Although Miami has a reputation as a party-filled city, we recommend these alternative South Beach attractions that make coming here worthwhile.
Two restored historic buildings track and display the history of Jewish culture in Florida with an ever-changing repertoire of temporary exhibits on display. By providing information about past, present, and future Jewish history to both Jews and non-Jews, this museum hopes to educate the public about instill a stable future for an essential religion present in the community.
301 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Open for over 75 years, this touristic attraction provides guests with a chance to experience a various range of animals, plants, shows, and exhibitions. Different events are being held year round, giving patrons the incentive to make return visits to be wowed with what the park has to offer.
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail Miami, Florida 33132
The pioneer in Culinary Tours in the city, we give the opportunity to experience the blending of diverse ethnicities that Miami offers through food tastings. Not only do the tours revolve around food, but the expert tour guides provide knowledge about the history, architecture, and culture of what the city is truly about.
Considered "an intersection of music and architecture," a performance at the New World Center by the New World Symphony will leave you in awe as you take in the musical selections performed by the best symphony our city has to offer in an atmosphere provided by a strikingly-beautiful building with futuristic curves, clean white lines and blending of technology.
500 17th Street Miami Beach, FL 33139
Considered the 8th largest dance company in the United States, these talented group of dancers perform eloquently and provide an evening of extravagance and grace. The Company's repertoire has 98 ballets, meaning that the shows are constantly changing and give you the opportunity to experience new shows on a consistent basis.
1300 NE Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL