Explore a new world, or just leave your old one behind, when you stay at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, one of the landmark Miami hotels located on the beach and Collins Avenue. The hotel’s oceanfront location is also just steps from exciting Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive and the world-renowned sights, attractions, museums, incomparable beaches, nightclubs and South Beach restaurants that make this thriving, multicultural city so electric.
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is Florida's largest performing arts center is located in Downtown, Miami. The Arsht Center is known as a presenter of world-class shows including concerts, dance performances and Broadway musicals.
Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts Gallery has over twenty years of specialized experience presenting modern & contemporary art around the world. The gallery runs a year-long exhibition program in Miami and participates in art fairs internationally.
Featuring art drawn from museum collections and traveling exhibitions, the Lowe museum always has something inspiring to see. Permanent exhibits include Italian Renaissance and Baroque, Greco-Roman Antiquities, 17th-21st Century Art of the Americas and Europe, Asian, African and Native American art.
Recognized as a premier institution serving children and their families and the culturally diverse community we live in through the arts, literacy, and early childhood education. Play, learn, imagine, create!
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is now open to the public in Museum Park. Pérez Art Museum Miami is a modern and contemporary art museum dedicated to collecting and exhibiting international art of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Located in the heart of the Art Deco District, the museum showcases American and European decorative and fine arts produced between 1885-1945, offering a thought-provoking journey through the modern age.
One of Miami's most beautiful landmarks and the design inspiration for The Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove. The grand, bay front villa was built in 1916 as a private estate and was created to look like a 400-year-old Mediterranean palace. Today, this Italian Renaissance-style villa contains 15th through 19th century furnishings and art, surrounded by more than 10 acres of formal gardens and fountains.
Sitting on four acres within Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, the 250,000-square-foot Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is divided into four distinct buildings: the Aquarium, the Frost Planetarium, and the North and West Wings. This unique campus-like setting takes guests on a journey from the ocean to the Everglades and from the human cell to outer space. It investigates life as we know it while exploring the process of science and innovation.
Described by The New York Times as “an exceptional troupe, by Balanchine standards, anywhere in the world,” Miami City Ballet (MCB) is led by Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez and is considered a leader in the field – nurturing new choreographic voices, creating innovative collaborations and opening new avenues of inclusivity within classical ballet.
Recognized nationally for a tradition of innovative and original productions, the Playhouse presents world, national and regional premieres on the Main stage and in the more intimate performances in the Encore Room theatre.
Embark and an airboat tour; catch exhibits of beautiful birds; snakes and other reptiles; or watch an exhilarating Wildlife Show, complete with alligator wrestling at Gator Park, located in the Heart of the Florida Everglades.
This world-famous beach is depicted in postcards, movies and television shows worldwide. Come delight in the Art-Deco hotel skyline, artistic lifeguard stands, and wide sandy beaches. Or enjoy the children's playgrounds, people watching, strolling, bicycling and in-line skating scene that makes up the concrete promenade that runs for miles beside the beach and famous Ocean Drive.
Distance: 0.01 miles/1 minute
Miami Design District
A potpourri of restaurants, showrooms and galleries selling furniture, accessories, antiques and art.
The Wynwood Walls has brought the world's greatest artists working in the graffiti and street art genre to Miami. Monday - Saturday from 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.. Second Saturday of the Month (Wynwood Artwalk) from 11 a.m. - midnight. Sunday from noon - 6 p.m..
Aventura Mall, Miami's premier fashion destination features a collection of upscale boutiques and more than 300 of the world's most iconic, recognized retailers. Visitors also enjoy nearly a dozen restaurants, an artist-designed interactive playground and a 24-screen AMC Movie Theatre with IMAX.
Dolphin Mall is Miami-Dade County's largest retail shopping center blending the hottest concepts in theme entertainment and dining with an unparalleled offering of more than 240 value-oriented stores. Diverse dining & entertainment options include a food court, and various entertainment venues.
This marvelous Art Deco pedestrian promenade is one of South Beach's most charming shopping districts and a cherished source of people watching. Stroll among all the best restaurants, boutiques and cafes. There is something for everyone on Lincoln Road.
Distance: .85 miles/3 minutes
The Falls Shopping Center
Boasting more than 100 word-renowned retailers, this open-air center also features waterfalls and fine restaurants.
South Florida's newest luxury retail forum, a Mediterranean-style village featuring a fashionable collection of 115 luxury boutiques and restaurants, includes Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom and is set amid a delightful tropical garden.
Distance: 12.90 miles/21 minutes
American Airlines Arena
Miami’s premiere entertainment arena seats 20,000 and is home to the NBA's Miami HEAT, and hosts high-profile concerts, family shows and special events.
Home to Major League baseball's Florida Marlins, NFL's Miami Dolphins and a variety of concerts and community events.
Distance: 18.13 miles/25 minutes
Everglades National Park
The third largest national park in the Continental United States encompassing 1.5 million acres of rare and beautiful ecosystems, the park contains a visitor center, nature trails, full-service marina, boat-launching ramps, boat rentals and camping facilities.
Next to the picturesque cruise ships, Parrot Jungle Island features remarkable parrot shows, a Serpentarium and Jungle Theater, an Everglades Habitat and open interactive aviaries all nestled on a lush tropical island. Jungle Island is an interactive zoological park in Watson Island. It is located just east of Downtown Miami. The theme park's landmark are its sails covering the Jungle Theater, an arena where visitors encounter wildlife from all over the world. Come face to face with a 900-pound liger, a cross between a lion and a tiger. The park is also home to a trained bird show at the Parrot Bowl, and an exhibition of reptiles, penguins, flamingos and other animals at the Serpentarium. The park's "Everglades Habitat" recreates the ecosystem of the Florida Everglades, featuring much of the natural flora and fauna found in the natural environment.
Premier golf destination located in the heart of historic Miami Beach, with 128 acres of lush fairways and perfectly manicured greens; masterfully designed by Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest & Associates in 2002; 18-hole, Par 72, 6,800 yards from the back tees with Paspalum turf.
Enjoy 38 acres of entertainment, great shows and exhibits. The aquarium is the home of Lolita, the Killer Whale and TV superstar, Flipper. Marvel at the sea lions, dolphin performances, Nile crocodiles and indigenous fish.
Monkey Jungle is considered an innovator of many of the concepts currently seen in the design of zoological parks. It is home to nearly 400 primates, most running free on a 30 acre reserve and is one of the few protected habitats for endangered primates in the United States and the only one that the general public can explore. A total of 30 species of primates are represented at Monkey Jungle including gibbons, guenons, spider monkeys and colobus.
Located in the Art Deco District and adjacent to the Miami Beach Convention Center; the theater is the showcase for an array of performers and production companies, including the Miami City Ballet, the Miami Beach Broadway Series and contemporary entertainers.