Best 10 Must-see Monuments In Miami Near Me

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1. Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College

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Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College
Surroundings
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5
Services nearby
5

Address: 600 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: (305) 237-7700

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Now this is a monument worth preserving and protecting"

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Your Helpful Wendy: I went for work to this place and it was simply amazing. First of all I love the idea that they had a parking next to this building for all of us that went to the event. Because that night there was a Miami Heat game and you can only imagine the amount of people and craziness going on on downtown. This building had a grade venue place for the event and we all had a wonderful time. The service was excellent and even though there were a lot of people I didn’t feel over packed.

Alexis Rodriguez: Excellent place with lots of history even when it was closed for renovations you can still visit the outside and reflect on the importance of this building for the history of Miami and Cuba

Me.Truth: The flag is upside down 🤷🏻‍♂️ I see it like this second time already. Please fix it 😆

Theodhor Sina: I think they should add more memorabilia from the times the Cuban refugees entered the Freedom Tower for their paperwork. The inside of the building is way too empty. I love the cleanliness though. Not worth the money if you pay full priced tickets in my opinion.

W: Not to be missed! Learn about the Tower's interesting history; very knowledgeable lady at the desk!👍Great presentation of the Cuban immigration history gives you a feel and transparency of the vibe of Miami which is so much Cuban to me. Learn about the waves of children from Cuba who arrived here and see how they had to adapt. The second floor is part modern art and part presentation to raise environmental awareness. Unfortunately the tower is not open to the public! Imagine standing on top and view the city from there! Maybe the city will open the tower in the near future; it would be certainly an asset and magnet for the tourists! Think about it city council!

C N: The building itself is beautiful. I wish visitors were allowed to go to the top. The exhibit about Cuban immigration is interesting but a little bare. I really enjoyed the exhibit about European exploration in the new world. The contemporary art exhibit on the 2nd floor was a little strange.

Tomas David Alvarez: The staff is very welcoming and friendly. They have Cuban history exhibits as well as Latin American colonial exhibits. On the rest of the floors they have art exhibits that are very well done... sometimes even better than those at PAM. Se los recomiendo muchísimo. Es muy barata la entrada, y lo que tienen en muestra esta muy bonito y organizado.

MILKOS D SOSA: The freedom tower is an icon of the city and a symbol of freedom and democracy for cuban refugees. This building was the gateway for a new population that would transform Miami from a southern resort town into an international metropolis. The tower has witnessed numerous historical moments, among them, the funeral of the beloved Celia Cruz. This is, without a doubt, a must see in Miami.

Steven Brier: Tonight there's an iconic architecture show Beautiful collection of Cuban art and much more Definitely worth a visit

José Alberto González Cáceres: As an emblem of freedom for the world and especially for the Latin American, in the heart of the Cuban exile, it symbolizes the hope of every human being for a dignified life. God Bless America!

2. Flagler Memorial Monument

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Flagler Memorial Monument
Surroundings
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5
Services nearby
5

Address: 1 Flagler Memorial Is, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (305) 755-7800

Guy: Monument


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Miriam Diamant: This is a cute little island, we laid out here in the sun and had fun kayaking in the water. I really wish people would clean up after themselves though, there were plenty of trash cans right there, yet still so much garbage on the beach...

I’M ARTE: Excelente place for spend a day in a boat with family and friends, mornings are just spectacular and afternoons the party starts

Gregory Schafer: Cool little island. Good place to have a beach side lunch. It was a little dirty as the trash cans were all nearly full.

Alon Levy: This place is a hidden jam reserved to boatists. with a couple of private beaches and privacy most of the year (not on weekends) - coming here is like escaping the city for a few hours. Most of the Island is not developed and its a bit of a shame as it would have been an easy five if The city of Miami would put a little bit more resources in developing it.

Lizza Figueroa: International Coastal Clean Up 2019!Let's keep our Coastal waters clean for everyone to enjoy!

Jorge Alejandro Barriel: Nice place except for the people on jet sky . All day speeding in the water, and you are unable to be safe in the water (always looking around)

Gus Lovo: Fun Family place

Richard Lopez: Flagler Memorial Monument as you can see is only accessible via kayak, boat, jet-ski, there is not much to see here as the monument is guarded by a high gate and the general public is not allow to get up-close and personal with the structure it is a piece to be celebrated from a distance. The island does have large iguanas inhabiting it and is usually a pit stop for the adventurous inter-coastal waterway travelers. Be sure to clean up after yourselves or you will be fined a hefty fine.

Christian Thumbs: Cool little Island right in the bay. Fun to jet ski out to. Has a nice beach as well. Felt like being in a private beach.

Andy Stevens: Great little island to drop your anchor near and have a BBQ and swim. Unfortunately there was litter on the beach when we went which is a shame especially when there's plenty of bins within a few metres.

3. Calle Ocho Walk of Fame

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Calle Ocho Walk of Fame
Surroundings
4
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
4.1
Services nearby
4.3

Address: SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Historical, diverse, well conducted walk."

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Steven Díaz Zalduondo: Calle Ocho is a beautiful and colorful street. You can see the Cuban history through their murals and street arts. It is a walkable and place to go eat delicious Caribbean Cuisine foods. The people are very friendly and welcoming. We felt very secure, we even saw people exercising and walking during the night. It was an enjoyable experience and has a lot of nice spots for pictures.

eduardo mignot: The neighborhood is nice. There are a lot of cool street art. Nice vibes and cool coffe. Thought the thing is a bit touristy (like 10$ for a Cuban coffee) and there is nothing major to see. It's more to walk around and enjoy the nice atmosphere.

Alexis Rodriguez: There is a lot of great places and a lot happening on Calle 8. As we walked through the sidewalk from 16 to 13 avenues you can see so much of the history of Cuba and Cuban community in Miami, specially the Cuban Memorial Boulevard a little bit off calle 8 . Excellent restaurants and coffee shops. A must visit if you are in Miami.

Amy Singleton: Our Lyft driver recommended this spot. It's the most authentic food spot for 8th street (which is the most touristy area.) The place looks tiny from the front but once you go in it's huge and open and beautiful. People were nice, food was great. Good atmosphere. We'll be back when we're on another layover or just visiting Miami. ✈️🔥 There is an 18% service fee on every bill, FYI. The place is an experience. 😁

Kim Lan Nguyen: One of my favorite place to visit. So much life and lots of Cuban vibe! From Cuban Sandwich, Cuban coffee and Mojitos, cigars everywhere! It was a lot of fun during our Miami trip.

