Zoo Miami is Florida’s largest and longest-running zoo. Opened in 1948 at Crandon Park, Key Biscayne, in 1980 it relocated to the former grounds of the Richmond Naval Air Station. It features over 3,000 animals, 1,200 trees and plants, covers an area of 740 acres (300 ha), and has over 100 separate exhibits.
Miami Seaquarium is located in the Key Biscayne area of Miami, just a few minutes from downtown, the Port of Miami, and the airport.
For those without a car, the public bus can be caught to Miami Seaquarium from hotels throughout the Miami metropolitan area.
See incredibly immersive art works inside Superblue Miami – a gallery experience where you're invited to interact with the art! This experience is suitable for all ages and features awe-inspiring new worlds created by some of today’s leading artists.
Established in 1927 as a mere citrus orchard, Flamingo Gardens is now home to over 3000 species of plants and a wildlife sanctuary. Located just west of Fort Lauderdale in South Florida, the Gardens surround the historical Wray family home, now a museum open to the public. Across 24 hectares (60 acres) of land, visitors can explore tropical rainforest and wetlands, stand in awe of Florida’s largest trees, and of course, take delight in the company of flamingos.
Paradox Museum offers more mind-twisting, eye-tricking experiences than any other edutainment destination in the world. You will learn everything about the exciting science behind paradoxes while having great fun and taking photos so spectacular that your friends won't believe they're real.
Bringing all-new meaning to "state-of-the-art", ARTECHOUSE Miami is not your usual art museum. This immersive art museum places cutting-edge technology and science at the heart of its visitor experience, with incredible experiential exhibitions that turn mind-bending physics and mathematical concepts into stunning, interactive light art.
Exhibitions vary throughout the year but are always guaranteed to always leave you wondering about the relationship between art and science, and the essential role of the observer in each field.
The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, formally known as Villa Vizcaya, is a villa and estate that once belonged to wealthy businessman James Deering, in Biscayne Bay, Miami, Florida. There's European art to admire and views of Miami to die for, and to this day it's a pleasant respite from the city bustle. Take a walk, or settle on the grass and feel the breeze on your face in what's probably the calmest corner of Coconut Grove.
Embark on a sensory journey at The Peach Museum, a distinctive fusion of art and sensuality nestled in the heart of South Beach. Here, vibrant art installations breathe life into every corner, beckoning you into a world where creativity reigns. Engage with playful props, step into immersive rooms that break down reality's walls, and strike a pose in imaginative photo booths. Capture stunning photos and videos that encapsulate the essence of your visit. This is not just a museum, it's an invitation to experience art in its most interactive form.