Planning a vacation to South Florida? Our local experts put together a helpful Miami neighborhoods guide so you can make the most of your time in Miami.
We highlighted a handful of the top attractions, places to see, and which neighborhoods in Miami to visit during your vacation.
North Bay Village
Located between the mainland and Miami Beach in the beautiful Biscayne Bay is North Bay Village, home to many of Miami’s top restaurants, fun nightlife, businesses, and more.
Things to Do in North Bay Village
- Go on a cruise of Biscayne Bay for unique views of Miami or head mainland to check out local birdlife, including pelicans, osprey, herons, and more.
- Take a food-themed tour of this area to sample the best local cuisine.
- Try out a hop-on hop-off bus tour to really get a feel for the area.
“Miami Beach” typically refers to the mid and northern part of the Miami beach area. This area is known as a tamer version of its southern neighbor, South Beach.
O que fazer em Miami Beach
- Head to Lincoln Road Mall for a large, open-air selection of shops and lots of options for dining al fresco at the many restaurants and cafés.
- Confira o Bass Museum of Art alojados em um dos históricos edifícios Art Déco. Este museu abriga uma coleção exclusiva de obras de arte a partir de 4 continentes a partir de um espaço de 500 anos.
South Beach (Miami’s Historic Art Deco District)
Embora tecnicamente parte de Miami Beach, South Beach é conhecida por suas praias, arquitetura famoso Art Deco, estabelecimentos comerciais de luxo, e vida noturna ativa.
Below are a few ideas for fun activities – check out our post on things to do in South Beach for even more ideas.
Things to Do in South Beach
- Get a little museum culture in at the World Erotic Museum or the Jewish Museum of Florida.
- Fans of Art Deco architecture and the Roaring 20’s can go on a guided walking tour of the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in the world.
- Adventure-seekers will enjoy getting to know the area by bike with a full day rental right in South Beach.
- Spend a few hours or a whole day at Nikki Beach, a beach club that specializes in entertainment, dining, music, fashion, film, and art.
- Bata até os clubes.
- Para uma experiência clássica ao lado da piscina do clube, de cabeça para Clevelander na Ocean Drive.
Watson Island is a popular tourist destination, as it is home to two fun attractions. Head to Jungle Island for a day of family fun and discovery at the must-see zoological experience and then spend some time at the Miami Children’s Museum, a fun and interactive learning environment for kids.
Miami Design District
This tiny but diverse neighborhood is filled with galleries, shops, workshops, and a handful of tasty restaurants. A visit here is a must for the artsy folks.
Things to Do in the Miami Design District
- Explore the latest and greatest in recent artistic developments at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami.
- Shop for the new centerpiece of your home at the many galleries scattered throughout this neighborhood.
- Head just a little bit south to hit up the Shops at Midtown Miami.
Downtown and Coral Way
Downtown Miami é um destino popular para fazer compras, algumas das principais atracções de Miami, e é o lar de distrito financeiro de Miami.
O que fazer em Downtown Miami e Coral Way
- Assistir a um jogo de basquete e de raiz para o time da casa, o Miami Heat, na American Airlines Arena. Ou, assistir ao jogo em um bar de esportes nas proximidades.
- Browse the expansive artwork collection at the waterfront Pérez Art Museum in Museum Park.
- Another great Museum Park option is the Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science — kids will love it.
- Get in a little shopping at the Bayside Marketplace and Marina, an outdoor shopping mall.
- Ir para uma caminhada pelas trilhas nos greens beira-mar de Bayfront Park.
- Head a little south of Downtown to Coral Way and spend some time at the beautiful villa-turned-National-Historic-Landmark, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.
- While you’re there, check out the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora, an important accounting of the vibrant Cuban influence on historic and modern Miami.
Quando você visita Little Havana, em Miami, você vai pensar que você está em Havana, Cuba. Este bairro cubano de Miami é decorado com obras de arte colorido, autênticas barracas de comida cubana e restaurantes, e um monte de cultura cubana.
Things to Do in Little Havana
- Take in a game at Marlins Park; baseball fans will relish the opportunity to cross another stadium off the list.
- Learn more about important Miami/American history at the Bay of Pigs Museum and Library, staffed by actual veterans.
- Soak up even more Cuban and Cuban-American culture with a visit to the Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center.
Virginia Key & Key Biscayne
Apesar de tecnicamente não faz parte de Florida Keys, Virginia Key e Key Biscayne são populares destinos para aves de neve e turistas.
O que fazer em Virginia Key & Key Biscayne
- Head to the popular Miami Seaquarium and catch some exciting shows, exhibits, and educational presentations. After exploring the Miami Seaquarium, take a stroll through the historic Virginia Key Beach Park for some beautiful scenery.
- Check out some of Miami’s most sought-after real estate in Key Biscayne, a popular destination for retirees. Key Biscayne has some of Miami’s best (and often less crowded) public beaches.
Save on Attraction Admission in Miami Neighborhoods
Hit up a couple of these neighborhoods, or try to see them all, on your fun-filled Miami vacation. Whatever you choose to fill your time with, we know you’ll have a blast.
Just don’t forget to save on attraction admission with a Miami attractions pass, which can help save you up to 55% versus paying at the gate.