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Things to Do in Miami

Written by Jimmy Rustling

Miami may be known for its glitter and glamour, but this Florida city also offers plenty of exciting activities. From world-class museums to sprawling gardens, these are the top things to do in Miami.

Escape the heat and ice skate at Basement (located within The Miami Beach EDITION). Or enjoy an amazing girls night out featuring pizza and comedy at Dom’s in Brickell!

  1. Miami Beach

Miami Beach is the ideal spot for weekend escapes, with beautiful beach paths lined with banyan trees framed by Art Deco buildings and breathtaking oceanside parks offering gorgeous vistas of turquoise water and white sand beaches.

Explore the district’s iconic architecture through an Art Deco tour or stroll along Millionaires Row. Stay in a boutique hotel such as Clevelander or Essex House; sample local cuisine at Time Out Market’s long communal tables featuring 17+ restaurants under one roof; or stay in one of Clevelander or Essex House’s unique throwback rooms like Clevelander Suite or Essex House Suite.

Take a jet charter ride above Miami and capture stunning aerial shots of its waterways, beaches, and iconic neighborhoods from above – this unique way of seeing Miami is the best thing you can do in Miami!

  1. Little Havana

Doing whatever your heart desires in Miami – from attending Miami Heat games at American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami to catching fly balls at Marlins Park in Little Havana – there is always plenty to do and see in this world-famous city, and jet chartering to nearby Miami Executive Airport ensures you will always be within striking distance of all its magic!

Experience authentic Cuban fare while in Miami! From Versailles cafecitos and cafecitos, head up towards Calle Ocho’s Walk of Fame featuring pink marble stars like Celia Cruz, Julio Iglesias, Thalia and Pitbull – not forgetting an authentic Cuban margarita at Versailles – then follow it to Calle Ocho for authentic Cuban dishes like its version in Hollywood with pink marble stars like Celia Cruz, Julio Iglesias, Thalia and Pitbull!

Visit the Tower Theater, a 1920s-era art deco movie theatre. And don’t miss Life House, an expeditionist’s tropical-style home turned hotel built using exotic plants and Afro-Cuban ceramics brought back from his journeys.

  1. Ocean Drive

Ocean Drive is one of the must-see sights when visiting Miami. This iconic street features beautiful Art Deco buildings, restaurants, bars and shopping.

Experience an unforgettable Duck Tour on an amphibious vehicle that drives on land before diving into the water! Perfect for family fun.

Visit Stiltsville to gain insight into Miami’s past. Once a haven for rum runners and smugglers, this vibrant neighborhood offers tours provided by HistoryMiami that explore its culture.

Walk down Calle Ocho in Little Havana for authentic Cuban shops and restaurants, stopping by Maximo Gomez Park (commonly known as Domino Park) to watch locals drinking cortadito and playing chess or dominoes. Adults will love Palace Bar at Clevelander hotel or Prime 112, housed within an iconic 1940s Paramount Dining Car Company of Haledon railroad-style car.

  1. Miami Design District

Miami’s Design District is an epicenter for modern art, architecture and design. A cutting-edge neighborhood featuring everything from trendy art galleries to luxury shopping destinations and tempting food halls – Miami’s Design District truly is cutting-edge!

Buckminster Fuller’s prototype Fly’s Eye geodesic dome stands out amongst other creative public art. Stroll through a range of art galleries that exhibit different exhibitions throughout the day – Art + Soul Gallery is known for highlighting contemporary artists with spiritual connections while Locust Projects stands out with their modern warehouse conversion which radiates cool.

After lunch at Mandolin Aegean Bistro with their Mediterranean seafood fare, unwind with a drink at St. Roch Market’s food stalls or head to MC Kitchen for northern Italian fare in an open and photogenic setting.

  1. Miami River

Doing it right by the water in Miami offers plenty of partying opportunities – be it dancing at an exclusive beach club, sipping cocktails while watching the sunset, or booking a private jet charter to explore its exquisite oceanscapes.

Experience Miami’s diverse culture at Domino Park in Little Havana, where regulars gather for highly competitive games of dominoes. This immersive Latin experience ranks among one of the best things to do in Miami.

For an enjoyable boat tour of Miami’s coast, try this 1.5 hour cruise past Millionaire’s Row and Biscayne Bay. Or take a speedboat tour for more in-depth exploration. Don’t forget the Gold Coast Railroad Museum; its dedication to Florida rail transport history ranks as a niche attraction among other niche attractions.

Try a Miami Jet Charter flight for luxury and convenience to complete an amazing Miami trip. It’s the ideal way to see Miami’s coast in elegance.

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Jimmy Rustling

Born at an early age, Jimmy Rustling has found solace and comfort knowing that his humble actions have made this multiverse a better place for every man, woman and child ever known to exist. Dr. Jimmy Rustling has won many awards for excellence in writing including fourteen Peabody awards and a handful of Pulitzer Prizes. When Jimmies are not being Rustled the kind Dr. enjoys being an amazing husband to his beautiful, soulmate; Anastasia, a Russian mail order bride of almost 2 months. Dr. Rustling also spends 12-15 hours each day teaching their adopted 8-year-old Syrian refugee daughter how to read and write.