Featuring countless artifacts, including special traveling exhibits each season, this Miami cultural center offers impressive collections and hands-on activities daily, and a planetarium show every Friday evening.
Vizcaya is a National Historic Landmark — a serene and stunningly beautiful retreat in the heart of Miami, built by agricultural industrialist James Deering, who wintered on the property from 1916–1925. Today, the extraordinary European-inspired estate includes a Main House filled with art and furnishings, ten acres of gardens on Biscayne Bay, a hardwood hammock (native forest), and an historic village that is being restored for public enjoyment.
Located along the edge of Biscayne Bay, the 444-acre Deering Estate at Cutler is an environmental, archeological and historical preserve. From canoe tours to butterfly walks and guided nature hikes, the Deering Estate has diverse activities for the whole family to enjoy. The Estate offers daily tours of the historic homes-the Stone House and Richmond Cottage, as well as tours of the lush natural areas where fossil bones have been found dating as far back as 50,000 years.
This 83-acre garden, established in 1938, is one of the world’s pre-eminent botanical gardens, with extensive collections of rare, tropical plants. Featuring narrated tram tours, self-guided tours and programs in environmental education.
Home to Ralph Middleton Munroe, one of Coconut Grove’s most influential pioneers, the Barnacle is the oldest home in Miami-Dade County still in its original location. It is now operated as a state park with tours at scheduled times.
Designed by Von Hagge, Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne is considered one of the most beautiful and difficult par 72 courses in Florida. From the first hole, a dog leg par 5 that requires a drive over water and mangroves, to the last, another par 5 with views of beautiful Biscayne Bay, Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne is Miami’s signature golf course.