17 Top Tourist Attractions in Miami You Should Visit

1. Haulover Beach

If you are looking for some sun, sea, and sand then Haulover Beach is perfect for you to visit in Miami, it's blue water and soft sand will attract you for sure.

2. Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science

A family-friendly place to learn about science, technology, history and more is enough to attract you.

3. Bayside Marketplace

South of Miami, you will find every convenience here such as restaurants, spas, street food, and waterfront view obviously is the most attractive place in this marketplace.

4. Design District

It is popular for its design including the food and shopping scene, located in the north of downtown.

5. Jungle Island

Jungle Island is located in the heart of Miami, between the south and the north downtown, and this Jungle Island park is known for its eco-adventure.

6. Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

Occupying the southern third of Key Biscayne is the serene wilderness of Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.

7. Lincoln Road

Inside the mainland of Miami is Lincoln Road where you can enjoy shopping and dining, it is in the center of Miami.

8. Venetian Pool

If you’re looking to relax and unwind then you would not disagree about the gorgeous Venetian Pool—a unique place to swim, soak and splash about.

9. Dolphin Mall

Half an hour’s drive west of downtown you can find the enormous Dolphin Mall, home to numerous shops, stores, and eateries.

10. Espanola Way

Taking you back in time to Old World Europe, Española Way is certainly not to be missed for all that it has to offer.

11. Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park is only an hour's drive away from southwest Miami and one of the most famous national parks in Florida to experience wildlife.

12. Zoo Miami

Another great place to see all kinds of awe-inspiring animals is the sprawling Zoo Miami, forty-five minutes drive southwest of the center.

13. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

In the Coral Gables area of Miami, you’ll find the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.

14. Bayfront Park

Bayfront Park is a green urban park right in the very center of Downtown Miami.

15. Crandon Park

In northern part of Key Biscayne is Crandon Park, a stunning beach park that really offers something for everyone.

16. Villa Vizcaya

The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, also known as Villa Vizcaya, looks as if it could have been transported straight from Europe.

17. Lummus Park Beach

In the heart of Miami’s famous South Beach is Lummus Park Beach, an urban park in the middle of all the action.

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