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Places to visit in South Beach

Miami Beach Convention Center

The award-winning Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) welcomes meeting and event planners, exhibitors and attendees to Miami Beach and Miami. Reimagined following a $640-million-dollar renovation, the MBCC provides a world-class, state-of-the-art event venue for exceptional conferences, conventions, tradeshows, and meetings.

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South Pointe Park

South Pointe Park is a beautiful green space at the southern tip of Miami Beach. It offers stunning panoramic views of the South Beach shoreline, Port Miami’s cruise ships, Downtown Miami’s skyline and Fisher Island. The park has direct access to the beach as well as walking trails, picnic and barbecue areas, benches, a cafe and an off-leash bark park. There is also a mini water playground perfect for cooling off on a warm day, along with a jungle gym and lush landscaping. And best yet, Smith & Wollensky steakhouse is located in the park, with delicious dine-in and carry-out options.

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Lincoln Road Mall

Running almost the entire width of South Beach, Lincoln Road Mall is a mile-long pedestrian mall and one of Miami’s favorite spots for outdoor activities—besides the beach, which is just a couple blocks away. Designed by Morris Lapidus, the architect behind The Fontainebleau hotel, the strip maintains a fun, Miami Modern (MiMo) style of the past, but with more than 100 fashionable shops, restaurants, bars, and cafés.

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Lummus Park

Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Ocean Drive, between 5th Street and 14th Place, Lummus Park has been the backdrop for many television and film scenes.  The beachfront park features a playground, public restrooms, paved paths for walking or biking and the 9th Street fitness area, “Muscle Beach South Beach.” The park also serves as a host to various special events every year, ranging from concerts to marathons and is one of the most popular destinations in Miami Beach.

Attractions around the Miami Area

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Named after one of the most captivating shorelines on the Spanish coast, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens captures jaw-dropping European extravagance in an enchanting American context. From Popes to pop stars, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens has played host to countless celebrities and dignitaries. And it’s still one of the most sought-after locations for photo shoots, weddings and events.

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Frost Museum of Science

The Frost Museum of Science in Maurice A. Ferre Park includes a world-class planetarium and aquarium, and is situated on four acres of beautiful bayfront land.

Frost Science stands out as one of only a few institutions worldwide to have both an aquarium and a planetarium in one museum. The North and West wings provide six floors of interactive exhibitions dedicated to the ecosystem of the Everglades.

The museum is located next to Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), completing the vision of Maurice A. Ferré Park as a hub dedicated to science, art and culture in the heart of Downtown Miami.

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Wynwood Walls

Beyond the glitz and glamour, Greater Miami and Miami Beach is also home to colorful, artsy Wynwood. This thriving neighborhood is a haven for aspiring painters, graffiti artists, creatives and young innovators alike. Its focal point is Wynwood Walls, an outdoor museum made up of giant wall murals. Covering six buildings, these walls have become a blank canvas for major artists all over the world. When you visit Wynwood Walls, you’ll get a taste of Miami’s diverse art world. Covered in everything from graffiti quotes and large-scale pop art murals to abstract paintings and out-of-this-world sculptures, Wynwood Walls is as unique as it is creative.

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Little Havana District

This lively Miami district is one of the world’s most famous Cuban enclaves, where you can experience the best of Cuban-American and Latino culture. Southwest 8th Street, better known as Calle Ocho, is the beating heart of the district, where you can browse the countless shops and art galleries, drink some Cuban coffee, smoke a Cuban cigar, and visit the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame. Visit in March when it plays host to the lively Calle Ocho Music Festival. You can take a food tour of the neighborhood or join a Miami bus tour, which typically includes a stop at Little Havana.

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Everglades National Park

Located at the southernmost tip of the Florida mainland, just before the Florida Keys, Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S. and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park’s 1.5 million acres are a mosaic of ecosystems, from slow-flowing freshwater sloughs and salt-tolerant mangrove forests to tropical hardwood hammocks, pine rocklands, freshwater marl prairies, moss-draped cypress domes and the sparkling marine waters of Florida Bay. In these complex systems, you’ll find a wide range of native water and land animals, including alligators basking right off the Anhinga Trail, herons and egrets feasting in the marshes and slow-moving manatees cruising the bay.

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Florida Keys & Key West

The Florida Keys are a string of tropical islands stretching about 120 miles off the southern tip of the U.S. state of Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. They’re known as a destination for fishing, boating, snorkeling and scuba diving. The southernmost city of Key West is famous for Duval Street’s many bars, Mallory Square’s nightly Sunset Celebration and the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.

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