Hotel Victor prime location on Ocean Drive offers guests the perfect base for explorations throughout Miami Beach… and beyond.
This exquisitely renovated art deco space helps visitors appreciate the architectural heritage and significance of Miami Beach. Home of the Miami Design Preservation League, it’s the ideal place to learn more about how best to soak in the influences of Art Deco, Mediterranean Revival and Miami Modern.
1001 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Lincoln Road between Alton Road and Washington Avenue.
Not your typical mall with a predictable lineup of retailers, Lincoln Road Mall has been delighting sophisticated shoppers since the 1930s. Outdoor dining, people watching and a wonderful collection of shops, galleries and boutiques, make Lincoln Road Mall a prime destination for visitors who appreciate the distinctive.
A remarkable National Landmark in the heart of Miami, the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens rewards visitors with a sense of what it was like to live in luxury on Biscayne Bay in 1914. From moonlight tours of the lavish gardens to special musical events, Vizcaya isn’t simply well-preserved opulence, but a living testament to the values of conservation.
3251 South Miami Avenue,
The Miami Seaquarium features eight different mammal shows every day, including performances from trained dolphins and killer whales. The 38 acre Seaquarium also helps visitors understand the very real challenges faced by endangered species in South Florida, such as sea turtles and manatees.
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway,
300 different birds. The liger, the world’s largest member of the cat family. Twin orangutangs. Visitors can see them all, and stroll along more than a mile of trails exploring this remarkable environment. Jungle Island has delighted guests for more than 75 years, with attractions ranging from a cockatoo which rides along a high wire to a stunning collection of flamingoes.
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail,
Fresh spring water feeds this 820,000 gallon pool constructed in 1923. Carved from a limestone quarry, the Venetian Pool in Coral Gables doesn’t just give visitors laps to swim, but waterfalls to enjoy and grottoes to explore. Anchored by two lookout towers, the Venetia Pool is rich in history and charm.
2701 De Soto Boulevard,
Clubbers are hard-pressed to find, or even imagine, a more dazzling dance club.
The 11th Street complex is a home away from home for a Who’s Who lineup of international DJs. For dance music fans who visit Miami and make the pilgrimage to Space, the club experience remains as vibrant today as it was a decade ago.
34 Northeast 11th Street,
Florida’s largest performing arts center, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, is home to the Miami City Ballet and the Florida Grand Opera. The structure, designed by architect Cesar Pelli, straddles Biscayne Boulevard. Visitors are often surprised by the size of the 2,200 seat concert hall, the second largest in the nation, dwarfed only by New York City’s Lincoln Center.
1300 Biscayne Boulevard,
Oleta River State Park gives visitors breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay, and is a premier destination for biking enthusiasts. A 1,200 foot long sandy beach along the bay provides a perfect backdrop for a picnic lunch, and visitors can rent canoes, kayaks, and bicycles. Oleta River State Park is the largest urban park in Miami, rich with native flora and fauna.
3400 Northeast 163rd Street
Miami, FL 33160-4460
From the day it opened in 1948, the only tropical zoo in the United States has been a visitors’ favorite. Zoo Miami features four main areas; Asia, Africa, Amazon and Beyond, and Australia. From American Flamingos to Saddle-billed Storks, Zoo Miami redefines the typical zoo experience with attractions such as the White Bengal Tiger exhibit.
1 Zoo Boulevard
12400 SW 152 Street
Miami, FL 33177
South Florida’s leading retail destination, Bayside Marketplace enhances the shopping experience with fine dining and daily entertainment. From the Artists’ Square to the Marina Stage, Bayside delivers a vibrant shopping experience.
401 Biscayne Blvd., R106
Miami, Florida 33132-1924
Along the shores of Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, the Kampong National Tropical Botanical Garden takes visitors into an environment suggestive of Indonesia or Malaysia. Rich in exotic fruits and flowering trees, Kampong is not just a place to visit, but also a place to study, serving as a special campus for courses offered by a number of universities.
4013 South Douglas Road
Miami, FL 33133-6840
A charming house built in 1891, the Barnacle is surrounded by one of the last remaining tropical hardwood hammocks in the Southeast. On the shores of Biscayne Bay, visitors return to an era before the boom years of Miami Beach, pleasantly rewarded with solitude and natural beauty.
3485 Main Highway
Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
The Miami Science Museum is actually more than a museum, featuring a wildlife center and an acclaimed planetarium. A unique collection focusing on space transit reflects Florida’s contributions to space exploration, and the Stingray Sea Lab gives visitors a close up look at Marine Life not often experienced.
3280 S. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
Florida’s leading home of contemporary art, the galleries of The Miami Art Museum capture the color and the character of South Florida. Collections focus on the cosmopolitan flavors of the region. The Miami Art Museum places a special emphasis on showcasing the work of South Florida artists.
101 W Flagler Street
Newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst purchased these cloisters in Spain in 1925. Meticulously taken apart and transported in 11,000 wooden crates, the materials were stored in a New York City warehouse until the Monastery was reassembled in Miami in 1952. Today, visitors to the ancient Spanish Monastery experience a structure which dates back to the twelfth century.
16711 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach FL 33160