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Miami, FL, USA

August 09, 2023

Miami is the largest city in the state of Florida in the United States. It is located in Miami-Dade County on the Atlantic coast of South Florida. Miami is known for its beaches, art deco architecture, nightlife, and Latin culture. The city is a major center for finance, commerce, media, entertainment, and international trade.

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niu kitchen

104 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Hully Rolemberg

3 months ago

One of the best spots I’ve ever been in Miami. Sophisticated food, good wine list, cozy environment. The dishes were absolutely delicious. This is definitely not a typical Miamian place, and that’s the good thing about it.

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1110 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130, United States


Christine Williams

2 months ago

This was my first time here and our experience was very delightful. The ambiance was elegant, the drinks were tasty and strong, and the food was delicious. I ordered the Benzino and my husband had the Grilled Salmon. Salmon was a bit small, nothing too special but it was acceptable. Our server was Kerim was TOP NOTCH! 2 times for Kerim! Our server checked in with us every time he passed our table and his attitude was beyond exceptional. He was honest about some of the dishes we questioned and we appreciated that. He played a part in our wonderful experience! He even gave us a tour of the second floor. The bartenders were also attentive and professional. I loved everything about our visit/experience and we will definitely be coming back!

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Kaori Miami

871 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130, United States


Kari Dowiak

4 months ago

5-star: atmosphere 4-star: food, service, value The food was good, not great. We didn’t order anything that I’d be excited to eat again… but that’s personal preference of course. At this pricepoint, I expect excellent service and fantastic food, and it fell a little short.

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3252 NE 1st Ave Suite 109, Miami, FL 33137, United States


Michelle B

a month ago

MAU Miami was a nice vibe, the staff was super friendly, vibrant and energetic. The location is a mid high end area, parking is free but hard too find unless you pay $21 for valet. The food I believe could have been better. This particular day I believe the kitchen was having a hard time, however that’s still unacceptable. The French Toast was very dry and the chicken with our waffles was certainly over cooked. The shrimps and grits was good and the colossal shrimps was decent . Me and my friends wasn’t impressed, however I would still try them one more time but the dinner menu possibly. Ha I did enjoy seeing the birthday celebrations while visiting. They have a nice routine for birthday celebrations.

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Alloy Bistro Gourmet

154 SE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33131, United States


The Diamond Crew

3 months ago

Miami’s best kept Italian fusion secret! This place is a hidden pearl in a sea filled with so many duds … it’s a pearl gem of a place ! I had the pleasure of visiting and experiencing this beautiful little beautiful restaurant this evening and I was incredibly amazed by the authenticity. This hidden place was incredible the vibe and the atmosphere is so romantic. I would take anyone on a first second or hundredth date to this spot. It is very beautiful the lighting decor and everything screams unique and romantic. The mini lights on every table is so cute and the seating outside which is where most of the guest seat is breathtaking with the fresh breeze…Superbe. Service : A1! We had amazing service from Marco. He was super attentive to everything we did! If we had half our glass filled,he would direct the waitress to come refill our glasses. They sat us down very quickly let us pick which table we wanted. It’s a beautiful place and we enjoyed our time spent coming here on a romantic dinner date The food: was absolutely extraordinarily perfect just wished there was more on the plate. We had a nice red wine paired with Lamb my favourite was the : roasted cauliflower. It was so delicious. I decided without hesitation to order a second order. I loved the spinach gazpacho and feta mousse with the roasted Cauli. It paired beautifully together. It was cooked to perfection shoutout to the chef juste delicious wow Then we had the chineese eggplant. It was delicious also paired with some gazpacho spinach ricotta mousse unfortunately it was not enough we wished there was more we devoured the dish in 2 minutes. We shared the lamb chops dish extremely tender fall off the bone and very well seasoned with lots of flavour the cook was perfection again! We also had some duck prosciutto it was amazing but again portions were limited wish it was thicker cuts of the amazing prosciutto and the lamb chops were minute as well. But the cook is/was: Perfection ! Every single bite we took kept us wanting more and more it was irresistible. The plates were all cleaned up in minutes! For dessert, we had coffee to settle all what we devoured down .. maybe we will try the desserts on our next trip definitely count us in! we will be back here for sure ! 10000% recommend Cheers!

