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Adventure Mini Golf Tournaments, 305-246 3731
272nd Street & US 1, Homestead
Families that play together stay together.  Adventure Mini Golf in a Tropical Setting. Very Challenging and demanding fun course. Rated best outdoor attraction by South Florida Parenting Magazine for 1998-1998!! Also available Hot Indy GoCarts and the Extreme Sport of the New Millennium PAINTBALL.  The highly acclaimed family entertainment center is absolutley the crown jewel in the South Dade area on the direct route to and from the Florida Keys. Located on US 1 in Homestead

Art Deco Historic District, 305-672-2014
1001 Ocean Drive, Miami
The Art Deco welcome Center, , introduces visitors to the historic miami Art Deco District. Walking tours depart the Center Saturday at 10:30 a.m., Thursdays at 6:30 p,m. or by special request for large groups. Historic District shop featuring 20th Century collectibles located nearby.

Crandon Park Beach, 305-361-6767
4000 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne
Spread over 900 acres, the beach is one of the most popular amongst the tourists as well as the locals. It is known for its clean and immaculate sand, the surf, calm waters, and winding promenade. A lagoon style beach, it has off shore sandbars that protect the people swimming along the coast from crashing surf. This is basically a low surf impact beach and is quite safe.

Biscayne National Park, 305-230-1100
9700 SW 328 Street, Homestead
A 53-foot glass-bottom boat and a 45-foot diving and snorkeling catamaran take adventurers across southern Biscayne Bay, through wilderness, mangrove creeks, islands, and out to tropical coral reefs teeming with sea life. Family snorkeling and scuba diving available from the boat. Canoe and kayak rentals, picnic area, walking trails, fishing, camping and shower facilities available. Reservations required.

Biscayne Nature Center, 305-361-6767
4000 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne
Offers hands-on marine exploration, coastal hammock hikes, fossil-rock reef walks, bike trips, local history lectures and beach walks. Marine exploration trips scheduled at low tide only. All trips led by a naturalist guide. By reservation only. Call for tour information and reservations.

Everglades Alligator Farm, 305-247-2628
40351 SW 192 Avenue, Homestead
Explore the everglades on a thrilling airboat tour and enjoy live shows every hour featuring alligators and snakes. Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Everglades National Park, 305-242-7700
40001 State Road 9336, Homestead
The third largest national park in the Continental U.S., encompassing 1.5 million acres of rare and beautiful ecosystems. The park contains a visitor center, nature trails, a full service marina, boat launching ramps, boat rentals and camping facilities.

Everglades Safari Park, 305-226-6923
26700 Tamiami Trail, Miami
Features an alligator farm and show, guided airboat rides, a jungle trail, an interpretive center, a restaurant and a gift shop.

Fairchild Tropical Garden, 305-667-1651

10901 Old Cutler Road, Miami

A garden, living museum and laboratory with an internationally renowned botanical collection.

Gator Park, 305-559-2255

24050 SW 8th Street, Miami

Narrated airboat tours of the Everglades, wildlife shows and alligator wrestling.

IMAX Theater at Sunset Place, 305-663-IMAX

5701 Sunset Drive, Suite 134, South Miami

State of the art theater with six story high screen.

Miami Metro Zoo, 305-251-0400
12400 SW 152 Street, Miami
Experience the excitement of the world's jungles with more than 800 animals of 191 species in a 290-acre habitat. Restaurant and concession stands. Open daily 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Miami Seaquarium, 305-361-5705
4400 Rickenbacker Cswy, Miami
Enjoy 38 acres of entertainment, great shows and exhibits. Home of Lolita the Killer Whale and TV superstar Flipper. Laugh with the island adventures of Sally the Sea Lion and thrill to the power, grace and beauty of dolphins performing with Lolita. Open daily 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

Miccosukee Indian Village and Everglades Boat Tours, 305-223-8380

US Hwy. 41, Miami

Authentic Indian village in The Everglades. Crafts demonstrations, museum, alligator exhibits, airboat rides.

