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Top 10 Places to See in Miami

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#1. Miami Seaquarium

The Miami Seaquarium is a large oceanarium. They have shows with different sea creatures, and it is really a sight to see. Over 500,000 people visit it every year to watch their killer whales do tricks. They do camps and group programs for boy scouts. 

#2. Jungle Island

Jungle Island is a park and a zoo. They have a variety of animals, and they make efforts to help the environment. Jungle island has its own Jungle Theater, where it simulates being in a jungle. As a part of their exhibition, a 900 pound liger lives nearby. A few fun things to see at Jungle Island would be:

  • SpeedBoat Tours
  • Watersports
  • Jetski Rentals

#3. Villa Vizcaya

This landmark is a museum and park. They have a beautiful maze of bushes that is trimmed regularly. Inside of their museum there is a historic recreation of a pool area.

#4. Bayside Marketplace

Bayside Marketplace is a great place for people who want to try some new food or see some new stores. It is a series of stores right by the bay. It is a bit long, so maybe it would be useful to look into short term rentals in miami beach.

#5. Mandarin Oriental

Mandarin Oriental is a luxury hotel in miami. They are one of the best hotels that you could visit in Miami. They have a private beach, infinity pool, spa, and top-of-the-line dining area.

#6. Ocean Drive

This is a thoroughfare right by Miami Beach. It is filled with art and hotels, so this can serve as entertainment for anyone who loves seeing creative works. If you are planning on going long distances on foot to see other places, it may be useful to check out short term rentals in miami beach while you are in the area.

#7. Hotel Beaux Art Miami

Hotel Beaux Art is a luxury hotel in miami. It is known for its beautiful lodging and rooftop pool. Their bathrooms are made of marble, and suites come with flat screen TVs and iPads.

#8. Oleta River State Park

This park is filled with Casuarina trees. It is a protected area of Florida, so there is a lot of wildlife lingering around. Oleta River State Park is great for any nature-goers or hikers.

#9. Venetian Pool

The Venetian Pool is a historic public swimming pool. It was originally created in 1924, and named after Venice, Italy. The pool used to get drained so that a symphony could perform inside the pool.

#10. Matheson Hammock Park

Matheson Hammock Park is right near the ocean. It surrounds the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, so any area in Matheson Hammock Park is a sight to be seen – especially at night. The sunsets here are absolutely gorgeous.