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Mignonette Downtown

210 NE 18th St, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Sami D

2 weeks ago

This place is a gem! The food was delish (oysters Rockefeller, cornbread, lobster roll, scallops). Our server Danny was so kind and attentive. Definitely recommend anyone coming to Miami to try it out.

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Hutong Miami

600 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, United States


Michelle D.

in the last week

Very very delicious! We ordered the $60 brunch menu and it came with soooooo much food, we had to take it home. Very delicate flavors. High end dim sums!

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1414 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, United States


Suma P

a month ago

Food was amazing, had a great time! The freshness of all ingredients is showing in every bite. Our server Alejandra is very cordial and helped us find the best dishes since this is our first time in an Argentinian restaurant. Definitely recommend this place to anyone who appreciates finesse.

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Boulud Sud Miami

255 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131, United States


Ivan Toyos (Ivan y Alicia)

a month ago

Gave 4 stars for the excellent service and nice atmosphere. Food was just okay for the price. Had the Bolognese and Sea Bass. Croquettes were tasty. Impressive wine list. Will return just for the nice atmosphere to have conversations with friends. Our waiter was very friendly and helpful.

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The Capital Grille

444 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, United States


Coach Pat

a month ago

Great fancy restaurant. Food was delicious and the service was outstanding. We went for a end of school year celebration and had a great time. It is in a great location at Brickell. They have valet service, but it us a little confusing cause of the lack of signs (it looks like a construction area which causes the confusion). You must enter the garage to get to valet area. Great atmosphere for the entire family.

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Area 31

270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131, United States


Jeff Cockman

a month ago

We had a wonderful experience at Area 31 at the Kimpton EPIC Hotel. The food was excellent. They were able to easily accommodated our gluten allergy. It was also fun walking around the pool and seeing the Miami skyline and bay prior to dinner. We ate outside in June and the temperature was very comfortable.

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Amara at Paraiso

3101 NE 7th Ave, Miami, FL 33137, United States


Samantha Nottingham

2 months ago

It doesn’t get better than Amara at Paraiso. This is a sophisticated, elegant, fine dining experience with exceptional staff, atmosphere, food, and drinks. The menu is diverse enough that you can make it a casual dinner, fancy date night, or hot spot to splurge with friends. The view on the water is unmatched. Every detail is impeccably curated and nothing has been overlooked. Your dining experience is their number one goal. We started at the bar and then moved to our table outside. From the moment you enter the restaurant you already know you’re going to be well taken care of. Amara is a magical place that will leave you feeling like you received much more than just an amazing meal in a breathtakingly beautiful setting.

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Tuyo Restaurant

415 NE 2nd Ave #8, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Dmytro Kovalenko

6 years ago

Tuyo is amazing place with beautiful views on city and gulf. One of the best service I've ever had. So attentive and helpful. And food is.... something outstanding. On top of that as for me it is reasonably priced. Great place to have a romantic dinner.

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Sexy Fish Miami

1001 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130, United States


Andrés Gutiérrez

a week ago

I’ve been in Sexy Fish before and besides the very luxurious environment and the great people you will find there, now they have a club/lounge vibe, loud music and party music with live DJs, dancers and very good music. The food is amazing and the collection of wines/champagne are awesome (and quite expensive). Look at the pictures so you can have a better idea of what I am talking about. Reservation is a must, dress nice and be prepared for an amazing time. Like this review if you like it.

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Toro Toro

100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL 33131, United States


Ursula Mergui

5 months ago

Arrived at the hotel, jet lag, super hungry and received a delicious steak, perfectly cooked, sides were divine and we loved everything about the restaurant. The waiters were kind, the ambience a bit loud but they turned the volume of the music down after we requested it. Great experience!