Monkey Jungle,  305-235-1611
14805 SW 216 Street, Miami
"Where the humans are caged and the monkeys run wild." Escape on a jungle safari. Explore the wilds of South America and Asia. Witness crab-eating monkeys diving for treats. Delve into the lush, tropical Amazonian rain forest filled with hundreds of exotic monkeys. Continuous presentations. Also contains one of the richest fossil deposits in southern Florida, with more than 5,000 specimens. New exhibit includes rare Amazon parrots. Snack bar and gift shop. Open daily 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Adults $13.50, children (4-12) $8, children (under 4) free, seniors $10.50.


Parrott Jungle, 305-666-7834
11000 SW 57 Avenue, Miami
A unique bird sanctuary, wildlife habitat and botanical garden. Parrots fly free, feed from your hand and pose for pictures. Trained bird and tropical wildlife shows. Flamingos, apes, alligators, giant tortoises and other exotic reptiles, including an albino alligator. Also features a petting zoo and children's playground. "Monkey see, Monkey Do" show and exhibit and a walk-through lory aviary. See the jungle encounter "Creatures in the Mist, A Rain Forrest Adventure." Gift shop.

South Beach, 305- 673-7720
Ocean Drive from 1st to 22nd Streets, Miami Beach
Located in the southern most tip of Miami, the South Beach has an identity of its own. On of the hottest nightspot in the world, it is a mecca of adult entertainment. Stretching for less than two square miles the beach is ranked amongst the top ten beaches in the world. The fine white sand, the surf, and the waters are something that the people come to this beach. Be sure to bump into topless and other nearly nude sunbathers here. Besides the pulsating nightlife and the entertainment the beach homes the beach homes varieties of restaurants serving cuisines from all over the world, bars, clubs, hotels, and lots more. 

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Barracuda Marlin Course

6401 Kendale Lakes Dr, Miami

305- 382-3930

public, 18 hole, 6719 yds, Par 72, CR-73.6, S-132

 

Dolphin / Barracuda Course 

6401 Kendale Lakes Dr, Miami

305- 382-3930

public, 18 hole, 6679 yds, Par 72, CR-73.1, S-130

 

Briar Bay Golf Course

9373 SW 134th St, Miami

305- 235-6667

public, 9 hole, 3966 yds, Par 31, CR-N/A, S-N/A

 

Costa Del Sol Golf Course

100 Costa Del Sol Blvd, Miami

305- 592-9210

 public, 18 hole, 6400 yds, Par 72, CR-70.0, S-118

 

Doral Golf Resort & Spa

       Blue Course, 4400 NW 87th Ave, Miami, 305- 592-2030

       resort, 18 hole, 7125 yds, Par 72, CR-74.5, S-130

       Gold Course, 4400 NW 87th Ave, Miami, 305- 592-2030

       resort, 18 hole, 6602 yds, Par 70, CR-73.3, S-129

       Red Course,  4400 NW 87th Ave, Miami 305- 592-2030

       resort, 18 hole, 5874 yds, Par 69, CR-68.5, S-118

       Silver Course, 4400 NW 87th Ave, Miami, 305- 592-2030

       resort, 18 hole, 6557 yds, Par 71, CR-72.5, S-131

       White Course 4400 NW 87th Ave, Miami, 305- 592-2030

       resort, 18 hole, 6208 yds, Par 72, CR-69.7, S-117

 

Doral Park Silver Course

5001 NW 104th Ave, Miami

305- 477-1906

resort, 18 hole, 6557 yds, Par 71, CR-N/A, S-N/A

 

Fontainebleau Park Golf Course

       East Course, 9603 Fontainebleau Blvd, Miami, 305- 221-5181

       public, 18 hole, 7035 yds, Par 72, CR-73.3, S-122

       West Course, 9603 Fontainebleau Blvd, Miami, 305- 221-5181

       public, 18 hole, 6944 yds, Par 72, CR-72.5, S-120

       East Course, 6801 Miami Gardens Dr, Miami, 305- 829-8449

       public, 18 hole, 6353 yds, Par 70, CR-70.3, S-124

       West Course, 6801 Miami Gardens Dr, Miami 305- 829-8449

       public, 18 hole, 7017 yds, Par 72, CR-73.5, S-130

 

