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Do & See

The Art Deco Historic District

The Art Deco District was built in and around the 1930s in Miami Beach at the height of this architectural movement and embellished with exotic geometric motifs. The 800 buildings were restored, making it the largest grouping of Art Deco architecture in the world.
South Beach

South Beach

Locally known as SoBe, South Beach is the beach in the Miami area with quite a few hotels, restaurants and bars across the street from the ocean. SoBe is widely known as the hottest nightspot in the world – Ibiza go home! South Beach lies at the tip of a slender island off the coast of Miami fringed with a wide belt of white sand.
The Florida Everglades National Park

The Florida Everglades National Park

The Everglades, a UNESCO world heritage site, is the only subtropical wetland in North America. It is rich in birdlife and the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles live side by side. There are trails where visitors can enjoy and get close to the wildlife. As there is no public transportation to the park, the best way to get there is in a rented car or with one of the many organized tours either by boat or bus.
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Miami Metro Zoo

This one-square mile cage-less zoo has around 2,000 animals. Some of the species you can see here are rare white Bengal tigers, exotic birds, apes, koalas, elephants, kangaroos and many others.
Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium

Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium

The museum takes you on a fantastic journey into the natural world and explains its inner workings. There are hands-on exhibits, continuous demonstrations, and an outdoor wildlife center with snakes, birds and insects.
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Miami Seaquarium

This marine animal theme park features spectacular whale, sea lion and dolphin shows. Bring an extra set of dry clothes just in case you get splashed.
Parrot Jungle Island

Parrot Jungle Island

A visit to Parrot Jungle Island, is like being on a tropical island with lush plants and trees, colorful parrots, waterfalls and plenty of exotic animals. With 75 years of history, this park attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

This Italian Renaissance-style villa, built on formal gardens on Biscayne Bay in 1916, was originally the winter residence of industrialist James Deering. There are 34 decorated rooms in the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassic styles.
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