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Seaspice Brasserie & Lounge

412 NW N River Dr, Miami, FL 33128, United States


Christy Costas

in the last week

I absolutely loved sea spice. This is probably my fifth time going. This was the first time for my family from out of town and everyone was so impressed by the food drinks and service. I also really loved their Miami spice menu. I highly recommend this to anybody who wants a beautiful view of the river and wants to enjoy a nice day out. My only complaint will be that the drinks are a little expensive and not that much alcohol in them, but this is something you could expect from most Miami restaurants.

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Komodo (Miami)

801 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, United States


April H

a week ago

While the atmosphere and look were super well done, the food lacked what we were expecting for an upscale restaurant. One of the signature dishes, Money Bags, was a great photo but the taste was not there. Unfortunately it’s the only photo I took, but the two highlights for us were the steak tacos and the rock shrimp. We were told the wagyu dumplings recipe changed a few days ago and while we didn’t have it previously, we were not a fan of the new recipe. The ribs were decent but nothing special. Also, if you go on a Friday night I highly recommend 7pm with a reservation. When we left at 8:30 it was completely packed with people waiting at the bar, at the hostess stand, and out the door in line. Be warned you may be seated outside. It was beautiful but hot if you’re not right under a fan. We were lucky the tables in our area weren’t full yet so we could move to one with a fan directly on us.

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Crazy About You

1155 Brickell Bay Dr #101, Miami, FL 33131, United States


Roberto Brunel

a week ago

Fantastic food. Seared tuna was excellent, plantain chip smoke tuna dip was great, and the final cheesecake was delectable. Paid about 50$ per person but that included a drink per person during happy hour. For what we got in Brickell, it’s a great deal and very high quality. Whom I presume to be the manager approached us after our meal and asked about our meal and the service. I also witnessed her giving constructive criticism to a waiter. Seems like they strive for excellence here and definitely will be back. A must visit spot.

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COTE Miami

3900 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137, United States


Maksim Safiullin

2 weeks ago

This was my first visit to this restaurant. We made a table reservation a month ago, so plan your visit well in advance. To say that I was delighted is to say nothing. Service at the highest level. The staff deserves the highest score for their work. Very tasty food. The presentation is like a little show and I love it. We didn’t have to think about how to fry the meat at all, the waiter did everything for us. We were a company of five adults, drinking beer, eating oysters, steaks and rice with various additives, as well as dessert. We were satisfied and paid $650 for everything, expecting more expensive bills.

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Rusty Pelican - Miami

3201, Rickenbacker Cswy, Key Biscayne, FL 33149, United States


Jéssica Mattos

a month ago

What an amazing place!!! It was my first experience and I loved the food and the atmosphere. Very good for relaxing with friends, family and spouse. I just thought that the waiter took a while to come to the table sometimes; I had to ask another waitress who passed us for a spoon, and ask for the bill to a receptionist (I think!) who was organizing other tables to call the next customers. Other than that, a great experience.

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Cuban Memorial Boulevard Park

999 SW 13th Ave, Miami, FL 33135, United States


Ariel W.