Greynolds Golf Course

17530 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach

305- 949-1741

public, 9 hole, 3090 yds, Par 36, CR-34.4, S-118

 

International Links

1802 NW 37th Ave, Miami

305- 633-4583

semi-private, 18 hole, 7173 yds, Par 71, CR-73.5, S-132

 

Killian Greens Golf Club

9980 SW 104th St, Miami

305- 271-0917

public, 18 hole, 6449 yds, Par 72, CR-70.1, S-124

 

Marlin / Dolphin Course

6401 Kendale Lakes Dr, Miami

305- 382-3930

public, 18 hole, 6678 yds, Par 72, CR-72.9, S-129

 

Palmetto Golf Course

9300 SW 152nd St, Miami

305- 238-2922

public, 18 hole, 6713 yds, Par 70, CR-72.4, S-128

 

University Country Club

9400 SW 130th Ave, Miami

305- 386-5533

semi-private, 18 hole, 7203 yds, Par 72, CR-74.3, S-123

 

Westview Country Club

2601 NW 119th St, Miami

305- 685-2411

private, 18 hole, 6592 yds, Par 72, CR-72.7, S-129 

 

Bayshore Golf Course

2301 Alton Rd, Miami Beach

305- 532-3350

 public, 18 hole, 6903 yds, Par 72, CR-73.0, S-127

 

Bayshore Municipal Golf Course Par 3

2795 Prairie Ave, Miami Beach

305- 674-0305

public, 9 hole, 1300 yds, Par 27, CR-N/A, S-N/A

 

Haulover Beach Park Golf Course

10800 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

305- 940-6719

public, 9 hole, 810 yds, Par 27, CR-N/A, S-N/A

 

Indian Creek Country Club

55 Indian Creek Village, Miami Beach

305- 866-1263

private, 18 hole, 6662 yds, Par 72, CR-72.1, S-130

 

La Gorce Country Club

5685 Alton Rd, Miami Beach

305- 866-4421

private, 18 hole, 6802 yds, Par 71, CR-73.6, S-131

 

Normandy Shores Gold Course

2401 Biarritz Dr, Miami Beach

305- 868-6502

public, 18 hole, 6402 yds, Par 71, CR-70.5, S-120

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Aventura Commons, 305-854-2800
21000 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura
Opened in 1998,this open air mall is anchored by several large chains including Best Buy and Target. 

Aventura Mall, 305-935-1110
19501 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura
One of the largest regional malls it featuring more than 200 shops. It homes several major department stores. It also includes restaurants, complimentary and valet parking.

Bayside Marketplace, 305-577-3344
401 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Popular amongst the locals as well as the tourists it includes 150 shops, restaurants and outdoor cafes. Features a pedestrian bridge link to the American Airlines Arena.

Bal Harbour Shops, 305-866-0311
9700 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Internationally renowned, the area homes some of the most exclusive collections of boutiques, restaurants and shops. 

CocoWalk, 305-444-0777
3015 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove
This is a Mediterranean-style shopping village that homes a plenty of colorful shops and outdoor cafes. The complex also houses an AMC cinemaplex. There are around 38 shops here.

Caribbean Marketplace, 305-751-2251
5925-27 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami
Tropical in nature this marketplace features Caribbean arts and crafts. It also homes Tropical Cafe Restaurant which serves tropical ice cream and fruit juices.   

Downtown Miami Shopping District, 305-379-7070
Biscayne Boulevard to 3rd Avenue, Miami
A shoppers paradise, the district has more than 3,000 retail stores, featuring hundreds of electronics, camera, sporting goods, shoe and many other shops. The district also includes many ethnic restaurants.

Lincoln Road Mall, 305-531-3442
Lincoln Road at 16th Street, Miami Beach
One of the most popular all over the world it is the only pedestrian-only street mall in South Beach. It homes specialty shops featuring jewelry, electronics, clothing and art, plus an assortment of restaurants.

Loehmann's Fashion Island, 305-932-0520
18711 NE Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura
This is an attractive open-air mall featuring AMC 16 Theatre and Barnes & Noble.