Naveen Devaraj: Awesome place to visit in Miami. It's a great happening place from coffee shops to food to shopping to bars to Cuban cigars. The ambiance is great. We visited twice in a goa for 3 days. Just as a reminder some of the shops close at 18:00 hours (souvenir and cigar shops). Graffiti on walls (near Sushi Sake Little Havana) was great for pictures. Parking is tight during crowded hours. I would visit this place again and recommend others to visit.

Andreas “Aris” Aristidou: One of the coolest parts of Miami without a doubt! Alive and booming with lots of live music, incredible food everywhere and cute little shops all around. There was a live mini concern when we were there too with several vendors in attendance too. Highly recommended. It’s a must do if you’re in the area.

Mirelys Pereira: Love Calle Ocho and the cuban culture around. I feel I'm walking on The Old Havana again. Amazing coffee, food, ice-cream and all in good prices.

Lindsay Eisan: Part of the Big Bus tour was Little Havana and their stop let you off at the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame. I recommend both the Big Bus tour (for a highlights only view of Miami - not in-depth) but do get off in Little Havana and visit one of the many places along the main street. We went into El PUB and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Sherley Gene: Beautiful and warm! Loved Little Havana!!! The music and colorful buildings, the people...makes you feel like you're in Cuba.

4. Wynwood Walls

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Wynwood Walls
Surroundings
5
Location
4.9
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1
Services nearby
4.4

Address: 266 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33127

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (305) 576-3334

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "A must see for mural lovers"

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Charlie C. (charliejcao): Great experience! I spent some time in here, and I feel all creation are phenomenal. We’re glad that I was here to see them myself. PS: If you are a student, the price is $5. I forgot bringing my student ID, but the lady was very nice. She asked me if I have some email messages to show her I’m a student then it is totally fine. Recommend people come here, especially a tourist like me.

Eric Cox: Great exhibit! Student discounts available and a even without the discount it is worth the cost of admission. The staff and even all of the patrons were very nice and created a great atmosphere to get the photos we wanted. Definitely worth putting on your list of things to do in Miami.

Whitney Brown: Wynwood Walls is such a great place to visit. At just $12 per person you can experience various artists amazing work around the area. It's definitely worth the visit. I had so much fun and the best part is you get to take unlimited pictures around all of the amazing artwork that you get to see. If you want to up your photo game come with props to make the pic even better. Don't forget to check out the indoor artwork within the building as well as the shops on your way out. Looking forward to visiting again.

John Ovesen: About $12 a person & only card (no cash) to buy yourself a ticket before entering. There's a few pieces worth taking a picture with that totally merits the entrance fee. My review is also for the surrounding streets (about 10 to 15 blocks) where even the local shops & eateries are worth getting lost for a few hours just taking photos of all the beautiful art in the Wynwood area. Why stay in South Beach? I booked an AirBNB in the Wynwood Area and LOVED being in a more quiet and colorful area at night. What else can I say but the ART itself and seeing photos of them will you sell you on visiting Wynwood Walls but also the area of Miami itself! I found the area to be very safe at night also walking around.

David Dorjath: Absolutely loved our visit in December to the Wynwood Walls “art installment” in Miami. You simply cannot go wrong taking a visit. So many wonderful pieces of art on display. Quite frankly most of it graffiti art that is simply breathtaking! My wife and I saw this in a tourist posting and thought why not stop by. Wow were we glad that we did. I sure hope that this place continues to get good press and strong attendance, as public art is so needed by all! Please stop by and visit if you get the chance. Not only is the exhibit wonderful, but the neighborhood is loaded with lots of great unique restaurants and shops to explore as well. It is worth spending a number of hours there for sure. We will definitely be back when next in the Miami area!

Jeremy “JerBear”: Very cool exhibits and I'm told they change every month or few weeks which is very cool to keep things fresh. I'm a student and when I paid for my ticket they didn't check or ask for proof so anyone can get the student rate. The gift shop is really cool too I wound up buying a Tweety bird that is super cool. I was visiting from L.A. and would frequent this place if I was a Miami resident. I like how they converted what looked like a pretty ghetto area and turned it into a popping and fresh spot.

Alex Alex: For $12 this is totally a worth experience! It's beautifully organized and the art is magnificent. There are a lot of employees on site to help you out with questions or pretty much anything. They have art for sale and also a gift shop. And there is a stand with ice cream and water for those hot Miami days. There multiple exhibits to see in different indoor spaces as well. And there is also an area where you can spray paint!! It's a must visit!

Rahul Sharda: Visitsd the Wynwood Walls art exhibit/instalment in mid-May with a few friends. Great experience, so many beautiful pieces of art on display. A lot of fun, great opportunity to take pictures as well as get your picture taken in-front of the difference pieces of art. There’s also indoor portions as you walk through the area. The walls are also in walking distance from a lot of different restaurants/bars and small shops. Definitely recommend checking it out if you’re visiting Miami!

Nidhi Shetty: Absolutely stunning graffiti art. Went late in the evening both times, so didn't go inside. But strolled around for a while admiring graffiti in the area. Follow general caution as a tourist; you could come across the occasional oddball and people under the influence.

Malay Patel: Always a fun experience! We used to just stop by and visit randomly, it was nice to sit around and look at the new paintings and graffiti. They unfortunately started charging an entrance fee, but still enjoyable.

5. Miami Circle National Historic Landmark

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Miami Circle National Historic Landmark
Surroundings
4.4
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
4.2
Services nearby
4.9

Address: Miami, FL 33131

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Guy: Park


Review: "Grass growing over monument which makes it un-seeable."

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Sourav Kumar Ukil: Nice place to sit around, a bit different than other popular places of Miami ..

Angela Davis: Absolutely beautiful spot to take a stroll and to enjoy the skyline up close.

Muhammad Mohiuddin: It is a very small park by Miami River with a monument inscribed with some history of this place. You can sit there and enjoy the wind and the passing by boats and yachts. There is not much do here and it is not a big park it has no parking either.