a week ago

Cuban Memorial Park is located just south of Calle Ocho along SW 13th Ave in Little Havana in the middle of a working class residential neighborhood. Throughout the park are a series of monuments to Cuban and Cuban American icons. The park was created to serve as a place to remember those who fought for freedom and perished during the Cuban Revolution. At the entrance to the park is the Eternal Torch in Honor of the 2506th Brigade which is dedicated to the exiles who died during the Bay of Pigs Invasion. The invasion during the height of the Cold War in April of 1961 was a failed military military operation on the southwest coast of Cuba led by the Cuban Democratic Revolutionary Front, a group of Cuban exiles who attempted to overthrow Fidel Castro. The monument was dedicated in 1971 as an Eternal Torch that burns for those who fell fighting for freedom in the Cuban Revolution. Behind the Eternal Torch is a bust of Manolo Fernandez (1922-1986) known as "El Caballero del Tango", He was known as one of the most famous Tango musicians and escaped from Cuba in 1959 to settle in Miami. A silhouette of a soldier is dedicated to the anti-communist guerrilla that took place in Cuba from 1960-1966. This memorial honors the men and women who fought with weapons against the Castro regime. It was added to the park in 2021. Near by is bronze statue of Nestor “Tony” Izquierdo (1936-1979). He was a Cuban revolutionary hero and member of Brigade 2506. He participated in the Bay of Pigs invasion and served in Nicaragua's Somozan forces. The monument was created by artist Tony Lopez and installed in the park in 2001. A few steps down is a statue of the Virgin Mary, important for members of the Santeria faith. It is said that the statue is illuminated by a shaft of holy light every afternoon. Mary represents the strong bond of Cubans with Catholicism and was dedicated in 1957. Also sacred to the religion is a huge ceiba tree sheltering the Virgin Mary. Sometimes you can see offering left at the base of the tree. Other monuments include a map of Cuba with a quote from José Martí "the country is agony and duty" and a José Martí memorial dedicated to a man considered to be a Cuban national hero. Many parks and monuments throughout South Florida are named in his honor. He was a poet, revolutionary philosopher, writer, journalist, translator, professor, and publisher. He dedicated his life to the promotion of liberty and political independence for Cuba. His death during a battle against Spanish troops at the Battle of Dos Ríos was used to rally people to the cause of the independence of Cuba from Spain. A bust of Antonio Maceo Grajales (1845-1896), memorializes the man known as the "Bronze Titan". Grajales fought in both the 10 year war and Cuban war of independence before dying in battle. He was buried in Havana. In the rear of the park is the Square of Cuban journalists. The monument is triangle shaped monument with a Cuban Flag at the top. It lists the names of many journalists who were persecuted. The final monument is the USA and Cuban Flags depicting two hands holding a torch symbolizing the goodwill between Cuba and America. Cuban Memorial Park serves as a hub for the Calle Ocho Music Festival, a festival featuring music, dancing, art and food. The park has also been the site of many political demonstrations through the years. For visitors to Little Havana, the park is a great place to fill in your gaps in Cuban history. I also enjoyed seeing all of the roosters roaming around the center green space, especially the adorable chicks. The park is open everyday from sunrise to sunset. Leashed dogs are welcome.

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The Bass

2100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States


Shadasia Lewis

a month ago

Cute little museum. The second floor was closed as they were adding new exhibits. So wasn’t able to get full experience. All of the staff there was super helpful and friendly. Very knowledgeable and able to explain exhibits. They have a small market that sells small bites and drinks. The curry chicken empanadas were really good!

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Torch of Friendship

301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Jiang. Realtor

3 months ago

A good place to protest

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Lummus Park

1130 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States


Emily Henderson

2 months ago

When I say this place took my breath away!!! It is beautiful inside and out. The outside area with the wind leaves and chairs is beautiful. Such a calm and musical atmosphere.

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Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

1933-1945 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States


Zoraya Tavarez

3 months ago

Very touching memorial of the Holocaust. This was a class field trip. Great for the kids and us adults to never forget this dark time in history and that this never repeats itself. Guides were awesome and stories told were through the eyes of their loved ones that survived.

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Miami Walk of Fame

401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Hadear Marzooque

2 months ago

I love the vibe and the available tours. It has nice little booths and shops. A great view of the marina and nice hype music that is bound to move you. I took the trolley as well which was something I wanted to do for a long time.

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Miami Beach Botanical Garden

2000 Convention Ctr Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States


Paola Cedeno

a month ago

Such a beautiful park!! Except for a small encounter with a little raccoon but he was harmless. They have such great views and they even sell some reasonably priced plants! They also got a little ice cream/ yogurt place inside to freshen up. 🙌

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Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science

1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States



a month ago

The first year of opening, I was a member and I went multiple times to the museum. It was very amazing to see all they’ve added with the Mummies exhibit. My 5 year old was a little scared at first but when I explained to her about mummies, she was okay with walking in to see and learn about it all. After a few years of not going, this museum is still absolutely stunning and the aquariums are still breathtaking. We spent a lot of time watching the fish swim around and it was really fun to hear all the kids get excited for when the shark would pass by. This time around was my first time going into the planetarium to see a show and it was very interesting and informative. Kids liked it and was entertaining enough for them to sit still. Highly recommend and it definitely a MUST if you’re visiting South Florida.