Promenade Shops, 305-537-2700
20335 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura
An outdoor mall with a wide range of branded stores.

Streets of Mayfair. 305-448-1700

2911 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove
Spread over an area of 228,000 square feet of shopping and dining spread out over 2 1/2 The Streets of Mayfair have recently undergone renovation and a drastic change from the original 1979 Mayfair Shops layout. There are around 38 shops here.   


The Shoppes at West Avenue, 305-672-7260
959 West Avenue City, Miami Beach
Centrally located, in one of the busiest waterfront residential neighborhoods in South Beach, the mall spreads over 20,000 square feet of retail and office space. It homes 17 shops.   


Galeria Internacional Mall, 305-371-4536
255 East Flagler Street, Miami
This mall features specialty shops, clothing, sporting goods, electronics and an international food court.
 

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55 The Restaurant, 305-532-1200

455 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Formerly The Strand Restaurant, 55 The Restaurant offers breathtaking oceanfront dining, perfect for an elegant, relaxing evening.

American Classics, 305-865-6661
8701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
This restaurant's theme is planned around the 50's memorabilia and vintage cars. Main dishes include steak, chicken and seafood specials.

Arnie & Richie's, 305-531-7691
525 - 41st Street, Miami Beach
Deli restaurant on the heart of Miami Beach's 41th street.

Azulejos Café, 305-531-3232
4385 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
This poolside cafe serves a traditional American breakfast. A buffet is available on the weekends.

Bleau View, 305-538-2000
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Bleau View with its European atmosphere overlooks the tropically landscaped gardens, rock grotto pool and Atlantic Ocean. The menu features dishes from the Mediterranean as well as traditional Continental Cuisine.

BluMarine Restaurant, 305-532-3678
758 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
BluMarine Restaurant serves gourmet seafood prepared Mediterranean style. The restaurant decor was designed by reowned designer Peter Page.

Bolero Bar & Grill, 305-673-6516
661 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Live Entertainment. Reservations Accepted. Full Bar on Site. Banquet Facilities.

Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, 305-379-8866
401 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Part of the national chain based on the movie "Forrest Gump," this restaurant's menu focuses around shrimp dishes. A gift shop is also featured. Opened in February 1999.

Area 51 Sports Lounge, 305-949-3903
17032 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Upscale dining and sport and center. Enjoy food while watching your favorite sporting events or the stock market ticker tapes.

Benihana, 305-866-2678
1665 NE 79th Street, North Bay Village
Every meal is a show prepared right before you as Chefs cook fresh foods on teppanyaki tables. Entrees include steaks, chicken, seafood and sushi.

Cafe Prima Pasta, 305-867-0106
414 71st Street, Miami Beach
This cozy, family owned and operated restaurant offers 5 different rooms and serves fresh pasta.

Cheeky Monkey, 305-534-2650

944 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Originally out of Newport, R.I., the Cheeky Monkey serves international cuisine with British, American, Asian and African themes.

Chicken Kitchen, 305-531-1888 
474 - 41st Street (Arthur Godfrey), Miami Beach
This small fast-food style restaurant prepares many chicken dishes in accordance with the American Heart Association recommendations with respect to fat, cholesterol and calories.

Crystal Café, 305-673-8266
726 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
An affordably priced Continental restaurant at the gateway to Miami Beach. Seafood, pasta and beef entrees are featured

Curry's Steak House, 305-866-1571
7433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Menu is retro-Continental, with beef and chicken and pork and fish prepared in traditional styles. Service is brisk and friendly; atmosphere pleasantly kitschy, with a mural of Frankie and Annette prominent.

The Dining Room, 305-908-5468
3025 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Offering an elegant dining experience featuring Mediterranean-style cuisine as well as fresh Florida seafood. Dining indoors or on the outdoor patio.

Doraku, 305-695-8383
1104 Lincoln Road, Miami
Serving traditional Japanese faire as well as other interesting creations in a Tea House atmosphere.

El Tropico, 305-947-0094 
17020 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
This restaurant offers fine Latin American foods featuring chicken, meat and seafood.

