-green water behind- a gorgeous sight! And easy to climb!

Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts, Fort Lauderdale

Beautiful collection of glass and clay objects!

Museum of Discovery and Science, Fort Lauderdale

Inspiring Science museum with excellent hands-on exhibits!

Miami Design District

Beautiful architecture, sculptures, modern art museum, designer stores, play equipment, and public market with swings.

Ocean Drive neon lights, South Beach

After sunset, check out the Art Deco buildings along Ocean Drive, lit up in neon!

Perez Art Museum and Maurice Ferre Park

Art museum on the water with fantastic public spaces for all to enjoy, and a good gift shop.

Bike Ride, Miami Beach Boardwalk, South Beach

It's fun and easy to ride along the boardwalk in South Beach that is nestled between Ocean Drive and the sand. You can bike for 7.7 miles from South Pointe Pier to 87th Street.

Young At Art Children's Museum, Davie

Incredible children's museum with beautiful areas and fascinating interactive exhibits designed by local artists.

Bahama Breeze Restaurant, Sunrise

Caribbean Restaurant on a lake with delicious food, pretty patio, and live music.

Venetian Bridges and Islands, Miami Beach

A gorgeous walk with wonderful water views at every turn.

Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach

Gorgeous pedestrian-only street with exquisite tropical landscaping and sidewalk cafes galore.

Oleta River State Park, North Miami

Sheltered cove with blue-green water, bright green playground, and river for paddling.

Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park

Wonderland of huge tropical trees hung with vines, plus playground with abundant shade.

46th Street Beach and Playground, Miami

Beach with shallow, warm water, and space-age playground under shade canopy!

Vizcaya Mansion and Gardens

Bayside mansion with stunning waterfront "barge" and colorful geometric gardens.

64th Street Beach and playground, Miami Beach

Beautiful beach with purple lifeguard shack, shady playground and park with turtle sculpture, and bike path that runs past it.

Brickell Ave, Downtown Miami

Unique glass skyscrapers reaching up to the perfect blue sky.

Flamingo Gardens, Davie

Tropical botanical garden with huge magnificent trees and animal sanctuary.

Old Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk

Historic part of Fort Lauderdale with turn-of-the-century homes, shady Riverwalk promenade along the river, and sidewalk cafes along 2nd Street.

Las Olas Blvd Restaurants, Ft Lauderdale

Three-block stretch of restaurants, under a canopy of trees, with sweet 1930s architecture.

Colee Hammock Park, Fort Lauderdale

Peaceful park with old trees, shady lawn, and views of the water and mansions.

Bonnet House and Gardens, Fort Lauderdale

Colorful plantation-style house with courtyard full of tropical palms and orchids, lovely architecture, and lagoon with giant banyan tree.

Hollywood Beach and Boardwalk

Wide pedestrian and bike path that runs along the beach and past cafes.

Plantation Central Park, Plantation

Shady park to walk around. Cute nesting owls! Playground, workout stations, walkway by lake.

Sawgrass Mills Mall, Sunrise

Gigantic mall with every outlet store you could ever want.

River Walk Trail and Brickell Key

Fantastic, wide running path for 1.5 miles, along the river on the mainland, over the bridge, and all around Brickell Key. Very dense city atmosphere.

Art Deco Walking Tour, South Beach

Learn about the Art Deco architecture and history of South Beach!

36th Street Beach, Miami Beach

Blue-green water, pale beige sand, boardwalk or shoreline for long walks- bliss!

Wynwood Walls, Miami

A trendy street in the middle of a sketchy neighborhood, with cafes and colorful graffiti-covered walls.

21st Street Beach, Miami Beach

Gorgeous ocean colors, fun crowd of families, shallow water with little bouncy waves.

South Pointe Pier and Park, South Beach

Modern pier, grass hill with winding paths, space-age playground and splash pad, and shady promenade along the water.

Wolfsonian Museum, South Beach

Beautifully-curated museum with objects from the years 1885-1945, including propaganda posters.