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Bayside Marketplace

401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Arlan Galvez

a week ago

Our family visit to Bayside Marketplace in Florida was an incredible experience. Nestled in the vibrant heart of Miami, the Marketplace offers a unique blend of shopping, dining, and entertainment that appeals to all ages. The variety of shops and boutiques cater to every need and desire, from fashionable apparel to unique souvenirs. While some higher-end stores may seem a little pricey, most of the goods are surprisingly affordable, making the shopping experience enjoyable without breaking the bank. The gastronomic offerings were equally impressive, with a diverse range of restaurants and food stalls serving mouth-watering local and international dishes. The waterfront dining added a whole new dimension to our meal times, offering breathtaking views as we relished our meals. The live music performances were another highlight, transforming the Marketplace into a lively and energetic hub of cultural exchange. Our children were fascinated by the diversity and vibrancy of it all. Despite the occasional premium pricing, Bayside Marketplace delivers a value-for-money experience through its variety and atmosphere. The place buzzes with life and offers numerous opportunities for families to come together, enjoy, explore, and create cherished memories. We wholeheartedly recommend a visit to this unique location for any family visiting Florida. It's an experience you won't want to miss.

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South Pointe Park Pier

1 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States


Cynthia Schomp (The Web Presence Boss)

2 weeks ago

A Serene and Spectacular Adventure at South Point Park Pier Beach My time at South Point Park Pier Beach was an unforgettable experience, filled with natural wonder and peaceful tranquility. The standout highlight was undoubtedly snorkeling near the jetty - a truly incredible experience that opened my eyes to a vibrant underwater world teeming with life. The variety of common saltwater tropical fish was staggering, creating a breathtaking and colorful spectacle as they darted and danced through the water. I was even fortunate enough to glimpse an octopus and a manatee, encounters that will stay with me for a lifetime. These up-close experiences with such fascinating marine creatures highlighted the rich biodiversity that calls South Point Pier Beach home. The water conditions were optimal on my first day, with crystal clear visibility that truly accentuated the splendor of the marine life. However, the second day was less ideal as visibility took a dip. I decided to skip snorkeling, using this as a chance to explore more of what the beach had to offer. The beach itself was not crowded, lending a serene and private atmosphere that is so often lacking in more tourist-heavy locations. I was able to enjoy a calm day of beach lounging, appreciating the natural beauty of the location without having to navigate through throngs of people. The commitment to cleanliness was impressive, with staff visibly working to ensure that the beach remains as pristine as possible. Their diligence in maintaining the beach's natural beauty was admirable, making my visit all the more enjoyable and contributing to the overall impression of South Point Pier Beach as a well-cared for and respected environment. South Point Pier Beach provided a remarkable blend of peace, natural beauty, and wildlife encounters that made my trip a truly unforgettable one. Whether you're a snorkeling enthusiast or a beach lover, South Point Pier Beach has something to offer you. Here, you can take a break from the daily hustle and immerse yourself in the calming embrace of nature. A visit to South Point Pier Beach is highly recommended - come for the serene beach, stay for the magical snorkeling experience.

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History Miami Museum

101 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130, United States


Mariana J

5 months ago

Every time I visit there is more to learn and see. The museum is spread in two buildings and the north one is quite interesting for children and adults. The exhibitions in the north building are perfect the way they are and not sure why they need to re-evaluate and change anything. History is not something we change :)