Fico Key West Seafood, 305-534-0065
1248 Washington Street, South Beach
Serving fresh fish and seafood from Key West.

Fontainebleau Coffee Cabana, 305-538-2000
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
A kiosk located inside the luxurious Fountainbleau Hilton Resort in the Garden Lobby area. The Coffee Cabana features specialty coffees, muffins and danish to go.

Fu Manchu, 305-866-4303
325 - 71st Street, Miami Beach
This Miami Beach restaurant has been in business for over 60 years. Enjoy delicious Cantonese, Szechuan and Seafood cuisine.

Gil's Café, 305-867-0779
216 71st Street, Miami Beach
This hi-tech tropical cafe offers fresh seafood specialties, Brazilian style steaks, chicken chardonnay, trout muniere and many other continental and international entrees. Try an exotic tropical martini.

Grillfish, 305-538-9908
1444 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

Fresh fish and good prices in a choice locale. Try grilled tuna and garlic-infused bath for mussels and clams; chicken and seafood are deftly done, piccata and marsala style. Long list of homemade desserts.

Harry's Grille, 305-531-0000
4525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Harry's Grille is upscale but by no means formal. The decor is simple with the emphasis on the food and presentation. The cuisine features grilled food with contemporary presentations and regional seasonings such as Grilled Sugar Cane Spiked Ahi Tuna.

Jimmy Johnson's Three Rings Bar & Grill, 305-531-0000
4525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Jimmy Johnson's Three Rings Bar & Grill is a sport-themed, oceanfront eatery. Johnson lends his lofty standards and memorabilia to the restaurant, which highlights his most memorable football career moments. The menu is festive and Florida casual.

Jimmy'z, 305-604-9798
432 41st Street, Miami Beach
Opened October 1997, Jimmy'z is a Night Club & Restaurant catering to the upper class and an older clientele.

Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant, 305-673-0365
227 Biscayne Street, Miami Beach

A local institution for over 80 years, serves the finest in Florida Stone Crabs and seafood in an "early Miami Beach" setting. Open from October to mid May. Note that the wait for a table at this popular restaurant can often be quite long.

Kamon Japanese Restaurant, 305-538-0050
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Authentic Japanese cuisine with sushi bar featuring somen noodles on ice or the filet mignon, grilled on a hot stone at your table and served with three steak sauces.

La Famiglia, 305-534-7111
2445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Delicious French & Italian cuisine.

Lagoon, 305-947-6661
488 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach
Serving the finest gourmet seafood freshly caught from their own boats.

Las Vegas, 305-864-1509 
6970 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Family-owned restaurant serving large entrees of fresh Cuban cuisine.

Lido Restaurant, 305-538-4621 
40 Island Avenue, Miami Beach
Choose from a balanced menu of items, including the finest meats, poultry, and fish, as well as the freshest produce and vegetables. They offer weight loss, salt free, fat free, and sugar free diets as well as vegetarian and kosher menus upon request.

Mark's South Beach, 305-604-9050
1120 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

The newest of Chef Mark Militello's superb and elegant restaurants.


Matteo & Alfredo, 305-868-3355 
9581 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Dine in a romantic setting and enjoy gourmet items including homemade pastas.

Mike Gordon's, 305-751-4429
1201 NE 79th Street, Miami
Fresh fish prepared daily. Delicious stone crabs and Maine lobster are featured on the menu.

Monty's Stone Crab and Seafood House, 305-673-3444
300 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Monty's also has a location in Coconut Grove. Monty's adds an automatic 18% service fee to guest's checks.

Nobu Miami, 305-695-3232
1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Nobu serves Japanese cuisine with Peruvian, South American flair .

Normandy Fountain Café, 305-865-2636 
928 71st Street, Miami Beach
Pub food with a Caribbean and New Orleans flair. Also features live jazz and dancing. In the spot of the former MoJazz club.

Parrilla Del Polo, 305-695-9300
1237 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
The atmosphere here is that of a neighborhood polo club, with jerseys on the wall and a giant TV playing polo game videos. One of the favorites here is the veal chop.