Syuzanna Kaszo: Beautiful Vista. It was under construction for a while during summer and Fall, but in January it opened up and is a really lovely park to walk around, take a break, meet with friends, go for a jog or read a book or simply enjoy the great view of Brickell Key! Also interesting history of Tequesta buildings. One can read about it on a designated plaque here. Very informative. Nice to know Miami is also investing in its culture and history, and not just money and hospitality 🤷‍♀️ (not that it's a bad thing, just different)

Zandrea Penn: This is an awesome waterfront park to hang out and take your dog. Most people who don't live in the Miami Brickell area wouldn't understand how limited the space is here for dogs to play. The closest 'designated' dog park is over 10 miles away. Most people in this area do not have backyards and this space is perfect for dogs to get exercise. The park has a drinking fountain for dogs, and humans. Many places to sit and great views. No public restrooms, no public parking. Parking is available via Valet at the W Hotel. The Mary Brickell Park stretches from Brickell Avenue east to Biscayne Bay, where it looks across to Brickell Key. The Miami Circle is located within the Mary Brickell Park. It is also known as Miami River Circle or Brickell Point. The land was first used by the Tequesta Tribe. Archaeological evidence reveals that this site was in use from 500 BC to ca. AD 1000. In 1871, Mary and William Brickell built a house at what is today the WHotel and Brickel Icon. Here in the Miami Circle the Brickell family opened a trading post where the Native Americans would lay out blankets on the Brickells’ lawn, trading their hides and fruits for gold, silver, food, trinkets, and sewing machines. In 1873, a typhoid fever epidemic struck. Mary turned the Brickells’ home into a hospital and used the skills she learned as a nurse during the Civil War to treat settlers and Native Americans alike. During this time the area of land located south of the family home was used as a cemetery. In 1921, a year before she died, Mary donated Brickell Park to the City of Miami. The one stipulation was that if Miami didn’t use the property for the purpose of a public green space in perpetuity, the land would revert back to the Brickell family. Mary was buried alongside her husband William in a mausoleum in Brickell Park. In 1946, Maude Brickell, the youngest of the Brickells’ eight children, moved the remains to the Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North Park Cemetery and Mausoleum in Little Havana. Although the Mausoleum still stands it no longer holds the remains of the Brickell family. However the park area near the Mausoleum is said to still house many unmarked graves.

Andrew Thomas: The lack of more in depth explanation and artifacts leaves the experience strangely hollow. Was saved by some archeologists sorting through their new dig in a parking garage across the street.

Garrett Kusmack: Not much to it but neat to see once. It’s mainly a dog park.

Yosi Natural (Guerrera): I visited this Area and it is beautiful! Miami Corrupted System should have never allow to build anything NO BUILDINGS NO STRUCTURES around and respected the Historic Nature Area! Besides the PROVIDES ENOUGH FREE PARKING TO ACCESS TO IT!!!! AND STOP DOING EVERYTHING FOR MONEY AS PRIORITY WHEN NATURE PROVIDES EVERYTHING FOR FREE! It is The System who mislead and lie to people that produce work when what it does its taking FREE ACCESS TO EVERYTHING Which Latinos are from all America from North To South as we are Descendants from NATIVES! The REAL THRUTHFUL KNOWLEDGE AND HEALTHY. That its why I am giving 4 Starts

Lia Manley: Owners are not always careful with their pets off leashes, as i saw two other dogs. Which was a little worry some as i was walking my dog with my son in the stroller. Lucky they had short attention spans. Anyways it is a great spot for meeting with friends and family. Close to shops and restaurants.

Jacquie B's Watercraft Specialist: Spiritual place...one of oldest spots on Earth you can touch right here is Miami... our Stone henge

6. Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Surroundings
4
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.3
Wifi
4.8
Services nearby
4.5

Address: 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM

Telephone: (305) 250-9133

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "7:45 pm What did leisure activities look like in 1920s Miami?"

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Kenneth Johnson: Beautiful landscape, unique decor and tons of history packed into this place. Lots of art decor and history. The complimentary audio tour provides a great selection paced tool too explore this marvelous mansion. Tons of nooks and crannies to explore. The gardens are breathtaking and beautiful. Between the main building, the gazebo, and the gardens, there is no lack of photo opportunities. Spent hours exploring and enjoyed every minute.

gabi mckenzie: Very cool! I loved visiting. Beautiful home and gardens. Great info throughout with context on the lives of the family. Very busy and kind of pricey at $25 per ticket. There were a bunch of older people who didn’t get the concept of a digital ticket so that held up the line, we probably had to wait 20 minutes for a process that could have taken 5. Maybe fire signage or a separate line for those that need assistance? Also man, I got so sweaty exploring the gardens haha. More water fountains would have been appreciated but that might just be a me-thing. Inside the home was air conditioned which was nice, lots of places to sit and appreciate the architecture. It was very busy when I visited so we had to wait to read some info or see in to some rooms. We went on Sunday and we’re there around 11 so definitely prime time for this experience.

Malva Bee: It's worth every penny!- Ticket was $25, and you can only buy them online. The villa was built in the 1920s and was a technologically advanced house for that era. The architecture is from the Italian renaissance period with a modern touch. Exquisitely preserved and very impressive, this residence was established with the primary goal of entertaining guests. Beautiful architecture and interior with amazingly well-preserved furniture, tapestries, and murals. The gardens are stunning and magnificently maintained. Morning is the best time to go; there are fewer people in the morning, so I recommend planning for the morning on a week day to avoid crow. Manatees were around the docks! We didn't do the audio tour; the information on the placards is good enough to tell the history of its construction and some environmental factors that threaten it today! There's a cafe shop on site, and the food is okay. The walk through the gardens is pretty level, with occasional stairs. A dream place for photographers, art and architecture lovers, and history buffs. The villa has featured in several movies and is also a top wedding destination. Expect to spend around 1.5 to 2 hours fully exploring the mansion and gardens. The Museum closes around 4.30 pm.

Maya Bach: As someone who loves architecture, I have been wanting to come here for a while and this place did not disappoint. Lovely outdoor gardens scattered with truly unique structures set against the waterfront. I loved the small maze garden we came across and the fountain with tiny lily pads. Its obvious great care was taken to create and maintain this historic site. We went around 10:30 a.m. and it got hot pretty quickly so the coolness of the home was welcome. Also delightful to see how well-preserved the place is and to learn about the story behind it. Felt very COVID-safe walking in larger open spaces. We didn't opt for the guided tour but probably would do next time we visit. Would be hard to tour and view the whole space on just one visit. And wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses. and sunscreen. Worth a visit if you're visiting Miami for a long weekend.

Cassandra Peronel: This place gets 5 stars without question. The tickets are purchased online and only $25. Something to do for the day that’s inexpensive, learn history and take plenty of memorable photos. You have access to the mansion and the garden of this visit. I say you may need to take out minimum 4 hours of your time to see everything this place has to offer. I went on a hot day and walking through the garden was torture. Thank goodness I brought my small umbrella. I took over 100 pics that day, LOL! Definitely going back with a larger group of friends!

Dragana Nikolic: Such an interesting place to visit! Really reminds me of some of the gardens you'd see in Europe. The history was fascinating and the grounds are beautiful. I recommend checking it out! You do have to buy tickets online now & wear a mask inside the mansion.

Anneken Me: It is beautiful. You really get a feeling of how they lived back then. So many wonderful details like the ceilings. The gardens are organized but yet so wild. I saw so many different types of lizards running around plus a raccoon and a duck. At least I think it was a duck. Also, very importantly, the visitors bathroom was very comfortable and clean. A big plus!