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Bayfront Park

301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Adriana Larotta

a month ago

Bayfront Park is undoubtedly one of the most popular destinations in Miami. I have been there a couple of times already and each visit offers a unique and enjoyable experience. The park offers a variety of activities, making it suitable for all interests and preferences. One of the highlights of Bayfront Park is the opportunity for a leisurely walk, particularly in the morning when you can appreciate the beautiful surroundings. The park is always bustling with people, creating a vibrant atmosphere. Additionally, there are numerous events held at the park, such as the Fourth of July celebrations, which are worth experiencing. When it comes to dining options, Bayfront Park has a diverse range of restaurants and bars. You can grab a refreshing drink by the waterfront, with beers available for around $5 and cocktails priced at $10 to $12. The park also offers boat tours or rentals, allowing visitors to enjoy a relaxing time on the water. Souvenir shops are plentiful, and you can even indulge in delicious gelato or ice cream while exploring. Bayfront Park offers a good selection of food vendors, ensuring there is something for everyone. From casual eateries to upscale restaurants, you'll find a wide variety of culinary options to satisfy your cravings. I’ve seen seniors showcasing their dance moves, creating an enjoyable and entertaining experience. I highly recommend visiting Bayfront Park during your time in Miami. It is a must-see attraction that offers an all-encompassing experience. Restrooms are conveniently available for public use. Overall, Bayfront Park is a vibrant and complete destination that provides plenty of things to see and do.

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Miami Children's Museum

980 MacArthur Cswy, Miami, FL 33132, United States



a month ago

Last time I visited this museum I was a child. Currently the museum is adding some extra fun water play activities for outside. (It’s very much needed for the summer.) This museum has two time slots you can reserve online, 10am-1:30pm and 2:30pm-6pm. This gives the staff time in between play session to clean and sanitize the rooms. I think that’s great because you can definitely explore each area way before the time is up. Also serves as crowd control. I’m going during the summer so there is a lot more kids than usual because of summer camp. The museum was very loud and hectic and I ended up taking the girls to the quiet room where we had to collect ourselves from the rowdiness of the kids. There are a lot of things to touch and play with at the museum, lots of hands on activities which is great. The kids can put on costumes that are hanging on some hooks to feel more like a firefighter, police officer or baker. We went while there was the Curious George exhibit which was nice (I’m not a huge fan) but it was a lot of interactive things to do. They also have a playground for older kids. I didn’t take the kids out because of the amount of summer camp kids but it looked fun. Inside of the museum there is a Subway by the entrance and gift shop. They also have a medium sized fish tank with almost nothing in there. It was all around alright. The kids had fun but I really don’t see myself taking the kids more than once a year. I feel like the music section should be repaired because they have a piano floor but not all the keys work. In another music room, the selections for the sounds of music didn’t work either. Staff was okay, very helpful entrance staff. Everyone else walking around didn’t really ask if I needed help or explained much to the kids. Parking is not free, you need the Pay by Phone app and for 3 hours I paid $8.

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Wynwood Walls

2516 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127, United States


Karen Kendzierski

a week ago

It was only $12 to get in, thought it was very reasonably priced and I spent just under an hour here. The exhibit is outside and inside, so enjoy that cold A/C while you can! I enjoyed the vivid imagery from the various murals and art pieces. There’s a gift shop too in case you want to buy anything.

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Skyviews Miami Observation Wheel

401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Mohan Shash

a year ago

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.

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Maurice A. Ferré Park

1075 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Nancy Lorraine Holly- DNR

in the last week

I didn't know the park had a name number one. I saw the dog walk from the museum balcony and I love dogs so I went down to see them... The dogs are very well done and some of the colorings on them are so funny. I have a Poodle a Schnauzer Bichon mix

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Pérez Art Museum Miami

1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States



a week ago

Beautiful museum with good modern art as part of their collection. Worth visiting - checkout the special exhibitions as well. If possible go by public transport as the parking costs more than the ticket and it is not that easy to find a slot.

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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129, United States


RuningThe GoodRace

in the last week

Interesting museum. The home is huge - mansion sized. Throughout your tour, there will be various stop points to learn more about the home's history/history of the people. I didn't try the free audio tour, but I imagine it would have made the experience even more enchanting. The artifacts are well preserved, but you can tell they are antiques. The gardens are beautiful. There are lots of flours to see. Great place to sit and just enjoy nature. I loved the statues surrounding the gardens.

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Jungle Island

1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132, United States


Dustin Herlich

in the last week

Fun place. Weirdly they still had haunted house stuff up? Or were putting it up already? The keepers clearly care for the animals. They all look healthy. Staff is friendly and the place is well cared for in general. Nice little attraction, but be warned. Plenty of shade but not buildings with AC (other than the main building) if you need a place to cool down. Animal show was cute.

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