Pasta Live, 305-868-7777
7410 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
The first Karaoke restaurant in Miami Beach, with over 2000 songs in English and Spanish from all your favorites artist. The menu features Italian and International cuisines with pasta dishes from Italy & grill items from Argentina. Free parking in rear.

Paesano's, 305-866-9618
300 72nd Street, Miami Beach
This Ristorante serves fresh Italian cuisine. Veal Parmigian, Lasagna, and Fettucini Alfredo are favorites. They'll deliver you to their restaurant with a free round trip limousine service.

Penrod's Beach Club, 305-538-1111
1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

Features enclosed dining area upstairs and very casual bar downstairs.

Il Pomodoro, 305-534-2470 
568 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Featuring Northern Italian cuisine with an emphasis on creative pasta dishes, Il Pomodoro is in the location formerly occupied by Asti's for many years.

South Beach Coffee Company, 305-576-9696
975 Aurthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
This full-service coffee shop offers specialty gourmet coffees and premium iced coffees along with a wide variety of desserts and treats.

Taisho, 305-935-2833 
18090 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Specializing in sushi, tempura, rolls and fine Japanese cuisine, Taisho features an all you can eat sushi special for $12.99. Opened in June 1997.

Tetuán, 305-868-8887
940 71st Street, Miami Beach
Our menu combines Mediterranean flavors with delicate Latin fruits and essences and offers a variety of appetizers, entrees and desserts.

The Forge Restaurant, 305-538-8533
432 Arthur Godfrey Road (41st Street), Miami Beach
The Forge has a setting filled with rare and exquisite collection of objects d' art and antiques. Extensive wine collection of 300,000 bottles in the cellar will suit any taste for any occasion.

The Porterhouse Bar & Grill, 305-682-8400 
18290 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Serving beef, poultry and seafood dishes. Happy Hour featured Monday thru Friday from 4-7pm. Located in the RK Plaza.

Touch, 305-532-8003
910 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Heavy emphasis on seafood. Dishes are inventive, fresh, beautifully presented, and generous. Make sure you save room for the desserts.

Treffpunkt Biergarten, 305-933-3942
18090 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Enjoy German and Continental food featuring chopped steak, sausages and smoked pork loin.

Westside Diner, 305-538-4090 
1671 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Serving home style food at reasonable prices.

Yeung's Mandarin Garden,
954 41st Street, Miami Beach
A small Chinese restaurant on Arthur Godfrey Road serving authentic cuisine.

Zur, 305-604-8181
3500 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Zur combines the best European spices and ingredients to create innovative Mediterranean dishes. Three separate dining areas include a patio and terrace seating alfresco or the main dining room where decor is highlighted by wood carving & etched glass.

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The American Police Hall of Fame and Museum, 305-573-0070
3801 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
More than 10,000 items related to law enforcement are on display including specialty vehicles, a mock crime scene, etc.

Bass Museum, 305-673-7530
2121 Park Avenue, Miami Beach
Located in a relaxed park setting in the heart of South Beach, the museum offers contemporary and historic art from throughout the world. Includes religious paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages.


Coral Castle, 305-248-6344

28655 South Dixie Highway, Homestead

A National Historic Site featuring a nine ton gate and one of a kind sundial.


Historical Museum of Southern Florida, 305-375-1492

101 West Flagler Street, Miami

Get a hands on look at the past with continuously changing exhibits and multimedia presentations.

 

Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, 305-284-3535

1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables

Presents 13 exhibits annually with a collection spanning 5,000 years of art.


Miami Museum of Science & Space Transit Planetarium, 305-854-4247
3280 S. Miami Ave., Miami
Features hands-on exhibits, continuous demonstrations, live animal exploratorium with snakes, birds, and insects. Regular star shows at planetarium; call for special laser show times.

 

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, 305-250-9133

3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami

Italian Renaissance style villa with formal gardens and fountains.

 

Weeks Air Museum, 305-233-5197

14710 SW 128th Street, Miami

A historic display of unique aircraft and aviation artifacts.

