skip to main content
beach bike

Endless Activity

Things to Do in Miami Beach

What to do in Miami Beach and South Beach

Lucky for you, you don’t have to wander far from the hotel to enjoy a surprising variety of diversions in Miami Beach and South Beach. In fact, you don’t have to leave the island to enjoy some of our favorite spots, listed here:

Outdoor beauty galore…

  • South Pointe Park (Southernmost point of Miami Beach) — Breathtaking photo opps, modern benches, wide sidewalk for jogging and the only off-leash dog park in Miami Beach.
  • Lummus Park (Ocean Drive, from 5th to 15th Streets) — Runs along the famed Ocean Drive, with greenspace, beach workout equipment, volleyball nets and stellar water views.
  • Miami Beach Botanical Garden (2000 Convention Center Drive) — Florida’s tropical fauna on display, along with cascading fountains and picnic lawns.
  • Angler's Reef — Take a tour of our reef with us and dive, snorkel or just ride along.

Eat, drink, shop…

  • Lincoln Road (Between 16th and 17th Streets from Washington Avenue to Alton Road) — Pedestrian Lincoln Road Mall is brimming with local boutiques, national brands, restaurants and sidewalk cafes perfect for people watching.
  • Española Way (Between 14th and 15th Streets from Washington Avenue to Jefferson Avenue) — Mediterranean architecture and lush palm trees line this lovely street, featuring galleries, shops and romantic restaurants serving French, Spanish and Italian cuisine.
  • Sunset Harbour (18th to 20th Streets along Purdy Avenue) — This neighborhood is the new hotspot for locals, jammed with luxury shops, local eateries, cafes, fitness centers and beautiful sunsets daily.

For the love of culture…

  • Wynwood Arts District (located North of downtown Miami) — This former warehouse district teems with creativity, thanks to myriad galleries, museums, restaurants, nightlife and colorful outdoor murals.
  • Wolfsonian Museum (1001 Washington Avenue) — Collections include American and European furniture, rare books, paintings and textiles created during the height of the Industrial Revolution.
  • The Bass Museum of Art (2100 Collins Avenue) — Focusing on exhibits of international contemporary art in a wide range of media.
  • New World Symphony (500 17th Street) — Stunning Frank Gehry-designed building features an intimate theater inside plus a 7,000-square-foot projection wall at the outdoor SoundScape Park.
  • The Fillmore (1700 Washington Avenue) — Where Jackie Gleason filmed his TV show in the 1960s, this theater now showcases an array of concerts, comedians and other productions.