Miami, officially the City of Miami, is the cultural, economic and financial center of South Florida . Miami is the seat of Miami dade country , the most populous city in Florida The city covers an area of about 56.6 square miles (147 km2), between the Everglades to the west and Biscayne bay on the east; it is also mostly densely populated major city in the United States. The Miami metropolitan Area is home to 6.1 million people and the second largest metropolitan area in the nation.Miami’s metro area is in the southeastern United States and fourth-largest urban area in the U.S.
SIGHTSEEING IN MIAMI ??:-
1., Vizcaya Museum Nd Garden
Incongruous, unlikely and bizarre, Vizcaya is also an utter delight. An Italian Renaissance-style villa and gardens set on Biscayne Bay, it was built by F Burrall Hoffman, Diego Suarez and Paul Chalfin for Chicagoan industrialist and committed Europhile James Deering from 1914 to 1916. And a wildly extravagant spot it is too. Not only architecturally: the place is crammed with European antiques and works of decorative art spanning the 16th to the 19th centuries. All the furnishings at Vizcaya are just as they were in Deering’s time, including early versions of such amenities as a telephone switchboard, a central vacuum-cleaning system, elevators and fire sprinklers. The East Loggia looks out on to the bay, the exit guarded by a vast telescope. Off to the south stretch Vizcaya’s idyllic gardens, with fountains, pools, greenery, a casino and a maze. Strolling here on a quiet summer’s day can be magical (not surprisingly, it’s a popular spot for weddings). Another bonus is the café, which offers above-average lunches and, on Sundays, tea for two from 1pm to 4pm.2., Phillip and Patricia Museum of Science Miami :-
2., Phillip and Patricia Museum of Science Miami :-
True to its mission, the new 250,000-square-foot museum connects people of all ages with science through a range of inspiring programming—some of which is even bilingual. The new Frost Science (an upgrade from its previous Coconut Grove location) occupies four buildings—the Aquarium, the Frost Planetarium and the North and West Wings—features year-round exhibits such as “Feathers to the Stars,” “River of Grass” and “MeLab,” an interactive exhibit that lets kids learn about health by using their own bodies to conduct experiments (think hands-on simulations). The “Aquarium” is a remarkable display across three levels, one of which includes the museum’s 500,000-gallon Gulf Stream aquarium that houses all sorts of sea creatures.
Visiting Frost Science
The downtown Miami facility is open 365 days a year and is open to people of all ages. An all-in-one-ticket, which includes museum exhibitions, aquarium, live science demonstrations and one Frost Planetarium show, is $28 for adults and $20 for children 3–11. Children under 2 are free. Available to guests is a free mobile that includes detailed visitor information as well as a scavenger hunt. The duration of a typical visit to Frost Science is five hours.
Late-night and adult programming at Frost Science
In spring of 2017, Frost Science launched a monthly party series called LATE, offering extended viewing hours, live music and cocktails. More than a place to drink, the series features interactive installations, panels, lectures and other types of special programming. On the last Friday of each month, Frost Science hosts rock ‘n’ rolls laser light shows in its 67-foot planetarium dome, boasting a 360-degree projection screen and an 8K visual system. Underscoring the mesmerizing visuals is music by the likes of Pink Floyd, the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Lady Gaga, among others.
3., Wynwood Brewing comapany
Wynwood Brewery is one of the neighborhood’s OGs, and was doing its thing long before everyone and their grandma was brewing craft beer. You’ll have to walk a couple blocks west of Wynwood’s main drag, but once you find this intimate neighborhood joint, you’ll be glad you made it. There’s no food available, but occasionally a food truck will be parked outside. Order any beer on the menu—it’s all good. But definitely don’t leave without trying La Rubia.
4., Deering Estate ?
No, not the same Deering who built Vizcaya, but close. The Deering Estate was, in fact, set up and built by James’s similarly well-off brother Charles, who erected his own winter retreat at about the same time that Vizcaya was constructed. The main building, the Stone House, takes a similarly revivalist tack to Vizcaya: Deering built it to remind himself of his properties in Spain. It’s not as grand as his brother’s digs, but it’s impressive nonetheless. Other buildings on the site include the Richmond Cottage, built at the turn of the 19th century, and three small but delightful utilitarian buildings from 1918. The vast grounds contain
all manner of nature, including a mangrove boardwalk, and canoe trips to pleasant Chicken Key are available if you book in advance. The estate is most notable for its fossil pit of 50,000-year-old animal bones and 10,000-year-old human remains; the latter are Paleo-Indians.