The Gold Coast Railroad Museum, 305-253-0063
12450 SW 152 Street, Miami
Actual historic railroad cars are on display on a half mile of real track, also on display authentic engines, pullmans and dinning cars. Museum features the FERDINAND MAGELLAN, one of America's most luxurious private railroad cars, built in the 1930's for President Franklin Roosevelt. It is now a designated National Historic Landmark.

 

The Wolfsonian Museum, 305-531-1001

1001 Washington Avenue, Miami

Wolfsonian promotes the under standing of art and design from 1885-1945.

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Adventure Scuba Diving and Watersports, 305-949-1194

16701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

S.C.U.B.A. diving, water sports, certification and charters.

Biscayne National Park, 305-230-1100
9700 SW 328 Street, Homestead
A 53-foot glass-bottom boat and a 45-foot diving and snorkeling catamaran take adventurers across southern Biscayne Bay, through wilderness, mangrove creeks, islands, and out to tropical coral reefs teeming with sea life. Family snorkeling and scuba diving available from the boat. Canoe and kayak rentals, picnic area, walking trails, fishing, camping and shower facilities available. Reservations required.

The Diving Locker, 305-947-6025

223 Sunny Isles Boulevard, North Miami Beach

Fully stocked S.C.U.B.A. diving store. Offers coral reef dive trips for beginners and certified divers.

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Action Charters, Inc., 888-592-2202
Bayside Marketplace Marina, in downtown Miami, Florida at Pier 5, Slip 11
Want to go fishing? It can happen aboard Bite This! - a 46-foot Bertram Sportfisher, conveniently located in downtown Miami - minutes from Miami Beach and surrounding areas. Fully loaded with radar devices, live well, outriggers, brand new fishing rods and tackle, air conditioning, bathrooms, galley, sleeping quarters and a living area with an entertainment center. 

Andrea C Fishing Adventures, 954-322-0022
401 Biscayne Blvd, Pier 5, Slip 13

Beast Fishing Charters, 305-233-9996
9810 158th Street SW, Miami
If you're interested in a full day of fun and Big Game fishing off our shores, come join us aboard The BEAST. The BEAST is a 1998 27' tournament rigged, twin engine World Cat with tower captained by Master Captain Jim Barlett (licensed by the USCG). Although Capt. Jim is renown for his Sailfish and Dolphin expertise, wreck fishing is also on the menu.

BLUE SEA II Fishing Fleet, 305-358-3416
Go sport fishing on the reefs, wrecks, and in the Gulf Stream. We have been deep sea fishing in the waters off Miami and Miami Beach for nearly a half century and the fish have just plain run out of places to hide from our experienced captains and crews.

Blue Waters II, 305 373 5016
Bayside Marketplace, Pier 5, Slip 14, Miami
The Blue Waters II is located at the exciting Bayside Marketplace and Marina, 5 minutes away from South Beach (just over the causeway).  Fish the Waters of Key Biscayne for Sailfish, Dolphin, Marlin, Shark, Tuna and other species.  The Blue Waters offers four, six and eight hour trips.  The BWII features three fighting chairs, rocket launcher, outriggers, and a large bait well.  For your comfort in the air-conditioned saloon, there is a 19" color tv, stereo, comfortable seating with head and galley and stateroom down.  Captain John Barker has been fishing the local and Bahamian waters for over thirty years and he will insure you have a pleasant trip.

Capt. Adam Redford Inc., 305-255-7618
8701 SW 148th St., Miami
Vessel located at Flamingo in Everglades National Park and Black Point Marina on Biscayne Bay. 

Florida Fishing Charters, 305-253-1151
Beautiful deep blue Gulf Stream waters lie just five miles from the beaches of Miami, and are teaming with sailfish, dolphin, kingfish, tuna, and a variety of other species. Capt. Mark moved to Miami, Florida in 1968 from Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, and has been fishing these waters since his arrival. He has been running Magic Fingers Fishing Charters since 1985.

Kelley Fishing Fleet, 305-345-3801

10800 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Day and night fishing trips. Affordable family fun.

