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Things to do in Miami

  • Oceania Cruises

    Oceania’s three identical midsize ships—the 684-passenger Insignia, Nautica, and Regatta—are geared toward a crowd that wants to explore interestin... More
  • Parrot Jungle Island

    More than 1000 exotic birds and other colorful varmints populate this iconic South Florida discovery park that dates back to 1936. Founded by Austr... More
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  • Pine Ridge Orchids

    Located in Homestead, just east of Everglades National Park, this commercial nursery specializes in orchids, particularly the Phalaenopsis and Paph... More
  • Pleasure Boating

    Water is the very essence of Miami, and it is the ease and sensuality of it that defines the city. To properly explore its offshore wonderlands, re... More
  • Plunge Bar at the Perry South Beach

    Miami has outdone itself once again: a 26,000-square-foot rooftop nightclub — one of the largest in the Americas — heats up the roof of the oceanfr... More
  • Publix on the Bay

    Growing faster than any other supermarket chain in the United States, Publix still maintains the same commitment to individualized customer service... More
  • Pulse Contemporary Art Fair

    New York, Los Angeles, and Miami play host to this annual arts celebration billing itself as “the leading US art fair dedicated solely to contempor... More
  • R. F. Orchids

    Go wild over the exotic orchids in nurseries. More
  • Robert Is Here

    Do not leave Homestead without stocking up on tropical fruits like papayas, star fruit, lychees, atemoyas, or monstera deliciosa (which tastes like... More
  • Rose Bar

    Housed inside the Delano Hotel, this ultra-chic bar attracts the glitterati with its Venetian chandeliers, rose-hued walls, and pricey cocktails. A... More
  • Rubell Family Collection

    It doesn't get more authentically Miami than an avant-garde contemporary art collection housed in a former DEA warehouse. Miami Beach hotel barons,... More
  • Sanctuary

    Located just a few steps from the clubs and lively atmosphere of Collins Avenue, this two-story boutique hotel provides an unexpected respite from ... More
  • Scope Art Fair

    Founded by gallerists Alexis Hubshman and Peter Surace, the Scope Art Fair was first held in the Gershwin Hotel in New York back in 1991. In Miami,... More
  • SeaDreamYacht Club

    Luxury on the two 112-passenger SeaDream ships means freedom to do what you want—like being on your own private yacht. You don’t have to wear a tie... More

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