Driving into the city, you will notice some of our Citi Bike stations. These stations allow you to rent a bike and explore the City of Miami Beach at your own pace. The bikes are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Simply go to a Citi Bike station, pay for the number of hours you would like to use it for, and return it once you are done to one of our many Citi Bike stations scattered throughout the city.
Lincoln Road is located in the heart of South Beach. All eight blocks of Lincoln Road are closed to cars, making it the premier location for outdoor dining, shopping, and people-watching. Visitors will find brand name stores such as ZARA, Gap, Nike, and many more. If you’re hungry, Lincoln Road has dining options to satisfy every taste and budget. Whether you are in the mood for Japanese or Italian, whatever you are craving can be found on Lincoln Road.
The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection features the largest eclectic transportation collection in the world. You will take a once in a lifetime journey down memory lane as you trace the evolution of one of mankind’s greatest inventions. Not to mention, the Dezer Collection also houses the Batmobile and James Bond’s luxury getaway cars. Bring your need for speed!
Take a step into Miami Beach’s hidden gem, the Botanical Garden. The grounds include a Japanese Garden, a wide variety of blooming flowers, palm trees, water features and an edible garden. Their Native Garden provides food for butterflies, hummingbirds and other wildlife. The garden is a unique, subtropical oasis of beauty and tranquility within an urban setting that will be sure to leave you feeling calm and connected to our beautiful planet.
The museum offers interactive exhibits, programs, and learning materials related to arts, culture, community and communication. Regardless of your age, the Miami Children’s Museum brings out the kid in everyone. Explore their one-of-a-kind exhibits, which include: Music Makers Studio, Castle of Dreams, All About Art, Ocean Odyssey, My Green Home, Pet Central Sketch Aquarium and many more. This is a fun and educational museum filled with exhibits for everyone to enjoy.
Check out where Miami Beach natives eat, play, and explore. Visit the location where The Birdcage was filmed, where the infamous ‘chainsaw scene’ from Al Pacino’s Scarface occurred, and where Versace built is famous mansion. The tours are a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 8.
The newest installment in Miami’s Museum Park, the Frost Museum of Science is a multimillion dollar museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future. At the Science Museum, you will be able to experience the Planetarium, the Aquarium, the North and West Wings, which explore the core science behind living systems. Here, you can let your imagination soar, and dive deeper into the world of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
The Wolfsonian’s collections comprise approximately 180,000 objects from 1850–1950—the height of the Industrial Revolution through the aftermath of the Second World War—in a variety of media including furniture; industrial-design objects; works in glass, ceramics, and metal; rare books; periodicals; works on paper; paintings; textiles; and medals. Dive into their exhibits and take a step back in time; their collection will leave you with an appreciation for history and modern day technologies
Fascinated by Art Deco history? Then you have come to the right place. The Miami Design Preservation League Art Deco Museum provides residents and visitors alike a better understanding of the architectural heritage that makes Miami Beach unique. The museum will teach you about the historic design styles in Miami Beach, the development of the city through the ages, and first-hand testimony that has been recorded and archived in the museum. Miami Beach has a rich and interesting history, and at the museum you can learn all about it.
The winter residence of James Deering was built from 1914-1922 in the Coconut Grove area of Miami. Vizcaya was conceived as a modern and subtropical interpretation of an 18th Century Italian villa. Today, it is miraculously preserved just south of Miami’s modern skyline. Vizcaya is an elaborate mansion that has delightful inventions. Here you will find a swimming pool that emerges from vaulted arches, formal gardens with enclosed loggias, elaborate reception rooms, a horticultural collection ranging from 400 year-old trees, and an orchid collection numbering over 2,000 specimens. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens truly is a spectacular experience.
The Aventura Mall is an upscale, super-regional shopping mall. It is the largest conventional shopping mall in Florida and the third largest shipping center in the United States. Here, you will find over 300 upscale boutiques, 12 restaurants, and a 24-screen Theatre with IMAX. You’ll also find major departments store such as Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, and Macy’s at Aventura Mall. This mall is a shopper’s paradise.
The newest edition to the Miami Skyline, the Brickell City Centre isn’t even a year old. An achievement in innovation and artistry, the mixed-use space is comprised of residential towers and office buildings above a supercharged fashion and culinary experience. The Brickell City Centre features an innovative climate ribbon that was designed to keep shoppers cool as they stroll through. This massive center spans three city blocks and feature more than 100 global and local retail brands. The sheer architect of this center will leave you speechless.