Visiting the Miami Children’s Museum

The Miami Children’s Museum was established in 1983 as the Miami Youth Museum. The first building was only 2,000 square feet big and was tucked into a shopping center in West Kendall. Within two years the facility had moved but didn’t increase in space until the following year when it moved again. The facility grew […]

Visiting the Miami Seaquarium

Miami Science Museum and Planetarium

The Miami Science Museum and Planetarium is a wonderful attraction for visitors of all ages, but especially for kids. The museum was started in 1950, but it was called The Junior Museum of Miami. The museum started at a different location, but moved to its current place in 1960. The addition of the planetarium was […]

North Shore Park Beach

One of the United States most popular and most beautiful states is Florida, and one of the parks there is the North Shore Park Beach. The Gulf Coast and Gulf Coast island beaches are luxurious, peaceful and relaxing. The islands offer a variety of activities, as well as a most beautiful, evening sunset. The East […]

The Wolfsonian Museum

The Wolfsonian Museum resides in a renovated 7 story warehouse in Miami. The conception of the museum was the inspiration of Mitchell Wolfson in 1986. An avid collector, Mr. Wolfson generously donated significant historical and creative artifacts so all could have an opportunity to appreciate the artists and innovators that created these classic to the […]

Miami Beach Day Spas

Miami Beach, Florida is a well known vacation getaway. Miami Beach offers white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue waters, fine dining, and exclusive day spas. Miami beach day spas, places individuals in the mood to enjoy all the festivities and excitement that Miami beach has to offer.

Lincoln Road Shopping

Miami Florida has a number of wonderful shopping opportunities but one of the best ways to enjoy the wonderfully sunny Florida climate and do a little shopping too is by hitting one of the open air shopping venues. Lincoln Road Outdoor Mall is probably the best place to do this in all of Florida, if […]

Swim With Dolphins

Want to swim with Dolphins in Miami? There are some encounters and experiences in your life that will stay with you forever, rare moments that you’ll never forget. A swim with dolphins is one of those excursions that doesn’t come around often but stays fresh in your memory forever. The Miami Florida area has a […]

Family Travel to Miami Beach

Taking your family to Miami Beach on vacation can be just the answer when you’re looking for a child-friendly destination that still has plenty to keep the parents entertained too. Miami Beach is not just about arts, culture, shopping and clubs – areas which kids might not be too interested in – but also includes […]

Aventura Mall Shopping

Some of the highlights of Miami are the wonderful shopping options available to locals and tourists. Aventura Mall is one of those places where you can lose yourself for an entire day as you shop for things you need and things you didn’t realize you needed. In addition to the shopping there are a number […]

Visiting Zoo Miami

Zoo Miami (formerly known as Miami MetroZoo) is another testament to the fact that the city of Miami loves its animals. The Miami MetroZoo is the largest and oldest zoological garden in the state with a history that reaches back to the 1940’s and a current collection that includes more than 2,000 animals. It also […]

Visiting Lowe Art Museum

The Lowe Art Museum in the University of Miami had very humble beginning with just three classrooms in 1950 but a generous donation from Joe and Emily Lowe enables a free standing museum to be opened by 1952 and the first art museum in Southern Florida was constructed.

Visiting Crandon Park Beach

The Miami Florida area is known for its fabulous beaches but one of the city’s parks and beaches that is often considered a favorite is the wonderful Crandon Park Beach. Crandon Park is located on the barrier island of Key Biscayne, sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. This park and beach really has […]

Gold Coast Railroad Museum

Located in the heart of Miami is the Gold Coast Railroad Museum. Located next to the Miami Metro Zoo, the museum opened its doors in 1956 and is home to many fascinating exhibits.

Topless Pools & Beaches in Miami Beach

Alright,  you’re watching a TV show.  Think fast!  What appears on screen to let you know the show takes place in Miami?  That’s right!  Beaches and pool-sides.  Well—Okay, they’re probably just showing off the scantily-clad women at those locations, but you get the idea.  When it comes to the city of Miami, beaches and pool-sides […]

Colorful Lifeguard Stations Of Miami Beach

Everything in Miami Beach seems full of life: the Art Deco Hotels, the world renown cuisine, the vibrant nightlife of South Beach Nightclubs. With all of that excitement surrounding the beaches, it’s only natural that the life guard tower stations themselves stand out. Whether it’s the American Flag Motif of the infamous 13th Street lifeguard […]

Swimsuit Style Guide

Over the years, swimsuit styles have evolved tremendously. In Victorian times, women wore heavy wool swim dresses that almost covered their bodies completely. In modern times, many swimsuit styles leave very little to the imagination. If you are shopping for a new swimsuit this season, you will be pleased by the different styles, shapes and […]

Parasailing in Miami Beach

Imagine viewing the Atlantic Ocean from an entirely different perspective, from up to 600 feet above the water. You can do just that by going parasailing in Miami Beach. The views of the sandbars, sea turtles, manta rays, manatees and tropical fish will be sights you will never forget. But it’s not just the ocean […]

Oleta River State Park

Nature and outdoors are not usually the first words one thinks of when asked to describe the Miami, Florida area. Discover Oleta River State Park, the state’s largest urban park. Oleta River State Park sits on the banks of Biscayne Bay.

Visiting Jungle Island

Jungle Island in Miami was the brain child of Franz Scherr. Scherr moved to America from Austria in 1911 and worked as a carpenter throughout the country. He always loved nature and when the opportunity to move to Homestead, Florida during the land boom of the 1920’s came along he and his family moved and […]