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Media and Entertainment District
North Coconut Grove
Performing Arts District
Upper East Side
4 stars & up
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1200 Ocean Dr
The Miami Design Preservation League, the oldest Art Deco Society in the world was founded in 1976. They conduct walking tours of the famous Miami Beach Art Deco District. No ...
5400 NW 22nd Ave
Joseph Caleb Auditorium is a performing arts center that can sit up to 991 people. The auditorium has good acoustics and is used for different programs in the ...
3280 South Miami Avenue
Miami Science Museum is a great learning place for children. Those interested in galaxies, stars, planets and the intricate ...
A stroll down the Lincoln Road is a must for all those visiting the South beach area. Traffic is not allowed on this road that features some fabulous cinemas ...
9274 Southwest 40 Street
Whether you are looking for domestic or imported, new or used CDs, LPs or 45's, Yesterday & Today Records is the place to go. Its large inventory includes most ...
4315 SW 72nd Ave
Make weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and other occasions truly special with lovely cakes by Edda. Her 20 years of experience go into the baking ...
301 Biscayne Blvd
The Bayfront Park is a beautiful patch of green that consists of, Bayfront Park Amphitheater , which seats 10,000, and Tina's Pavilion for a smaller audience. Concerts, fund ...
1921 South Bayshpre Drive
Located in the Miami design district, this upscale designer showroom's specialties include an eclectic collection of handsome antique furniture, decorative reproductions, lamps ...
10975 Southwest 17th Street
The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum located in Florida International University 's Modesto A. Maidique Campus , features exhibitions of student work and also hosts national ...
464 North East 16th Street
Trinity Episcopal Church was founded on June 10, 1896, six weeks prior to the incorporation of the city of Miami itself. It began as a mere wooden, one-room place of worship, the very first within Miami's ...