David Brim: The number one place to come and visit in Miami. It’s an oasis of beauty and nature in Miami. Buoy at the turn of the last century, Vizcaya is a true architectural and artistic gem. Italianate villa build in the Miami Everglades when Miami only had 10,000 residents. The museum is well cared for and is stunning. We’ll worth a visit. Parking is easy and you simply buy your tickets online prior to entering.

Shima: Literally my favorite favorite place in Miami! Such an amazing mansion, with great water view and great indoor and outdoor architecture! I just loved the garden and all the beautiful details of it. This place looked like a heaven I would love to live an eternity in!!! There were many brides and many influencer taking pictures there and I, with my rock themed clothes, was so sad that I wasn't wearing anything fancy to be more picture worthy for this place! I will go back with lots of make up and a fancy dress. Moral of story, WEAR FANCY clothes to this place, you won't regret it!

Alberto Nicanor Rosario Mendez: The whole place is really interesting. Is fun to imagine those times when someone will arrive to a place and say "yeah, I'll build an insane mansion here; makes sense to me". I will say this is one of those place that you need to love history and such to enjoy it. I think I'm the only one of my friends and family that has ever been to this place as everyone goes to Miami for 1000 more reasons than to see this museum. Still, if you have the chance, give it some love. Just know what you're getting into

7. Monumento nacional historico

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Monumento nacional historico
Surroundings
4.3
Location
4.7
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
4.5
Services nearby
4.2

Address: 444 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Guy: Monument maker


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SAR Haro: (Translated by Google) This is a historic site, called El Cirúlo de Maimi or Miami Circle National Historic or Brickell Point. The monument points the way to the circle. Walking towards the seashore, he found rocks carved with drawings (a circle among other figures formed by holes). These figures are believed to have been made by a culture more than 2000 years ago. (Original) Este es un sitio historico, el llamado El circúlo de Maimi o Miami Circle National Historic o Punto Brickell. El monumento señala el camino hacia el circulo. Caminando hacia la orilla del mar, se encontró una rocas talladas con dibujos (circulo entre otras figuras formados por hoyos). Se cree que estas figuras fueran hechas por una cultura hace más de 2000 años.

8. Maurice A. Ferré Park

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Maurice A. Ferré Park
Surroundings
4.8
Location
4.2
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Wifi
5
Services nearby
4

Address: 1075 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (305) 358-7550

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "The planetarium is a must see"

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Angela Davis: Clean, relatively large park right by the water! Great for people watching and taking a stroll. Beautiful on a sunny day like we had. Took the Baywalk Path from here down to the big yacht, this was a good place to start.

Beatriz Garcia: Honestly this place is pretty cool and interesting. I enjoy coming here. I will come back again. It was a nice place to bring kids. I would definitely bring my younger brother with me next time

Vivian Maurice: Great place for outdoors recreation! Being your bikes, strollers and sport shoes! You can forget you are in a big city for a moment. Is a place to feel the fresh breeze and enjoy the nature. We love to bring our family here, there is parking and also is pet friendly.

Micah Marie Johnson: I love this park. It’s sprawling with lots of trees and green grass(and a parking lot!). They ever added in a gated dog park, and have started to add benches inside , etc. It has one of the best views of the bay, where you can watch giant cruise ships turn around, and you can see the Ferris wheel too. Great for a workout, walk, jog, bike, picnic, or a nap on your yoga mat. :)

Brad Vickery: We visited the Frost science museum at the park. Lots of fun for kids 4-12 ish. Plan for about an hour per level. We were there about 5 hours.

Bruce Talbot: Nice public space often featuring interesting free events. Clean and safe during the day of our visit. Parking can be difficult and expensive. Nice children's museum nearby.

Jee Kim: Maurice A. Ferre Park is a great park. We love it even more because it got huge fenced dog parks for small and large dogs with shaded areas. We brought our dog today and he had a lot of fun running around and playing with other dogs. I recommend bringing a water bowl and water since the park itself doesn't provide water for dogs.

Christopher Vinson: Great park to walk. Picnic. Watch the boat drive by. Family friendly. Skate boarded, rollerblade, bicycle

Dennis Saul: Looks like a beautiful park to spend an afternoon. We were there for a rally, but will definitely return during the day

Araceli Burket: Loved getting to pet the sea-pancakes (rays) and I annoyed an owl...I think it's a win. Had fun :) take your time exploring.

9. Giant Head Statue

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Giant Head Statue
Surroundings
4.4
Location
4.2
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5
Services nearby
4.1

Address: 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Everyone saw da head"

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Jeffrey Ng: Nice walk with nice views around

Lucky Lucian: Everyone saw da head

Cesar Benhur Rodriguez: Beautiful place in Downtown Miami!

Julio Rodriguez: its a head

Jake Silverman: It is what it is

Joaquín Uriach: (Translated by Google) Gigantic and wonderful head of the Catalan sculptor Jaume Plensa, entitled "Looking Into My Dreams, Awilda". It is a woman's face, serene, with closed eyes, which gives tranquility and calm to the busy port of Miami. (Original) Gigantesca y maravillosa cabeza del escultor catalan Jaume Plensa, titulada “Looking Into My Dreams, Awilda”. Es una cara de mujer, serena, con los ojos cerrados, que da tranquilidad y sosiego al concurrido puerto de Miami.

Luca P.: (Translated by Google) Nice contrast of shapes and colors (Original) Bel contrasto di forme e colori

10. Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

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Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach
Surroundings
4.1
Location
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4
Wifi
4.2
Services nearby
4.7

Address: 1933-1945 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (305) 538-1663

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Amazing monument and a must see"

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Lady Kia: The Holocaust is a piece of history I enjoy learning more and more about. It's a very horrific piece of history indeed but hearing and seeing what these people went through must be shared with many generations to come. It's a small memorial but it was lovely nonetheless. If you're in Miami Beach this is a must see!

Jennifer Wright: So powerful and moving...intense and surreal to see all people depicted in the statue and the names on all the walls.

Californika T: this memorial is striking in the heart. there you feel the incredible pain of those events. very nice and quiet park with a magnificent pond. being there, you immediately understand that you are lucky to live and be free. sculptures, photographs and an endless number of victim names make you numb with the horror of the Holocaust ...

Rachelle A.: Really great place, but be aware that there are pictures that can be graphic and inappropriate for young children due to naked people, and mounts of bodies. Otherwise it was heart wrenching, and very informational. The hand statue is really magnificent and a wonder to look at.

