Sightseeing in Sunset

Up to 57% Off Bus and Boat Tours of Miami from CitySightSeeing Miami

Multiple Locations

$39 $19

Bus tours usher customers through downtown Miami, offering stops at 18 locations to allow personal explorations

51% Off Segway Tour

Bayside Marketplace

$138 $69

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Aboard i2 model Segways, groups glide past landmarks along the Miami River

Up to 50% Off Little Havana Art Tour

The Art Experience

$125 $62

Tourators expose folks to historic Cuban landmarks, including Marlins Park or the Freedom Tower, before paella or a three-course meal

Plane Tours (Half Off)

Opa-Locka Airport

$399 $199

75-minute romantic plane tours include a champagne toast

52% Off an Art Tour with Three-Course Meal

Edgewater

$124 $59

Sage guides lead groups of up to six on tours of Miami’s galleries and landmarks, stopping in at area restaurants for mid-tour refreshment

Up to 58% Off Miami Walking History Tours

Bayfront Park Downtown Miami

$40 $19

Tourists walk downtown Miami and step into historic buildings; wireless headphones convey the voice of guides speaking in English or Spanish

Up to 51% Off from Safari Tours

Bayside Marketplace

$39 $19

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Guides narrate in both English and Spanish as adventurers take in sights from art-deco buildings to swamp wildlife

Up to 53% Off at Haitian Heritage Museum

Miami Design District

$20 $10

The world's first Haitian museum outside of Haiti exhibits visual arts, artifacts, and the lives of great contributors to the culture

60% Off Sunset Yacht Cruise for Two

Coral Gables

$295 $119

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Yacht sets sail for Biscayne Bay, visiting Nixon's Sand Bar, and returns in full view of the Miami skyline; includes a free bottle of wine

Up to 50% Off Graffiti Tour

Wynwood

$50 $26

Two-hour graffiti tour includes stops at galleries and outdoor murals that showcase the works of artists like Invader and Shepard Fairey

50% Off a Haunted-History Walking Tour

Downtown Miami

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers Miami's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

53% Off Sunset Sailing Cruise

Brickell

$75 $35

A 50-foot catamaran tours the habitats of dolphins, manatees, and pelicans at sunset as passengers consume unlimited beer, wine, and snacks

Up to 66% Off a Nightclub Package 

Pick up at The Kent Hotel

$145 $50

Nightclub package for one includes a two-hour open bar, transportation in a party bus, and priority nightclub entry

49% Off South Beach Electric-Bike Tour

South Beach

$49 $25

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Guided tour on electric bikes that can reach speeds up to 20 mph

Select Local Merchants

Owner operated professional custom art framing store. Extensive experience, high quality craftsmanship, exceptional creativity and customer service to the community. Our reputation lies in our fine craftsmanship, our variety of products, our immediate turn around capabilities as well as our Fastframe Design Guarantee.

5900 SW 73rd St
South Miami,
FL
US

When the University of Miami's Lowe Art Museum began in 1952, the school could comfortably display its entire collection in three unused classrooms. Those days are long past. Today, the museum stands as Miami's most comprehensive collection of western and non-western art. The permanent collections feature pieces drawn from across human history, with notable works including Claude Monet's Waterloo Bridge and a recently acquired face mask from the Dan people of Côte d'Ivoire and Liberia, forged from wood, cloth, and fur. A sizable trove of Native American artifacts includes pieces from the Southeast such as a beautifully embroidered bead shoulder bag. Other exhibits include paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, and photographs from the Middle Ages through the present, including the Samuel H. Kress Collection of Renaissance and Baroque art, as well as pottery, sculpture, and metalwork from ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, dating from the first millennium BCE through the 4th century CE.

A few miles away, the tower of the 1939 Old Police and Fire Station rises above the street, gazing down on an unusual blend of sleek, depression-era modernism and Mediterranean revival ornateness. Founded in 2003, the Coral Gables Museum Corp. completely renovated the old municipal building. Spanish touches were added—the new Fewell wing and a 5,000-square-foot plaza—and the space was opened in 2011 as a museum dedicated to the civic arts of architecture, urban design, historic and environmental preservation, and sustainable development. Today, it holds regular art and design exhibitions, educational events, and concerts.

