Sightseeing in Orange Park

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A two-day pass aboard the Hop On Hop Off Tour provides riders with accessible transit and the cranial expansion of local knowledge. Throughout the route, a narration crafted by expert locals will keep you up to speed on where you are, where you are going, and where to direct your photographic and human irises. Non-English-speaking guests or bilingually curious natives can tune in to multilingual headsets along the ride. In addition to directing rubberneckers, the local good-times gurus at Gray Line lead wide-eyed wonderers into cultural hotbeds and fashionable storefronts. Riders who want to simply sink into the sun-soaked sand can browse the beach buffet out their window, hopping off when the bus reaches a towel-worthy strip.

801 Southwest 15th Avenue
Miami,
FL
US

CitySightSeeing Miami encourages tourists not just to see the sights around them, but also to explore them. Professional multilingual guides educate tourists on historical facts and fun city locations, leaving visitors with a deeper knowledge about Miami. When the urge strikes to linger at a tour stop, guests can hop off their double-decker buses and roam alone. Throughout the day, more buses arrive at each stop in intervals to pick up wandering customers and continue their tours while pairing them once again with the bus’s free WiFi and interior AC.

1400 Southwest 8th Street
Miami,
FL
US

When sensor technology for humanoid robots becomes advanced enough to systematically eliminate human life, real human beings will have an eight-mph head start on their Segways. Today's Groupon gets you rolling on a 90-minute Segway tour of Downtown Miami from Splash Academy.

422 NW North River Dr.
Miami,
Florida
US

Artist and founder Marta Echazarreta brings more than 18 years of custom-framing experience to Work of Art, encasing valuables from fine art to diplomas and jerseys. Reward graduates' academic rigor by encasing their diploma in a 1-inch black frame with a 1/4-inch mat and a 2-inch glass border ($120). Art collectors can swaddle fine paintings, lithographs, or Albert Einstein–autographed RoboCop 3 posters in a standard black or espresso frame ($56), then select from a variety of acid-free mats ($25 for a 24"x36" mat) to prevent picture yellowing.

1731 Coral Way
Coral Gables,
FL
US

HistoryMiami celebrates Miami's unique legacy with rotating exhibits tracing the area’s history from prehistoric times to the modern day. On the first Wednesday of every month, HistoryMiami throws down an open smorgasbord of live jams, fine wine, and tempting tidbits to flutter the wings of local social butterflies. July's Wine Down Wednesday celebrates the new Aviation in Miami exhibit with a special performance by the Oscar Fuentes Combo, whose poetic, Latin-fused rhythms evoke the history of Florida's skies, from Howard Gill's cardinal flight a century ago to today's majestic herds of domesticated clouds. Imbibe from the open wine and food bar while enjoying access to the museum galleries, outdoor courtyard, and spectral Crockett and Tubbs. Free parking is available at Cultural Parking Garage at 50 Northwest Second Avenue.

101 W Flagler St
Miami,
FL
US

National Detailing’s insured and trained staff lugs their detailing equipment and expertise to driveways all across the country. The company's tier of mobile detail packages serves a range of car cleaning needs—the Gold forms a foundation around rinse-less hand washes, carnauba waxes, and clay-bar treatments; the Platinum adds Rain-X treatments; and the Diamond tops everything off with machine polishes and show-car glazes. To ensure that everything goes well at each site, National Detailing has a 24/7 service line that customers can call to voice any concerns or just report a bad dream.

247 SW 8th St
Miami,
FL
US