Christopher Eidt: An emotional experience, panels literally walk you through the hardships of the Holocaust with heartbreaking imagery with brutal descriptions. We must be taken aback by the extent of cruelty and mistreatment (it is described that death was cheered for), and while it’s hard to understand how people can be so hateful, seeing this memorial in the present times (2020 for me) is a wake-up call for how easily humanity can be manipulated into hatred. There is little here about the Nazi’s themselves, but this memorial is not for them. It is the victims we must cherish not because so many of them suffered to death (including one example of a man who opted for death by electric fence to escape the dreadful gas chambers), but because they lived. Real people were incinerated. Real children were taken from their families and killed. Millions of people. The memorial is a beautiful piece of art. A free exhibit, too, worth seeing to reflect on the event alone...I couldn’t help but take photos of the reflections I found.

Radu Schefler: Story so sad, so interesting.Must remember for ever

Brandon Earhart: Truly amazing memorial. Attended an event here on National Holocaust Remembrance Day and was in awe of the detail of this memorial. Great educational location to ensure we never forget.

Mauricio Pretto: What a strong, punch on the face message this place sendsReally one of the most impactful memorials I've beenThe hand sculpture it's so deep and strong I have no words to describe it

Esgoya Sazon: Simply put, it was amazing! So peaceful, yet so disturbing. The emotion you feel while standing there, reading about this travesty, is immense. It was well made. The Botanical Gardens, right behind it, is really neat too!

LeAnn Hillman: Absolutely stunning memorial. A must see in Miami. The statues are very life like and tragic which gives a view of the horrific events that occurred in the Holocaust that we cannot forget. A very somber place for reflection and remembrance of those that were lost.

11. The Margulies Collection at the WAREhOUSE

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The Margulies Collection at the WAREhOUSE
Surroundings
4.3
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
4
Wifi
4.7
Services nearby
4.4

Address: 591 NW 27th St, Miami, FL 33127

Telephone: (305) 576-1051

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "The collection is impressive, a must see experience."

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Jake Harrouff: The Margulies Collection is easily my favorite space for contemporary art in the Miami area. There are so many fantastic pieces to see. The focus is mostly large scale installation, sculpture, or mixed media works - easily some of the most memorable pieces of art that I’ve seen. The physical location is also great for exploring the rest of the Wynwood area. I visited on two separate occasions. The first time the power was out so was only able to view the first couple rooms towards the front. The second time, I was able to view the whole collection. However, it’s not really clear how to the ticket process works - if even still a thing. There was not anyone at the entry when I arrived and after waiting for a bit decided to go ahead and wander around and would get a ticket at the end. After viewing everything, I still had not come across any staff/there wasn’t anyone at the front so I simply left. The website mentions a $10 fee for tickets, but that might be outdated.

britt bryant: Absolutely a great way to spend an afternoon. So worth ten bucks. The collection has a very distinct perspective and is unlike what you’ll see in typical galleries and museums. This collection is defined by some of the most thought provoking large and alternative format pieces you’ll see anywhere.

Pei “Panda”: Pretty spectacular. For $10 dollars, it is quite the value in culture and an immersive experience. I enjoyed my time here, thank you for the exposure to all of the artists I've observed here.

Shari Harrison: Must make a reservation. However, there is a line (typcially 40 min) for those without reservations. Totally worth it - museum is much better than MOCA across the street (although MOCA is a must-see as well and only takes 20 min).

Kevin Hubbard: Super cool installation art. All the proceeds go to charity too. Well worth the $10 each to get in. You won't be disappointed if you're a lover of arts.

Cornelius J. Hammertooth: This is one of the greatest art collections I've seen! The display is very spacious, the staff are friendly, and the Anselm Kiefer gallery is amazing!

Hannah Cook: One of the most amazing collections I've ever had the pleasure of seeing!

Reirui: Amazing large scale exhibitions and the place was not crowded at all.

Frank Cavazzini: The work was all laid out well with artist and background. Great space and highly recommend.

Neverwhere unseen: One of the best collection of contemporary art in south florida. An amazing collection of keifer Anselm. If you can only make one visit to see art, make this the first stop!

12. Máximo Gómez Park

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Máximo Gómez Park
Surroundings
4.4
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1
Services nearby
5

Address: 801 SW 15th Ave, Miami, FL 33135

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (305) 859-2717

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "You have to visit both day and night, daytime you ..."

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Los Treces: The greatest intercontinental champion of all time used to frequent this park and destroy all of those who dared to play him at dominos.

Nadia Carrera: A stop to make while passing by Calle 8 / 8 Street in Miami. Old Cubans are always there playing DOMINO simultaneously . And there are a variety of Cuban restaurants with Latin jazz or just across the street an ice cream shop with unique flavors.

Guillermo Cortés: It's not just the Park, but the whole Calle 8, so vibrant, so colorful, so full of excitement. This is Little Havana at its best.

Alejandro P: Nice little park if you want to play dominos, chess, or checkers. Too many tourists loitering around but the players seem to be able to tune them out. I would vote not letting people in unless they are going to play.

Prixila Garcia: Really cute park, fill with a lot of domino and chess players, so cool for taking pictures and feel the Cuban culture.

Claudia Rodriguez: Recommended to pass by on Cultural Friday. A wide variety of music, dances and artwork from different countries.

Shannon Hawk: Fun place to walk around. I enjoyed watching the domino and chess play. It was hard to pick where to eat as there were so many choices but the food was great.

Jean Charles: Wear your guaya and cubanito hat and be ready to throw some bones or just be a spectator and enjoy the fun. It almost looks like a movie set but is an authentic celebration of the culture.

Xiangxiang Xie: Good place to Experience. I like the colorful cocks and painted boxes.

Maciej Wichrowski: Is it even a park? It is so tiny. Whatever it is it surely is a must see in Litlle Havana. 100% authenticity.

13. Skyviews Miami Observation Wheel

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Skyviews Miami Observation Wheel
Surroundings
4.6
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
4.9
Wifi
4.6
Services nearby
4.3

Address: 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1PM

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "A must do in Miami! Great ferris wheel!"

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Patrick Prentice: Had a great time here with my family! The cabins look small from the outside, but my family of five fit in there comfortably. The views were awesome! Although, I think the best time to come is at sunset! Downtown Miami looks spectacular from up there! 😊👍

Milan BALAZ: A must do in Miami! Great ferris wheel! The views from the cabin were amazing (the cabin was well air-conditioned). We visited on Monday late afternoon and we waited like 3 min top. We did 6 revolutions and really enjoyed it. The crew was very well organized and in good mood! Strongly recommend!

RJ and Family: Views you can only get in an airplane. Air-conditioned units well chilled. Roughly a 15 to 20 minute ride of continuous motion except when people get off. The staff was very cordial and polite. Highly recommend this ride if you have not done it. Best views of Miami without owning $50 million condo at the top floor.