Virginia Key Beach Park

Great boundless playground, but not a good beach.

Fruit and Spice Park, Homestead

Beautiful park with paved walking trail through bamboo forest and past gorgeous tropical fruit trees.

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Miami

Enjoy lush tropical area that make you feel like you're in Hawaii!

Deerfield Beach

Fun stretch of beach with attractive, popular boardwalk, grass by the sand, and little coves built along the shore with rocks.

Coral Castle, Homestead

A whimsical place with beautiful details.

Butterfly World, Coconut Creek

Magical enclosed butterfly garden where hundreds of colorful butterflies flutter around you in a tropical rainforest setting.

Bal Harbour Outdoor Mall, north of Miami Beach

Ultra rich outdoor mall with gorgeous plants, fountains, sculptures, and flowers.

Calle Ocho, Little Havana

Little piece of Cuban culture in the middle of Miami.

Margaret Pace Park, Downtown Miami

Glorious park on the bright water with a strong cooling breeze, but a little sketchy here and there.

Haulover Beach Park, Miami

Beautiful beach with golden sand and turquoise water, plus a clothing-optional area.

RK Center, Sunny Isles Beach

A great little plaza across the street from impressive modern skyscrapers and the beach.

History Miami

Colorful beautifully-curated hands-on museum in downtown.

Mary Brickell Village outdoor mall, downtown Miami

Outdoor mall in downtown Miami's city streets, with colorful decorations.

Miracle Mile, Coral Gables

Main strip of Coral Gables, a planned community from the 1920s with a strong Latin influence.

Peacock Park, Coconut Grove

Playground under the shade of large trees, and boardwalk with views of islands and boats.

Anne Kolb Nature Center, West Lake Park

Mangrove forest preserve with exhibit hall explaining the ecosystem, and a wonderful observation tower.

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, Ft Lauderdale

Short trails to hike or paddling area to kayak, but best of all, a gorgeous beach.

Las Olas Beach, Fort Lauderdale

Thin strip of beach with shadeless boardwalk, white swirly wave wall, nice sand, unattractive people, and had-better-days condos.

Anhinga Trail, Everglades

Tons of wildlife in this liquidy place!

Ernest Coe Visitor Center, Everglades

Modern, attractive, large visitor center with plenty of interactive exhibits for kids.

Tradewinds Park South, Coconut Creek

Large playground with shade covers, lake, picnic areas with views of the water, and bike path.

Miami Children's Museum

Three-level children's museum with some unique interactive exhibits.

Everglades Holiday Park Airboat Rides

Large touristy airboat park with covered boats that aren't as fun as regular airboats, but knowledgable guides.

Espanola Way, South Beach

Gorgeous architecture on a pedestrian alley, but a tourist trap.

Surfside Beach, north of Miami Beach

Fairly empty beach north of the action.

53rd Street Beach and Playground, Miami

Gorgeous blue-green water, nice sand, wildflowers on the path, and condos.

CocoWalk and Coconut Grove

Outdoor shopping plaza and area with shaded streets and sidewalk cafes.

St. Bernard de Clairvaux Monastery

Monastery from Segovia, Spain, built in 1133, that was transported to New York and then Miami!

Monkey Jungle, Homestead

Zoo with mostly monkeys, where you walk in a cage to feed the monkeys that roam free, and you can see four short animal shows amongst gorgeous vegetation.

Mahogany Hammock Trail, Everglades

Jungle trail with plenty of mosquitoes.

Tradewinds Park North, Coconut Creek

Stinky park downwind from a huge garbage dump with pony rides, horse trail rides, bounce house, steam train rides, and playground.

Miami Seaquarium

Concrete jungle aquarium with only one nice area- we did not enjoy ourselves here.

Bayside Marketplace, Miami

A touristy waterfront mall with restaurants and stalls with souvenirs.

Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale

Large but not that well-maintained playground, sports fields and courts, and pretty playhouse.

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