5., Sugar Miami :-
The elevator will pass 40 floors before you finally reach, Sugar, the ultra trendy rooftop lounge at the EAST hotel that’s quickly become one of the most popular bars in Brickell. Remain patient and soon you’ll be rewarded with 360-views of the city and surrounding waterways, Asian-themed cocktails (like the Sweet Life, a sugar-y cocktail blended with Thai iced tea, lemon and whiskey) and a place that feels more like a secluded, storybook garden than a bar.
When to go
It’s an unfortunate side effect of a popular bar, but if you time it wrong, you will have to wait in line to get to Sugar. And sometimes that line is very long. On Friday and Saturday nights, that line is almost always very long. The bar is small—maybe the size of a basketball court—so capacity is limited. If you really don’t want to wait, your best bet is to arrive early, before the happy hour crowd, and you should be fine.
The cocktail menu is simple, but should have something for everyone. A drink will cost you $12 to $15—a typical price for Brickell. The Lychee Blossom (vodka, sake and lychee) is a popular choice. There are rye, rum and gin-based options as well. We recommend the East of Miami, a refreshing zip of ginger, lime, green tea and gin that goes perfectly with the skyscraper vibes.
When going really anywhere in Brickell, it’s always safe to assume that you shouldn’t drive. Parking sucks in Miami’s financial district and, during rush hour, traffic can be an absolute mess. Luckily, there are Ubers on every block in Brickell. An even better option is the Metromover, Miami’s public transportation service that is actually highly efficient for getting around Brickell and downtown. The closest station to Sugar is Eighth Street station. Some Metromover stops have an attendant working them. If you’re confused about which one to hop on, just ask.
6., Wynwood Walls :-
Launched during Art Basel in 2009, what began as a few commissioned murals to beautify the area has morphed into the city’s only outdoor street art park, featuring more than 40 murals. Some of the world’s most acclaimed artists and muralists have contributed over the years, including Shepard Fairey, Ryan McGuinness, Kenny Scharf, How and Nosm, Faile, Retna, the Date Farmers and Liqen. The best part? Admission is free.
What to expect at the Wynwood Walls
There are really no concepts in Miami that can compare to the Wynwood Walls. It is sort of a walkable outdoor museum, where entire buildings have replaced the usual gallery canvas. The works are impressive in their scale and are reflective of the spunky personality that put Wynwood on the map as Miami’s art district. Certain murals have remained the same over the years, but usually—around December for Art Basel—new murals pop up in a matter of days.
Places to eat at the Wynwood Walls
Inside the Wynwood Walls, there are a couple food options. There is the very popular Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, an upscale restaurant that specializes in shareable dishes like the 48 Hour Crispy Pork ($15) and the grilled baby octopus ($10). Portions aren’t huge but the food is good. For a quicker, on-the-go option try Jugofresh, a colorful juice shop that serves cold-pressed juices ($11), smoothies ($8–$13) and acai bowls ($9).
The best selfie spots
The Wynwood Walls is the undisputed selfie capital of Miami and chances are you’ll recognize some of the murals from the profile pics in your Facebook feed. Ron English’s “Hulk Boy” is a great option for those looking to strike a pose. Don’t be shy about it either. Feel free to snap away. Photos are encouraged and practically required. You get bonus points for creativity.
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8., Ball chain Miami
The Ball & Chain opened in 1935 on the Trail, now known as Calle Ocho. Over the next two decades legendary artists of the day graced our stage, including Billie Holiday, Count Basie, and Chet Baker. The legacy of the Ball & Chain continues in September 2014 as the doors reopened in Little Havana once more.
9., Bayside Market
Bayside Marketplace is two-story open air shopping center located in the Downtown Miami area. The banks of Biscayne Bay wrap around the property with the City of Miami marina at its side. It is recognized by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitor’s Bureau as the number one most visited attraction in Miami Different from typical shopping malls, Bayside offers an entertainment experience with live music daily, restaurants, bars, open-container policy, family events, and the picturesque settings that come with a waterfront property. Tenancy at the Bayside Marketplace consist of 140 inline spaces, in addition to over 50 carts and kiosks located in and around the center.
Best time to visit Miami :-
The best time to go to Orlando is November through May because of lower chances of rain and of course comfortable temperatures for standing in line for rides. The worst time to visit the Florida keys is during the peak rainy season months of August through October. For Miami, it is June and September.
Best Accommodation In miami:-
FOUR SEASONS ?HOTEL :-
COST OF THE PACKAGE ?:-
₹1,30,000/$1990(which include four seasons hotel Nd sightseeing) for (2 /3 days).
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