Ellyn Davis: This is definitely a tourist attraction, but if you want to see some pretty views of Miami and the bay, this is a good thing to do. I was surprised at how long the ride is. We went around at least 5-7 times, maybe more. The cabins are air conditioned and it seemed clean overall.

Mohan Shash: You get some nice views. I recommend trying it during sunset, we ended up going early had we had the sunset cruise booked. On a weekday afternoon it was quick to get in.

PoeticChef: Very dope experience! Take a date. Take the family. I think each car holds 8 people! Shops all over! even game stop For the game heads out there. Restaurants all over! Very nice view from the top of the Ferris wheel! Smooth ride. TREAT YO SELF! Poetic Approved.

Tosha Moyer: Such an extraordinary place, both day and night. The mornings are beautiful to watch the sunrise and ships come in. Then come night fall you get to see the whole city lit up.

Teckla Wattman: It is a spectacular view and fun ride. No rocking at all . Very smooth ride . I think it went around twice very slowly. Worth the ticket price. You can see in every direction on a clear day which it was when I visited. I’m from Kansas so I didn’t recognize the landmarks but it was quite beautiful and relaxing too. The gondolas are enclosed and if you feel hot there is air coming through like on an airplane that you can adjust .

Stephanie D L: If you are scared of heights like I am this ride may be a bit of a challenge but the view from 900+ feet makes it's so worth it. The admission was $20 (05/2022) and it goes around approximately 4-6 times. Enjoy the ride and the breathtaking views.

Crussian Doe: Great experience, very safe to the point of being too safe, after old school open carts it's pretty boring.But great for families and even lil ones will have a blast.

14. Toussaint Louverture Memorial Statue

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Toussaint Louverture Memorial Statue
Surroundings
5
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.2
Services nearby
4.1

Address: 6136 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Guy: Monument


Review: "Nothing else to see besides the statue."

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Jean Prophete: A duty for me to visit these sites around specific dates because brings back memories of my ancestors fighting lots of conflicts to allow us Libert...I can feel their presence all around me

Megan Gabelman: One of the only monuments in south Florida honoring Haitian Independence Day; in honor of the hundreds of thousands lives lost in 2010

Danielle Keener: Very small park with tree and bush shade from the sun. Benches to sit and rest. Statue to reflect on Little Haiti and it's beauty.

Jennifer Nicolas Francois: Historical place, a great place to visit with the children, and explain the history of our Rich, beautiful 💜 Haitian culture

Jameelah Ahmad: Reminder Of A Grand Story Of The Past That Spreads From Africa To The Western Hemisphere and Beyond.Great Design!

Hellandback86 Hellandback86: Most diverse place to live in Miami Haitians treat you with respect and are friendly to everyone.

Matt Moore: Well done statue of a great man. Very tiny park. Nothing else to see besides the statue.

chourine elneus: Just amazing,standing by the statue make you feels powerful

Marie Marcellus: E we l

Nyeisha Moven: Pokemon go spot they have seats so you can sit there and use a lure module

15. Bayfront Park

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Bayfront Park
Surroundings
4.8
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4
Wifi
4.2
Services nearby
4.7

Address: 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (305) 358-7550

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Go here for souvenirs and to ride a boat to see famous people mansions."

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Willie Zackary: Great place for outdoors recreation! Being your bikes, strollers and sport shoes! You can forget you are in a big city for a moment. Is a place to feel the fresh breeze and enjoy the nature. We love to bring our family here, there is parking and also is pet friendly.

Jeff: Beautiful open space with a waterfront promenade. There’s a kids playground so you can sit and take a breather while the kids can burn of some craziness. It’s surrounded by sky scrapers but it feels like you’re out of the city if you’re facing the water. Perfect place to take a break with or without kids.

Dr. Tachi: Great venue for outdoor concerts! We had a great time at the D-Nice presents Club Quarantine. And the staff was very friendly and welcoming!

Angela Davis: Not a whole lot to see, but a nice green space that can be connected to other spots along the water heading north! A Christmas tree was set up when we visited, and the fountain turned off, but it was a nice area.

Jack Kaz (HyeProfile): Simply the perfect venue for Ultra Music Festival. The ocean views, the towering skyscrapers of downtown, the ideal climate... Bayfront has it all...

Justin Johnson: Bayfront park in Miami was awesome. I’ve always stayed in south beach and staying near here wasby A good take and good time and I can’t wait to go back.

Antonio Munroe: Honestly just went far a quick stroll around the park with my girlfriend before the miami heat game to catch the scenery. I wouldn't say it's a very big park cause we kind of went around it in like ten minutes but it is a pretty cool place to hang out if your into picnics and outdoors. The ocean very is very beautiful as well. A great spot to do photography and art

Utkrisht Shah: The boat tour starts from here. There is also a Ferris wheel where you can enjoy lots of scenic stuffs like top of hard-rock guitar and the sea. The palm trees and coconut trees gives you the vibes of the Caribbean.

Sandra Olabode: The boat tour is so enjoyable. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and spoke clearly in English and Spanish were every one could understand. The mansions of the stars were beautiful. It is a very nice tour and worth the ride. Also great drinks from the bartender.

Mountain Kat: Not bad for a tourist attraction. Lots of shops and vendors. I wouldn't recommend coming with a tour group but definitely nice to check out on your own.

16. HistoryMiami Museum

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HistoryMiami Museum
Surroundings
4.4
Location
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.8
Services nearby
5

Address: 101 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Wed

Telephone: (305) 375-1492

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "A really great museum - a must visit!"

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Mauro Ruini: The History Miami Museum was a nice surprise. It is definitely not one of the most celebrated museums in Miami, but it turned out to be very interesting. The best part is in the second building, north of the main ones; we spent almost 2 hours there and you can learn a lot about the history of Miami. I definitely recommend a visit but take your time in the 2nd bldg. to read what you are looking at.
Response: Thank you so much for the nice review. We are happy to read you enjoyed your time with us. We look forward to seeing you back in the galleries.

