🏝️ Miami / Miami Beach Attractions

South Beach

South Pointe Park Pier

• The southernmost point of South Beach, this pier has a great view and beautiful surroundings with lively/athletics culture

The beach near South Pointe is the best beach in all of Miami because you can walk out very far into the ocean and still be knee-deep.

• They regularly have tractors excavate the seaweed onshore.

Lumus Park / Miami Beach Beachwalk

• Lumus Park is a must-see, long, skinny park that runs from 5th Street to 15th Street — the most vibrant & lively area in all of South Beach

• However, the Beachwalk itself goes for about 10 miles, from South Pointe Park Pier all the way up to North Miami Beach / Bal Harbour

Biscayne Bay Path

• Spanning ~4 blocks, please do walk this path at sunset.

Technically, bayside is private property, but they leave this path open to the public during daylight hours.

Lincoln Road Shopping Mall

Outdoor shopping mall, restaurants, bars, and more that stretches from Alton Road to Washington Avenue

• Walk beyond to the west (Biscayne Bay Path) or walk beyond to the east (Miami Beach Beachwalk)

Miami Beach Paddleboard

• South Beach paddleboarding on calm bayside waters up & down the waterways between beautiful homes


• Art/Tech Exhibit (locations in South Beach, Washington DC, and NYC)


• South Beach Hotel with Rooftop Wading Pool & Two-Sided View

Sky Yard

• South Beach Rooftop Bar with a view that faces the entire city of South Beach

Downtown Miami (Brickell)

Thriller Miami

• Speed Boat Tour Starting in Bayside Marketplace in downtown Miami (Brickell)

Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center

•Downtown performing arts center — check their website for showtimes

Frost Museum of Science

•Science museum with planetarium

Virginia Key & Key Biscayne

Virginia Key North Point Trails

• Mountain biking trails (or a walk along the beach with views of Fisher Island, Port Miami, & downtown Miami in the distance)

Cape Florida Lighthouse

• Miles of biking/walking trails with lighthouse, go fishing, or scuba diving for lobster at the right time of year

Metro Miami Area (>30 minutes from Downtown)

Miami Design District

• Spectacularly artsy, high-end outdoor, sub-tropical shopping mall super-block that’s decked out in art 360-degrees

Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden

• Vast property filled with beautiful walking trails filled with gorgeous plants

• During the “holiday season” (roughly November/December and beginning of January), go to their gardens after dark for spectacular lighting effects!

Fruit & Spice Park

• Pay to access the walking trails with all-you-can-eat tropical fruits & nuts right off the trees (varieties vary at different times of year) – there are usually two tours during the day

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