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Top 25 Miami Attractions 

Sunny Miami is not only a year-round seaside resort favored by celebrities since the first half of the 20th century, but also a key US economic center that plays an important role in international trade. The main tourist area of ​​the city is Miami Beach, located on the Atlantic coast. This is where beaches, hotels, entertainment, pedestrian promenades, restaurants and nightclubs are concentrated.

In the distant 1980s and 90s. vacation in Miami Beach was something out of reach for residents of other continents, but the situation has changed. Now any tourist can find the right hotel for themselves and head to the stunning beaches of Florida to sunbathe, enjoy evening walks on the Miami Beach Boardwalk and enjoy the unique atmosphere of Wynwood and Little Havana.

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Miami Beach

A resort suburb of Miami, separated from the rest of the neighborhoods by Biscayne Bay. A large coastal strip with beaches stretches along the coast of the area, completely built up with hotels. Miami Beach’s tourist infrastructure has been developing since the 1920s. The resort quickly gained popularity with celebrities and celebrities. The central part of the city is built up with historic Art Deco buildings, erected between 1923 and 1943.

Miami Beach.

Villa Vizcaya

The building of the early XX century, designed by FB Hoffman Jr. for the wealthy industrialist D. Dering. There is a landscape park around the mansion. The building is decorated in various architectural styles, dating back to several eras. In the middle of the 20th century, the property was sold to the city. Since then, the villa has housed the Dade Museum of Art. From time to time, feature films are shot here.

Villa Vizcaya.

Wynwood District

In the 1950s. Wynwood was a depressed suburb of small factories and auto repair shops, inhabited mainly by Puerto Ricans. The transformation began only in 2005, when the city authorities decided to “gentrify” Winwood, that is, its complete reconstruction. The best graffiti artists from all over the world painted the walls of warehouses and workshops, from which the area was transformed and became a place of attraction for bohemians, artists and tourists.

Wynwood District.

District Design District

The Design District is a unique and creative place where designers, artists and other artists gather. There are numerous shops and warehouses with ultra-fashionable avant-garde furniture, accessories, unusual sculptures and interior items. Also on the territory of the district there are many showrooms with exclusive brands of clothing. Every second Saturday of the month, the Night of Design and Art is held here.

District Design District.

Little Havana

An area in Miami, home to Cuban immigrants who fled the country due to the rise to power of Fidel Castro. The former residents of Liberty Island have long been assimilated and turned into ordinary Americans, but the national Cuban flavor has been preserved in the area. There are bustling street fairs accompanied by Latin American music and dancing, colorful processions during Catholic holidays and various national festivals.

Little Havana.

South Beach area

The resort center of Miami, a point of attraction for all nightlife lovers. Its informal name is “American Riviera”. There is a huge number of nightclubs, great restaurants, hotels and shops here. The main highlight of the area is its magnificent beach covered with dazzling white sand. Also on the territory of South Beach there is a historic quarter, built up with picturesque buildings in the Art Deco style.

South Beach area.

Lincoln road

Miami is not only an ideal beach resort, but also a great shopping destination. There are entire streets in the city where shopaholics can dive into the fascinating world of shopping. One such place is Lincoln Road. Here customers will find boutiques and shops of all well-known world brands, where they can buy clothes, accessories, jewelry, cosmetics, gadgets and souvenirs.

Lincoln Road.

Ocean Drive

Historic street with 1920-40 Art Deco buildings, which is a popular promenade and gathering place for the bohemian public. The street stretches for several kilometers along the ocean. Many buildings of architectural interest have been demolished. Those that remain have been designated National Historic Landmarks. Many vintage cars can be seen on Ocean Drive.

Ocean Drive.

Freedom Tower

The facility is located in central Miami on Biscayne Boulevard. It was erected in 1925 for the office of The Miami News. In 1957, the building was transferred to the city authorities, and a center for the reception of Cuban immigrants was located on its territory. The name “Freedom Tower” was attached to the building because the Cubans who fled from the regime of F. Castro believed that they had found true freedom in the United States. Today the tower houses a museum and a library of Cuban literature.

Freedom Tower.

American airlines arena

Sports complex, which was opened in 1999. The basketball team is based here – a member of the NBA “Miami Heat”. The arena is designed for 20 thousand spectators. It hosts not only sports events, but also concerts of world stars. Share, Madonna, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Tina Turner, Britney Spears and other famous pop singers have performed at the American Airlines Arena.

American Airlines Arena.

Bayside Market

Shopping malls located right on the embankment near the seaport. Bayside has over 150 shops as well as many cafes and bars. To attract buyers, performances and concerts are constantly organized on the market. In the evening, it turns into a street filled with walking tourists. At Bayside, you can buy clothes, local crafts, souvenirs and more.

Bayside Market.

Perez Art Museum

The museum was founded in 1984 as an art center. Since 1996 it has been operating as a permanent exhibition museum. The collection contains exhibits created in the XX-XXI centuries, brought from different parts of the world. The funds continue to grow thanks to private collections, whose owners constantly donate new works of art to the museum. More than 300 thousand people visit the gallery annually.

