Walking tours in Miami

143 excursions and activities in Miami are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Can Miami really be seen in a single day?

Whether you're visiting Miami for the first time or you're a local, there are plenty of great places to see. From the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science to the Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary, there's something for everyone.

Art Deco Welcome Center

Located on Ocean Drive, the Art Deco Welcome Center is a full service visitor information center in the heart of Miami's Art Deco "Historic District". The center is operated by the nonprofit Miami Design Preservation League (MDPL), and provides information on area attractions, cultural and sporting events, and city tours.

There is no question that the Art Deco district is one of the best places to visit in Miami. This area is home to hundreds of buildings with unique architectural styles.

The Art Deco district has buildings that are highly decorated. This design style is known for its geometric shapes and colorful pops of color. The Miami Art Deco district is one of the largest Art Deco districts in the country. It extends along a large portion of Ocean Drive.

The Miami Art Deco district is also the first 20th century neighborhood to be designated as an official historic place on the National Register of Historic Places. The district contains over 6,000 acres of prime beachfront real estate.

The Miami Art Deco District is home to hundreds of unique buildings, ranging from pastel-colored mansions to nautical-themed hotels. The area is also home to the Miami Design Preservation League's museum.

The art deco style reached its peak during the Great Depression, but there was more to the movement than just bold colors and bright neon lighting. The Art Deco movement was also about taking risks with architectural designs.

Perez Art Museum

Located in the heart of Museum Park, the Perez Art Museum (PAMM) is Miami's premier destination for visual art. This contemporary art museum features a large collection of contemporary art and exhibits that change frequently as Miami culture evolves. The museum's focus is on the Caribbean, Latin American and Atlantic Rim cultures. The museum's permanent collection includes artworks from the Americas and Western Europe.

The building is a work of art, with beautiful views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. Its interior is a high-concept structure, designed by the Swiss architects, Herzog & de Meuron. The museum's permanent collection comprises over 1,800 artworks.

The museum was established by art collector, Jorge M. Perez, who donated $35 million for the construction of the museum. The museum has been collecting art since 1996. The permanent collection includes works by Frank Stella, Kehinde Wiley, and Purvis Young. The museum also has a sculpture garden and a waterfront restaurant.

The Perez Art Museum is a contemporary art museum with a unique Latin American influence. The museum displays works by international artists and features rotating exhibits. There are also art-related workshops and lectures that are free to the public. The museum has extended hours on Thursdays and offers free admission on the second Saturday of the month.

The museum is located in Museum Park in Downtown Miami. The Perez Art Museum is situated between the Frost Museum of Science and Biscayne Bay.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Located in Miami's Museum Park, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science opened in May 2017. The museum sits on four acres of land in Downtown Miami. It features three-level aquariums and interactive displays.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

The museum's planetarium offers visitors a near-360-degree experience with a visual system that is equipped with 8K technology. It has an auditorium that can hold up to 250 guests.

The Frost Science Museum's Aquarium features hammerhead sharks and stingrays. Visitors can also check out the Gulf Stream exhibit. This exhibit showcases mahi-mahi, eagle rays and other rare animals.

The museum's outdoor exhibits include the River of Grass. This area features six different exhibits. The exhibit is interactive and features characters that interact with guests. It also teaches guests about the Everglades.

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is open Monday through Sunday. It is also accessible via the Miami Trolley. The museum also has on-site parking. The museum is accessible by MetroMover.

The Frost Science Museum is a popular tourist attraction. The museum attracts visitors from all over the world. It has been ranked as one of the best museums in Miami. Visitors can expect to spend two and a half to three hours here.

The Frost Planetarium is a popular destination for kids. It has a large auditorium that can hold up to 250 guests. The visual system is equipped with 16 million colors and is capable of 3-D projection. It is also tilted to give visitors a nearly-360-degree experience. The museum offers special shows and members-only events.

Ancient Spanish Monastery

Originally named the Monastery of Our Lady, Queen of the Angels, the Ancient Spanish Monastery in Miami has a fascinating history. It was originally built in Spain in the mid-12th century. It was transported to Miami in the 20th century and is now a cultural and religious monument.

The monastery was owned by the Cistercian monks for seven centuries. In 1831, a social revolution in Spain ended the monastic era. The monastery was then dismantled and shipped to the United States. The building was later reconstructed in North Miami Beach. It took nearly 19 months to complete the restoration.

Today, the monastery is a popular wedding venue and is also a popular tourist attraction. It is owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida and is a registered historic site. It is open Monday through Saturday from 10 am until 4 pm and is closed on Sundays. Unless special permission is obtained, the building is closed after 4:00 p.m.

The monastery is surrounded by a beautiful garden. The gardens are formal and designed to resemble the monastic gardens of Spain. They include intricate arcades which frame views of the gardens. This is one of the oldest buildings in the Western Hemisphere.

The monastery is located in North Miami Beach. It is about a forty-minute drive from South Beach. It is also less than a half-hour drive from Aventura Mall and Bal Harbour Shops.