Adriana Ruini: Miami is known worldwide as a “fiesta city”; but although it doesn’t have a lot of museums like other big cities, if you are interested in culture, you can find some good venues/events here as well. One of them if the History Miami Museum, located Downtown, in an area frequented by a lot of people not as fortunate as we all are, but frankly I never had a problem walking there (at least during the day). We found this little gem thanks to a Groupon offer, and went to Miami last month for a day trip just to see the museum. Unfortunately we found it closed, and there was no sign at all at the entrance, nothing indicated on their website, no special message on their answering machine… It was a passer-by that reminded us it was Veteran’s Day: our fault for not having thought of that, but I’m still rating the museum 4 stars instead of 5 because of their lack of proper communication (potential international visitors won’t know that city’s offices are closed for Veteran’s Day). So we took another day trip to Miami this month to go and see the museum. The museum consists in 2 buildings of 2 floors, and you start your visit in the building displaying items belonging to the most recent history of Miami. I understand that in this section they also have special exhibits, but unfortunately there was none not when we visited. I found the second building much more interesting: it goes from the old times and also has more items. The place is small, but I think we stayed in the second building for almost a couple of hours: I loved it! It’s very informative, shows lots of very old pictures, a video, and makes you want to further study Miami’s history. I really enjoyed my visit!
Response: Thank you so much Adriana for your review. We are so happy you enjoyed your visit with us. We have taken your feedback and will make sure that our holiday schedule is even more visible on the website. Thank you for visiting.

marianne cadena: Actually two museums, North Bldg. has the History of South Florida, South Bldg. has more local items. Lots of hands on displays and informative stories. Not too expensive & a pleasant, interesting way to spend an hour or two

Tamara Etienne: Beautiful to see the Dreams Exhibit and learn about all the people that have lived in Miami. Including my people, Haitians! Loved the tour guide and will be returning again! Free for families every 2nd Saturday. Check site for monthly updates.
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Daviyion Johnson: If you're in Miami and interested in the history of the region and the city this is a great starting point. It wasn't as comprehensive of the post 1950s as I would haveiked, but it was still full of lots of cool memorabilia and factoids.

Jennifer Nanek: Excellent experience. Came here for a quick visit. A small museum that does a good job capturing the history and culture of Miami. I like the bright colors in their displays. They keep the information simple and to the point. My recommendation is they need a gift shop.

Fairuziana Humam: Nice place to visit for a 2 hours quick overview about the history of Miami from 10,000 years ago 😱 I went when it was free. I think it's quite a new museum and pretty small, but what they have is all well made and presented. Good educational trip.

Michael Jimenez: Fun day today at the Miami History Museum. Especially since today was free entry for everyone. This place had a lot to see. More than I expected. If you are in the downtown area. Make some time to check it out. An hour to two max to see all the displays they have. Lots of interesting facts and history of the Miami area. Also if you are new to this area. Look for the Metro mover around the North side of the Museum to get a free ride around the City.

Ryesher Dsouza: A nice museum which takes you through the sequence of events that built Miami as a city. Nice to see a different perspective on this legendary city. You can spend a good 1.5 hours here across the two buildings. While the chronological exhibits were great, I must say that I was blown away by the Photo Walk on the 2nd Floor of the second building. The photographer has so brilliantly captured some of the pictures that you will definitely be mesmerized by the quality of the images and their perspective. Overall, a great place to spend a few hours and then go grab lunch!
Response: Thank you so much Ryesher for the great review. We are so pleased to read you enjoyed your time with us.

Carrie C.: A cultural oculus centered in Downtown shining light on the diverse history and colorful character of Miami. The History Miami Museum is an immersive experience diving deep into the treasures of the past. Moments in time on display encompassing the space of two buildings and intrinsically located next to the library for further cerebral enhancement. Explore freely and absorb the magic of Miami!
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17. Jungle Island

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Jungle Island
Surroundings
4.6
Location
4.9
Possibility of Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.8
Services nearby
4.7

Address: 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Fri

Telephone: (305) 400-7000

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Wonderful place to visit. Your kids will love it."

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Renee Benaim: Attended the Candlelight concert series here. Pop on Strings. An amazing, romantic evening! Very organized event. Parking was $20 and right next to the Bloom Ballroom where the event took place. Food and drink are available. You order and pay on your phone and items are brought to your seat. Seating is separated for social distancing.

Robert Maviglia: Enjoyed tonight's show, Candlelight Series, A Tribute to Queen. The performance was great. Freddie Mercury could not have imagined how prolific his talent could have become. Queen lives on. Tonight's artists were outstanding!

Samuel: attended a ballroom dinner fundraiser 2/7/22. one of the most elegant spaces I've ever seen

Yaniv Feldman: This place holds the most luxurious events. It's fun filming them with our crew, every single time. The staff is very accommodating and the facility is very versatile. Highly recommended.

David Shusterman: This is a good place for a drink at the beach. We just rain is with lifeguard station. This is a nice bar area in a very Caribbean table well. The dress very good though I didn’t eat any food there.

Kay Logan: LOVVVEEE THIS PLACE! This place is a combination of an aquarium , planetarium and a museum! There is also a huge beautiful rain forest exhibit as well where you can see exotic butterflies. It's a great place to check out if you are in Norcal! I highly recommend this place to anyone of all ages. It takes about 3 to 4 hours to see everything and they close at 5PM so plan accordingly. If you have student ID, you will save some money :) When you arrive make sure to get a Planetarium Show ticket in the back with purple signs. It's a great place to take a nap with blasting AC.

Emilio Olan: I came for a tribute to Queen by Candlelight concerts. Done by Liteso string quartet. The venue was presented by fever. They have an app and you can find their information online too. The venue offer beer and liquor and assorted healthy and not so healthy snacks. The ambiance and environment was relax and pleasant. I would recommend whole hearted any events presented here at Jungle Island Events and any fever event.

Daniel Volodarsky: It was alright, nothing super exciting or significant. Definitely not worth the full price, even for kids. The only attractive features are the kangaroo walkabout, the petting area and the shows. We went and the kangaroo walkabout wasn't even open so we missed that part. Overall not bad but not great either.

Zlatko Unger: $50 for a ticket and half of the place is under construction or closed? It's like a cool night club that happens to be a letting zoo during the day. Also, half the staff is friendly and nice, and the other half are sick if their job.and don't want to be helpful.

Alicia Ostenson: I think this a great place to take kids. Did not partake in the theme park portion, more just the animal portion. It was still interesting as a few adults, as the vibrant amount of plants are very pretty and the amount of birds they have is quite grand. Did as part of the Miami go pass, which was definitely worth it. Saw a bird show, which was also great.

18. Miami Tower

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351 reviews
Miami Tower
Surroundings
4.8
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
4.7
Services nearby
4.3

Address: 100 SE 2nd St, Miami, FL 33131

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (305) 539-7100

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Definitely a must see in Miami. Go up to the Sky Lobby, beautiful ..."

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Tricia Almeida: This is the absolute worst parking garage I have ever parked in in my entire life. We have been waiting for 1 hour after a concert without moving 1 inch. Our car is turned off in the parking garage waiting for any movement. Absolutely insane and ridiculous. I will never park in this garage again. ABSOLUTE TRASH. There HAS to be a better system. Unbelievable. DO NOT PARK HERE.

Planned Perfect Events: Beautiful space for a rooftop wedding in downtown Miami. We had the pleasure of planning an amazing destination wedding at this location. Located in the heart of downtown Miami filled with skyscrapers, lush palms, beautiful water view, and a panoramic skyline view of our beautiful Miami.