Perez Art Museum.

HistoryMiami Museum

The City History Museum, which houses exhibits covering a wide period of Florida history. The collection is located on two floors and covers an area of ​​over 3.7 thousand square meters. The museum organizes and develops research programs, holds open events for visitors and participates in scientific research. HistoryMiami is a whole scientific and cultural complex with a full-fledged research base.

HistoryMiami Museum.

Florida Jewish Museum

The museum’s collection is housed in two buildings that in the past served as synagogues. The main building is a historic building from 1936, created with elements of the Art Deco architectural style. The exhibition contains photographs, documents, household items and other artifacts that tell about the role of Jews in the history of the United States, as well as about the cultural traditions of this nation.

Florida Jewish Museum.

Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust

A sculptural composition created by K. Treister’s project in 1980-90. at the expense of the Rothschild family. The memorial is made in the form of a hand outstretched to the sky, along which emaciated human figures with imprints of monstrous suffering on their faces climb up. The memorial is very expressive and capable of evoking strong emotions in the viewer. The sculptor managed to express the horror that the Jewish people experienced in the 1930s and 1940s. during the genocide.

Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.

Miami Children’s Museum

A full-fledged educational center with a large number of interactive exhibits and compositions, where children can get acquainted with world culture, as well as try themselves in some professions. On the territory of the museum there are exhibition galleries, a lecture hall, classrooms, a gift shop and a restaurant. The center has classes of painting, modeling, photography and sculpture.

Miami Children's Museum.

Gesu Church

Gesu is the oldest Catholic church in Miami. It was built in 1896 at the expense of the city’s Catholic community. For a long time, the temple was an important spiritual center of the city. The first church was built of wood. In 1921, the construction of a stone building began. Since 1905, a full-fledged school functioned on the basis of the temple. During the active emigration from Cuba, the Catholic Latin American Center was organized in Gesu, which helped the newly arrived immigrants to adapt.

Jezu Church.

Episcopal Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

One of the first churches in the city of Miami, founded in 1896. It was originally made of wood, in 1912-25. a stone temple was built in its place. The building of the cathedral is included in the US National Register of Historic Places for its special architectural value. The church was built in a picturesque pseudo-Romanesque style. The facade and walls are painted white. They are decorated with arched openings and graceful balustrades.

Episcopal Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.

Jungle Island Amusement Park

An amusement park located on Watson Island. Jungle Island is known for its unforgettable shows featuring tigers, lions, exotic birds and other fauna. Apart from felines, the park is also home to lemurs, snakes, penguins, crocodiles, orangutans and turtles. There is also a large lake with a conservation area and a public beach on the territory.

Jungle Island Amusement Park.

Miami Oceanarium

The Miami Aquarium is one of the very first marine parks opened in the United States. It is home to killer whales, sharks, seals, crocodiles, stingrays, turtles, as well as the beloved dolphins. Due to the comfortable climatic conditions of Florida, the inhabitants of the aquarium feel quite comfortable. Popular shows with dolphins and seals are held in the open air all year round.

Miami Oceanarium.

Miami Zoo

The zoo is located about 25 km from Miami. It covers an area of ​​300 hectares. In order to see all the animals, you have to walk more than 5 km. Considering this moment, the rental of bicycles and bicycle carriages with an awning is organized for visitors, and wheelchairs for people with disabilities. In addition to numerous animals, the zoo is delightful to the eye with lush tropical vegetation. The menagerie regularly hosts shows for children.

Miami Zoo.

Bayfront park

Public park in central Miami, located on the shores of Biscayne Bay. It was opened in 1925. Architect W. G. Manning worked on the project. The park was completely renovated in the 1980s. under the leadership of I. Noguchi. It regularly hosts public holidays and fairs on Christmas Eve, as well as public balls and a variety of concerts.

Bayfront Park.

Miami Beach Boardwalk

A scenic walking path that extends from South Beach approximately 7 km north along the ocean coast. The place belongs to the category of “must-see” in Miami. The path is perfect for leisurely walks, jogging and cycling. Along the way, there are cafes, wonderful swimming spots, decorative fountains with drinking water and cozy benches.

Miami Beach Boardwalk.

Miami Beach Botanical Garden

Green area covering an area of ​​33 hectares. There are 14 artificial lakes within the garden. Tropical and subtropical flora amazes with its impressive diversity. The botanical garden was established in 1938 by Professor D. Fairchild and Colonel R. Montgomery at the expense of patrons. The park is open all year round. For numerous visitors, a variety of events are held to suit every taste.

Miami Beach Botanical Garden.

Everglades National Park

A natural area that includes a swampy plain, mangroves and tropical forests. A large number of rare birds and animals live here. The park is covered by a wide network of lakes that create a unique ecosystem. The Everglades are sometimes called “the largest swamp in the world”, as the area of ​​flooded areas covers more than 6 thousand km². The park is home to a considerable number of alligators.

Everglades National Park.

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