Kenny's Fishing Adventures, 305-705-0850
1400 NE 175th St.  North Miami Beach
Vessel located at Haulover Resort Marina  

Reel Time Charters, 305-856-5605
8540 SW 181 St., Miami
The Miami and South Florida area has a wide variety of species to challenge either the avid angler or the weekend warrior! Everything from Wahoo to Sailfish to Dolphin to Grouper to Tuna to Marlin and many more.

Sonny Boy Sportfishing, 305-361-2217
Key Biscayne
Sonny Boy Sportfishing Charters provides a quality fishing experience for individuals, groups, families and corporate outings.  We offer world-class sportfishing off the coast of Miami and its beaches.

The Blue Mistress II, 305-595-3560
The Blue Mistress II is a "Boca Grande 26." With her wide, 9’ 6” beam and her hull design, she offers extreme comfort and a very stable fishing platform. Fitted with all the necessary electronic “goodies”… a color sounder, ICOM radio and a GPS… she transports anglers to “the edge” with a smile. She is equipped with 4 livewells totaling 120 gallons, bow and stern rocket launchers, room for more rods than would ever be used in a day, two 6’ 8” berths under a forward dodger providing rest and shade for those who need and a T-Top keeping anglers and crew protected from the sun when they choose. Fishability!
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Casino Princess, 305-379-4422
3050 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 10006, Miami / Boat Location: Bayside Marketplace
A premier Las Vegas-style gaming sensation offering more than 33 table games and 200 slot machines.

Go Native Yacht Charters, 305-534-5522
1900 Sunset Harbour Dr., Suite 5, Miami Beach
Offers sail and power boat rentals for half- or full-day charters, or for two days or more to the Florida Keys or Bahamas. This American Sailing Association facility also offers sailing certification.

Heritage Schooner Cruises, 305-442-9697
3145 Virginia St., Miami
This tall ship offers daily one- and two-hour narrated sightseeing tours of Biscayne Bay, and also offers private charters. A beautiful way to see Miami and a unique way to host groups from two to 49 people.

Island Queen Cruises Inc., 305-379-5119
555 NE 15th St., Suite 102, Miami / Boat Location: Bayside Marketplace
An original exclusive "Millionaire's Row" sightseeing boat tour. Daily one and a half-hour bilingual cruises depart Bayside Marketplace and navigate Biscayne bay to Port of Miami, Fisher Island, Miami Beach, Star Island, Palm Island, Hibiscus Island and Venetian Island. Nightly dance cruises and private dinner/party charters available.


Miami River Historical Jungle Tours, 305-755-9055

300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami

Narrated tour of the Miami River.

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Adventure Scuba Diving and Watersports, 305-949-1194

16701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

S.C.U.B.A. diving, water sports, certification and charters.


Ancient Spanish Monastery, 305-945-1461
16711 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach
The Monastery of St. Bernard de Clairvaux was built in Sacramenia, in the Province of Segovia, Spain, during the period 1133·1141. It was originally dedicated in honor of the Blessed Mother and named the "Monastery of Our Lady, Queen of the Angels." Upon the canonization of the famous Cistercian Monk, Bernard of Clairvaux, a leading influence in the Church during that period, the Monastery was renamed in his honor. Cistercian monks occupied the monastery for nearly 700 years. The cloisters were seized, sold, and converted into a granary and stable due to a social revolution in that area in the mid·1830's.


Coopertown Airboat Tours, 305-226-6048
U.S. 41, 11 miles west of Florida's Turnpike
For the last 60 years, the Cooper family who settled this section of the Everglades, formerly occupied by the Osceola family branch of the Seminole tribe, have conducted airboat tours and served authentically prepared frog legs for their many visitors. There are many imitators of this uniquely Florida experience, but this is the original that should not be missed.

D & D's Watersports, 800-805-8445
Miami Beach
Visit six islands in the Miami area aboard your own personal waverunner! Tour starts at 10:00 am. Ends around 4:30 pm.

Fantasy Watersports, 866-940-BOAT

100 Sunny Isles Boulevard North, North Miami Beach

Boat, jet boat, waverunner rentals by the hour or day.

 

 

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