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Miami Seaquarium is a large oceanarium located near downtown Miami and is one of US's oldest Oceanariums that houses marine mammals, fishes, sea turtles, sharks, reptiles, manatees, and birds. The facility is visited by nearly 500,000 visitors every year who come to be a part of overnight camps, group programs, presentations and events for boy scouts.
This urban park in downtown Miami claims to front a beautiful stretch of the Biscayne Bay. It is a venue to several large events like New Year Ball, concerts, Christmas celebrations, the Tina Hills Pavilion, the Bayfront Amphitheatre and numerous bay tours around the Biscayne Bay.
Pérez is a contemporary art museum that boasts rotating exhibits concentrating on WW II international art. Swiss architect Herzog and Meuron designed the museum in which they incorporated glass, metal and tropical foliage. Among the permanent collection are nearly 2000 works, especially art from the 20th and 21st century from America, Africa, and Western Europe and are extremely thought-provoking. The space outside the museum acts as an open-air sculpture garden where you can relax and enjoy over water views.
Originally known as the Miami Science Museum, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science is located in downtown Miami, adjacent to Pérez Art Museum. The main attractions include the Frost Planetarium which is a 250 seat full-dome screen having a diameter of 20 m and 16-million-color 8K visual system using six 3D capable projectors, a 500,000 US Gallon cone-shaped aquarium which has a 31 foot diameter oculus lens at the bottom enabling a clear view of sharks and fishes and the knight learning centre with four classrooms.
This two-story open-air shopping center is recognized as the most visited attractions in Miami. Unlike most shopping Malls, Bayside offers a full Miami experience with live music, Latin food, local artists, and beautiful settings. You can also enjoy authentic Miami seafood here along with tropical cocktails and salsa rhythms. This waterfront property houses around 140 inline shops and around 50 kiosks and carts positioned in and around the marketplace.
In 1916, a businessman James Deering built the Vizcaya Villa and employed nearly 1000 employees to fill it with furniture, tapestries, decorative and paintings from 15th to 19th century. This place was later named Vizcaya Museum and has since been used as a venue for contemporary art exhibitions. The southern side of the house has a series of beautiful gardens, inspired from the formal Italian gardens of the 17th and 18th centuries. Adorned with fountains, sculptures, and vine-covered surfaces, they are as impressive as the inside of the Vizcaya.
Miami is one of the most important port cities on the Atlantic coast of South Florida in the United States and also the most populous one too. With nearly 14 million tourists visiting the city every year, Miami is one the greatest and the most preferred tourist destination of the world. It is famous for its pristine beaches, art deco beauties, subtropical climate, a relaxed environment and collision of cultures. The winters in Miami are the warmest in the entire U.S. making it all the more desirable. It also boasts the largest cruise ship port in the world and hence called the cruise capital of the world. With nearly 10% of its workforce working in the tourism industry, Miami is undoubtedly every traveler's must-visit destination.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets can be purchased online at this website. Travel insurance is a must when you are going to Miami.
How To Get Around?
You can take advantage of public transport, hail a taxi or rent a car to get around Miami. Metrorail gets you to all the areas of urban Miami from 5:00 a.m. till midnight throughout the week. Fare starts from $2.25. Pre-paid cards and easy tickets can also be obtained online or at any Metrorail station. If you can't reach your destination through Metrorail take a metro bus that operates on more than 95 routes. Miami Metromover is a small electric powered people mover that runs above the ground and connects you to Miami Metrorail and bus line.
What Should I Wear?
Miami is one of the fashion hubs of the US and so while packing for Miami it should be kept in mind that the temperature is always hot and the styles hotter. For spring, a sleek pair of white jeans will be your staple. Mix and match it with bright and colorful tops. If you are traveling during summers, opt for short skirts and pair them with breathable and light tops. If you love to party, winter is the most ideal time in Miami. Along with a little black dress and a smart jacket pack a pair of jeans and a few full sleeve t-shirts or shirts. For the beach-goers, swimwear is a must along with a few pairs of strappy sandals, sun block, sunglasses and a hat.
Best Time to Visit
If you visit Miami between March and May the weather is gorgeous and you will also be saved from the peak winter rates.
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Will I Need a Guide?
If it is your first visit to this gloriously good-looking city, and you fear to get lost or to miss out on some of the important sites, it is better to take a tour. This way you will get to enjoy your trip to the most without putting in much of an effort and will not miss out any of the attractions as the tour guide will be there to take care of you and the entire group.
How To Get There?
The Miami International Airport also known as Wilcox Field is the most important Airport of Miami connecting it with seventy cities around the world. The other connecting airports are the Opa-Locka Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and the Kendall-Tamiami Airport. Several rail and bus services also connect Miami with all the major U.S. cities.