Miami is located on the Atlantic coast in Southeastern Florida. It is the largest populated city in United States. Miami was ranked 7th in Finance, commerce, culture, entertainment, fashion, education etc. It is the richest city in United states and fifth in the world. It has the world's largest cruises. Miami is home to many international banks. Miami is divided into North, South, West and Downtown (Heart of the city). It was ranked by Forbes magazine as "America's cleanest city". It is called as "Magic city" due to its rapid growth in population.
South Beach: It is a trendy local famous for shopping and partying. The best time to visit is May through August. It is located on Ocean Drive, this beach isn’t clothing optional.
Zoo Miami: It is one of the best zoos with its climate suitable to a variety of animals from Australia, Asia and Africa. It is the first free range zoos in the country and the animals are exhibited cage less. Animals are grouped according to their geographic territory and some animals are placed together.
Seaquarium: It is located in the middle of the tourist area between downtown Miami and Key Biscayne. You can enjoy outdoor aquarium.
Hit the Beach: Miami beaches are very famous and you can experience its beautiful beaches.
Everglades: Everglades National park is one of the unusual public park in United States. It is located on the southern tip of Florida. It is also a home to 14 endangered species like American crocodile, Florida Panther and the West Indian Manatee. Its land around 1.5 acres is covered by swamps, saw-grass prairies and sub tropical jungles. As most of the park is primitive it is explored by adventurists and researchers but you can also camp, walk and canoe.
Miami museum of science: The museum is home to Bird of prey research center and the Weintraub observatory. You can find latest kid friendly exhibits in this museum. It is a learning adventure not only for kids but for the entire family.
Miami’s children Museum: This museum has many interactive games to explore from a super market to a television studio. Their main motto is Play, Learn, Imagine and Create.
Parrot Jungle Island: This Island offers an opportunity for the visitors to learn about different tropical birds in replicas.
Monkey Jungle: It is in southern Miami-Dade County and it is the unique park where you can see them swing through the trees, scamper over your heads etc.
Coral Castle: This attraction was built by a Latvian born Miami resident named Ed Leedskalnin. He built this monument for his lover and after 28 years of effort he introduced 1100-ton coral creation to the world.
Vizcaya: It’s a 50 acre historical estate and used mostly for weddings and other entertainment events. This estate has been built in European style mansion.
X-treme rock climbing: A staff member will guide your kid to climb the rock safely and effectively. And it is a great way for a child to gain confidence.
Cool-de-sac: It is the first children’s entertainment center where kids are exposed to different game strategies like arts, blocks, games, salon, play unit, tots and lightspace play (promotes healthy interaction). It is the place where parents too can enjoy the quality time and relax.
Everglades alligator farm: It is a home to 2000 alligators of all sizes. You can also exotic species of snakes from all over the world. Larger alligators are kept at breeding ponds and smaller ones at the growout pens.
M.I.A. Skate Park: It is around 10000 sq ft. and it is located to the west of MIA airport in Doral. It has half pipe, mini ramp, ledges, fun box, quarter pipes and a vert ramp.
Grapeland: It is a shipwreck island where large bucket of water will sound a horn when it is around to topple that ends shower of water. Toddlers of age 5 are provided swim diapers and life vests for safety.
My club house: You can enjoy the party with your kids and have a stress free experience.
Oleta river state park: It is the Florida’s largest urban park located in the Biscayne Bay. This park is famous for off road bi-cycling trails, salt water fishing, and swimming. At the north end of the park, there is a beautiful mangrove forest preserves. You can rent kayaks, canoes and bi cycles.
Dolphins Plus: It is a home for Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions. They offer marine mammal educational program to children’s of all ages. It is located on the canal adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean. You can swim with these dolphins and sea lions.
Boomers: If you want to sharpen your batting stroke then this is the perfect place. Slow pitch soft ball, fast pitch softball and baseball pitching machines replicate speeds upto 70 mph.
Other interesting places include Kabooms amusement and party center, Wannado city, Funky fish kids day, Calypso cove aquatic center, Theater of the sea, Butterfly world, Fakahatchee Strand preserve state park, Atlantis skate way, Curry Hammock state park, Palm beach zoo, lion country safari, Rapids water park, Bahia Honda state park, John D MacArthur beach state park, Corkscrew swamp sanctuary, Coral Cay adventure golf, Naples zoo at Caribbean gardens, King Richards Medieval, Bamboozles skating and Event center, Gatorama, Heming way home and museum, Key west aquarium, Key west old town trolley, Thunder Skate, Sunsplash waterpark.
Avalon state park, Fish cove adventure golf, Anclote key preserve state park, Kayaks etc, Historic Spanish point, Playplus for kids, Galaxy skate and play, Great world nature tours horse riding, Marie Selby Botanical gardens, Mote Marine and laboratory and aquarium, Almost Heaven kayak adventures, Sarasota jungle gardens, Island Style water sports, Circus Sarasota, Brevard Zoo, Cypress gardens, The South Florida museum, Cocoa beach pler, The Florida air museum, Old town, Colt creek, Fantasy of flight, Skate reflections entertainment center, airport rides at boggy creek, Arabian nights show, Gatorland, Ace of hearts Ranch, Family fun center, G.WIZ- science museum.