- MIAMI CHILDRENS MUSEUM
- Jungle Island
- Zoo Miami
- Viscaya Museum & Gardens
- Coral Castle
- Fair Child Tropical Botanic Garden.
- Grapeland Water Park
- WYNWOOD MIDTOWN
Direction from City Center to Hotel: South
Distance from Hotel: 2.3 MI/ 3.7 KM
Distance from Hotel: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM South West
Golf: 3 MI/ 4.83 KM North West
Outdoor Tennis: 2.8 MI/ 4.51 KM North West
Visitors to the Miami region can take time away from the bustling city by visiting Everglades National Park.The largest subtropical wilderness and 3rd largest national park in the United States. Home to a diverse mix of wildlife including rare and endangered species such as American crocodile Florida panther and West Indian manatee. This park is a 1.5 million acre retreat from the city.
Cocount Grove located on the edge of Biscayne Bay is a not to be missed upscale Miami village with a bohemian appeal. Coconut Grove has a rich history that includes Bahamian settlers in the late 1800s, the status as a hippie hangout in the 1960s.The home and inspiration for such celebrated writers as Robert Frost and Tennessee Williams commonly referred to as The Grove.
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The Venetian pool located in Coral Gables for a delightful treat visitors can take a dip in the coral rock lagoon. Known as the Venetian Pool has been captivating visitors with its romantic beauty since its creation in 1922. The 820,000gallon pool is a historic treasure where many Miami residents learn to swim. The pool is drained and refilled daily with cool spring water and boasts waterfalls.
Miami Beach 23 southern blocks of comprise what is arguably the most widely recognizable area in Miami South Beach. Once farm land South Beach began development in 1910 and has undergone numerous man made and natural transformations over the years that led it to become the glittering oceanside retreat that it is today. The neon lights & pastel colored architecture of the jazzy art deco district.