1301 Stanford Dr
Coral Gables,
FL
US

Belly2Abs founder Adriana Echeverri brings dance to unexpected places, opening Ireland’s first belly dancing school in 2006. Her Belly2Abs studios create a safe and harmonious space for women to work out and explore the undulating movements of belly dancing, tango, and flamenco. The studio’s diverse and international collection of instructors teach introductory steps to girls and lead up-tempo fitness classes that tone and burn calories.

2829 Bird Ave
Coconut Grove,
FL
US

Studio owner, mother of three, and passionate polecat, Annia Vazquez, encourages women to tap into their inner minx during pole-dancing and flirty-fitness classes. The studio takes pole dancing—once strictly a means of determining the next fire chief—and turns it into a full-body workout that incorporates core work, conditioning exercises, and sultry dance moves. Students can explore some of the other seductive arts during exotic belly-dancing lessons or courses that combine Vaudeville-style and modern burlesque. Classes keep comfortable with a maximum of 16 students, giving instructors enough time to dole out personalized tips to help newbies transform into veteran vixens.

2678 NW 97th Ave
Doral,
FL
US

As they observe the vibrant exhibits of aquatic life inside the Miami Seaquarium, many guests don't realize that they are walking through a movie set and a hospital. In the onsite lagoon, bottlenose dolphins swim through waters once traversed by Flipper, who filmed several television episodes and films at the venue. The Seaquarium is also recognized as a manatee critical care facility. Its staff has accomplished several historic treatments, including monitoring the conception and arrival of the first manatee born under human care and conducting the first manatee neurological surgery.

These facets of the Seaquarium—along with its many conservation efforts, educational programs, and shows—underscore a united commitment to wildlife consciousness. The animal attractions enable visitors to witness the allure and fragility of oceanic fauna up close, whether they are petting the back of a stingray or washing a dress shirt on the rough back of an 8-foot nile crocodile. Special encounters decrease the distance even further, sending patrons on underwater Sea Treks through the reef display or helping them to lead marine-mammal training routines.

It's hard to pinpoint the biggest personality inside the Seaquarium tanks, but Lolita the killer whale—who performs daily alongside pacific white-sided dolphins—claims the title of heaviest, period. On the other end of the scale, macaws and cockatiels perch around the Tropical Wings section of the park, and endangered sea turtles lounge at Discovery Bay. Elsewhere, a watery playground and three-story ropes course keep legs from growing too wobbly after a trip to Shark Channel or a smooch from a sea lion.

4400 Rickenbacker Cswy
Key Biscayne,
FL
US

Located in the heart of the city, Watson Island sometimes feels like a tropical paradise—complete with a leopard lurking in the undergrowth. Luckily, this jungle cat is safely within the confines of Jungle Island, which has inhabited the isle for more than a decade. And yet the story of this themed park, which houses everything from exotic birds and primates to rare plants and trees, began more than 75 years ago.

The Background

Jungle Island got its start in 1936 as Parrot Jungle, a small South Miami roadside attraction where the exotic birds could soar uncaged. In the following decades, the aviary hosted a wide array of noteworthy occupants, including Pinky—a high-wire bicycle-riding cockatoo—and several pink flamingos that appeared in the opening credits of Miami Vice. When Jungle Island's current owners purchased the company in 1988, they introduced new mammals and reptiles—but after Hurricane Andrew struck in 1992, they made plans to relocate. They settled on Watson Island, and in 2003, finished construction of the animal habitats and 18 acres of tropical gardens, renaming it Jungle Island. When Jungle Island's current owners purchased the company in 1988, they introduced new mammals and reptiles—but when Hurricane Andrew struck in 1992, they were forced to relocate. They settled on Watson Island, and in 2003, finished construction of the animal habitats and 18 acres of tropical gardens, renaming it Jungle Island.

Jungle Island is currently home to rare white tigers and a white lion, a high-wire bicycle-riding cockatoo, one of the only tame cassowaries in the world, a set of orangutan twins, a rare occurrence. Animal shows and presentations allow visitor to experience Jungle Island's residents in many ways, and a VIP safari tour is available for the very curious.

1111 Parrot Jungle Trl
Miami,
FL
US