Wynwood Walls

Located in Miami, Florida, Wynwood Walls is a series of murals and art installations. They are part of an outdoor gallery that's open to the public. The artwork ranges from sculptures to graffiti quotes. There are also several murals that rotate frequently.

 Wynwood Walls 

The best way to see all of the art is by going on an official tour. Wynwood Walls offers several tour options. You can tour the art by golf cart or on foot. You can also rent out the facility for private events.

The Wynwood Walls Miami store sells souvenirs inspired by the artists' work. It also features curated gifts and apparel. The merchandise changes frequently.

There are also several restaurants and bars in the Wynwood neighborhood. One of the most popular is Wynwood Kitchen and Bar. They serve Latin and Asian inspired dishes. The bar also features an 11-foot tall sculpture by David Benjamin Sherry. It's a fun spot to have a drink and watch the art.

The art district of Wynwood is also home to the Museum of Graffiti. The Museum has a unique structure that's made of a former warehouse. The museum features workshops and offers tours for all ages.

Wynwood Walls Miami is also home to Out of the Closet, a national chain that sells gently used apparel. Proceeds from sales benefit the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. This shop also offers free HIV tests.

The best way to see all of Wynwood Walls is to go on an Official Walking Tour. The tour is led by a local graffiti guide who educates you on all of the art. It takes about five to six hours to get through all of the art.

Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary

Located in southern Florida, Key Largo is a popular tourist destination. It is known for its beautiful beaches and underwater life. There are a number of things to do in Key Largo, including scuba diving and snorkeling. These activities can be enjoyed in the pristine waters of the Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary.

The John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is an underwater preserve that is home to hundreds of species of fish, sea turtles and sharks. Visitors can explore the park by scuba diving, snorkeling or by taking a glass-bottom boat tour. The park is also home to the Christ of the Abyss, a nine foot bronze statue that sits on the ocean floor.

The History of Diving Museum is another top place to visit in Key Largo. It explores thousands of years of diving history and how technology has helped researchers discover new species. The museum's aquarium is full of colorful tropical fish. It also features dive paraphernalia and relics that were recovered from the bottom of the ocean.

If you are looking to stay in Key Largo, you can choose from a number of great resort hotels. The Key Largo Marriott Resort is one of the best luxury hotels in Key Largo. It features a year-round outdoor pool, hot tub and classy waterfront restaurant. There are also boat slips available for short or long term stays.

If you are interested in diving, Key Largo has numerous dive centers and charters to explore the beauty of the reef. The reef is considered to be one of the best in the world.

Guided tours and excursions in Miami

Whether you are visiting Miami for the first time or you are looking for a new way to see the city, there are a variety of guided tours and excursions that can help you get the most out of your trip. You can choose from Miami sightseeing tours, Miami cruises, Miami double decker tours, and even Miami bus tours. There are many options to choose from and if you're planning a trip, it's a good idea to consult a travel agent or a tour operator before you begin planning your trip.


Miami is a vibrant city that offers many attractions to visitors. Visitors can spend their time exploring the beaches, exploring the architecture of the city, and learning about Miami's rich history. Miami has an interesting mix of Caribbean, Latin American, and North American culture. There are also plenty of fun activities to do, such as kayaking, visiting the Seaquarium, or renting a flyboard. You can even rent a cab to get around. Taking a guided tour can give you a unique insight into the city's history, culture, and lifestyle.

The Miami Design Preservation League offers guided walking tours of Miami's Art Deco architecture, Miami Modernist architecture, and the Mediterranean Revival architecture. You can also take a walking tour of the Little Havana area, which has a strong Hispanic influence. This area has been influenced by Cuba, and there are many Cuban-inspired seafood restaurants.

The Miami Design Preservation League is a nonprofit organization that works to preserve Miami's architecture. Walking tours include Miami's art deco architecture and the exterior and interior designs of Miami homes. You can also take a walk along Miami's vibrant streets, and see the many neighborhoods.

The Miami Harbor Cruise is one of the most popular boat rides in Miami. You'll board at Bayside Marketplace Marina, and your tour guide will take you to homes of many famous people. The tour takes you to the homes of celebrities such as Al Capone, Matt Damon, and Shakira. You'll learn fascinating facts about these homes, and get a vantage point of the beautiful Miami skyline. You'll also be able to take photos of your favorite sights.

There are also guided tours and excursions that offer visitors an insider's view of Miami's history, culture, and lifestyle. Miami tours and excursions can take visitors to places like the Miami Science Museum, the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, or the Children's Museum. You can even visit the renowned Miami Beach Architectural Historic Districts. These districts include ten different districts that have unique architecture. You can also visit the historic Biltmore hotel, or the colorful Coral Gables neighborhood.

Miami double decker tours are an affordable way to see Miami. Double decker tours start at the city's terminal, and are designed to save you time and money. You'll be able to take in all the main attractions of Miami in just a few hours. The tours also allow you to hop on and off. You can also choose to use the hop-on hop-off option, which allows you to use the services throughout the day, and is ideal for families with kids.

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