Miami might have an international reputation for thriving bars and late-night pool parties, but it's also packed full of family-friendly activities for kids of all ages. Behold, the 21 best destinations in Miami for families and kids.
While South Florida only has a few Confederate monuments--a couple streets named after Confederate generals—there is one sculpture sitting in the heart of Miami that absolutely has to go: The home run sculpture at Marlins Park.
Before you put your Miami home on the market and book a one-way ticket to Peru (or Mars), keep in mind these images—showing a drowning Miami in the year 2100—are reflective of one extreme outcome, which is far from definitive.
Little Havana’s first museum, named El Museo de Little Havana, is expected to open on Calle Ocho this winter. Located at 1637 SW 8th Street, the space will "aim to showcase the social, cultural, and political importance that the area brings to South Florida."
Earlier this morning we took a closer look at overall first quarter sales trends in both the Miami coastal mainland and Miami Beach (and its barrier islands). Now we’ll focus on the most recent sales figures but on a more localized level.
Little Havana, one of Miami’s most historic neighborhoods, was just named a National Treasure by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, with a long-term planning process launching today designed to "ensure that Little Havana can remain a thriving, healthy and livable community.