Mauricio Pretto: Iconic miami buildingAs a architectural enthusiast I need to highlight this amazing pointThe sun on the windows make the show even more intersections

Alex Cordero: Nice lobby, considering it is on the high level. Amazing views from the lobby. The parking is narrow though, not ideal for a big car.

Guillermo De Nacimiento: Beautiful building with great access to transit and fantastic views, in a nice urban neighborhood.

Nelda Harris: The Miami tower is this city's iconic skyscraper built in a semicircular shape. It's the edifice upon which you easily recognize the Miami skyline, just like the Empire State in NY. During the day its blue glass panels shine on Florida sun, while at night it's illuminated with changing colors what's a very nice scene. During my previous visit 12y ago it was a Bank of America tower, while this time I didn't see that sign. Neither I saw the possibility to access the top floor, which would be a nice tourist attraction, as it's one of the highest bldgs in Miami.

Zeek Stagg: This building is hands down, one of the easiest buildings to commute to in Miami.

Tivy the Owl: So the building itself ... I mean it's a gigantic skyscraper that gives a great view that would no doubt be stunning without the rain. The part that was not attractive was both the traffic to get there and the needlessly compact parking lots that use some sort of mini car as the prototype for the space. If we drove some suburban assault vehicle, that would be one thing, but we drive a standard sedan and had trouble. This is no Sears Tower but if giant office towers are your bag, I doubt this would disappoint.

T AA: One of my favorite buildings in miami. Its basically an office building but the look on the outside is awesome. Looks like a 1/4 of a wedding cake. I wish they had an observation deck for tourists.

wayne ellis: Landmark structure in downtown Miami. Good security features. Reasonable access from car park, however the car park access is a little tricky, that is not well identifiable. Beautiful interior design and layout.

19. Miami Monument Company

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Miami Monument Company
Surroundings
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5
Services nearby
5

Address: 4806 NW 7th St, Miami, FL 33126

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (786) 391-3600

Guy: Monument maker


Review: "Miami monument was great!!!"

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Paul Lloyd: Excellent customer service and a good price. I checked with a number of monument companies and Miami Monument was hands down the best price. The best part was their customer service. I worked with Yayan and she was the great. Due to Covid we had to wait to get the grave marker, but they kept us updated all along the way. Highly recommend them in your time of need.
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Lisette Garcia: This company was professional, efficient and fast with service. Communication was great as they shared photos of the plaque prior to installation. The plaque came out beautiful. Made this process easy during such a hard time. Highly recommend.

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20. Miami Seaquarium

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12805 reviews
Miami Seaquarium
Surroundings
4.8
Location
4.2
Possibility of Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.1
Services nearby
4.9

Address: 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (305) 361-5705

Guy: Tourist attraction


Review: "Definitely not in the list of top 10 aquatic attractions I've visited."

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Miami Seaquarium: what do users think?


Rene' Simon: This is a nice little park that will take a half day to experience. Don't come expecting sea world as it's an older establishment but it is well worth a trip if you need to entertain children. We did the dolphin experience and my teenage kids loved it, one even said it was the best part of the entire week!! It is a bit pricey but the memories are what you come here for.

David Magee: Visited on Saturday, May 14, 2022. The “shows” are geared towards kids primarily but fun to see as adults. The park seems a bit run down. Bathrooms we’re in good shape. It was not near as busy as we expected it to be. We arrived at open and left after 5 hours. Great walking. Easy to follow their maps. FLIPPER was neat. Top Deck Dolphin show was great. Sea Lion show very entertaining. Too much talking in each show. Not enough tricks and flips. A nice day in the sun and they do not really gouge you here in the pricing of trinkets, but it is expensive as most attractions are.
Response: Hello, we appreciate your positive feedback about your experience. We are so thrilled that you enjoyed your time with us and look forward to seeing you again soon!

Luis Felipe Rios: The dolphin show was extraordinary. They got two shows in different parts of the aquarium and it was simply amazing. I’ve never seen such an amazing dolphin show. The other spectacles were great too, the seals and sea lions had a great one too. The only thing I didn’t like was the habitat for the penguins. They looked terribly sad in a small place. I wasn’t able to see the whale but hopefully I’ll be back later this year to see it. And I also hope the penguins get a better place.

Christerpher Hunter: Some of the exhibitions we're closed. It seemed the place was all about the dolphins with a side of sea lions, manatees, turtles, stingrays, and sharks. The park is small. Could walk the entire thing is less than 30 minutes. Daughter still enjoyed herself (4.5 yrs old). Will not be returning until she is at least 10 yrs old. Minimum to swim with dolphins or feed sea lion while in the pool with them.
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Tahsin Tahmid: Has lots of varieties of sea animals and birds. The shows are enjoyable. The animal show time when we went were: 11am (The Dolphin show) -12pm (Sea Lion) -1pm (Flipper show *Best*). 2hrs is more than enough to explore the entire Seaquarium

Hadi Karanouh: Honestly not worth the 50$ at all Highly disappointing experience , many shows were not available , the place is really old and in urgent need of a renovation. We went to many other aquariums abroad and locally and they were all cheaper and better. However truth be told the staff are really friendly and helpful and i admired that about them.

Tibor Szekely: The animals are nice to see. That in itself is an experience. Disappointed with the service relating to dolphin show. Their camera "malfunctioned" and we only got limited amount of pics from the end of the dolphin interaction. Flew here from Canada, spent $700 for my kids to interact with the dolphins. Would have liked the cameras to be working. They gave me a free print out of a pic that worked for compensation. Mixed experience.
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Chance Lambert: Very very disappointing. Only about a half hour worth of animals to see, and the best thing was their birds surprisingly. A lot closed at this point, might be slightly better in the future. Just too small altogether though.
Response: Hello, We are sorry that you are disappointed but appreciate your feedback. We are committed to providing you with a great experience and hope you give us another chance in the future.

Maria Torres: The place is nice , but I was disappointed. My kids and I were expecting to see Lolita , the map shows the big killer Wale so we were exited for the experience But when we were there we were told it was up for renovations. 😏 Then don’t advertise it. And the price is high for the shows we see there . Also the Sea lion show was kind of boring the speaker was bad you couldn’t hear what they were saying. And the shows are very short. Food is very expensive also.

Mary F. Samara - Magermans: Considering the situation with covid y'all need to install more places to wash your hands around the park The flipper show was OK NO killer whale show, and it was the main reason we chose to visit this place. The food overpriced and low quality. And the ticket prices are way too expensive $210 for 2 Adults & 2 kids, bought online for $178 which I still think is too expensive. Felt sorry for the manatees in such a small pool.

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