Lummus Park Historic District

Lummus Park Historic District, Miami: Address, Phone Number, Lummus Park Historic District Reviews: 4.5/5

Lummus Park Historic District

Lummus Park Historic District
4.5

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4.5
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la.yasmine
Algiers, Algeria247 contributions
Green space
Jul 2018 • Family
Nice green space around miami beach . I napped under the palmtrees . Euumaaaziiiiing. U can as well rent a bike and do some exercise lol ... depends on your mood . Enjoy . Peace
Written July 9, 2018
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Sean M
England, UK225 contributions
Great place for families
Mar 2018
Safe, near to the shops and restaurants and near to the beach. Clean and tidy and lots of amenities including free public toilets (that are clean).
Written April 8, 2018
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Lolly’s Look
New York City, NY12,492 contributions
Lummus
Feb 2018
Lummus Park historic district is a beautiful open air green park on the water to explore. You can enjoy the beach and the green area with palm trees and people watch.
Written February 13, 2018
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biscardicreative
Winter Park, FL592 contributions
Beautiful Park, tons of volleyball, relaxation and dogs!
Nov 2016 • Couples
This is a beautiful park right across the street from the classic art deco hotels and restaurants on Ocean Avenue. Lots of shade and areas to simply relax and read if you'd like to. We saw a bunch of dogs on leashes running and strolling along with their owners. If you like beach volleyball, there were literally dozens of courts set up, I couldn't even tell you how many there were, a lot. This is a very bike friendly park as well and you can walk right out to the beach from the park.

Really nice place to relax or enjoy some volleyball in South Beach.
Written November 18, 2016
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Kathy H
Boston, MA179 contributions
Must See Park in Miami Beach
Feb 2016
It's hard to believe that developers of Miami Beach had foresight to preserve Lummus Park--so that it didn't end up as just another series of grand hotels on the ocean. Fabulous, wide, flat beach is meticulously maintained by the City as well as the hotels. Great people watching: skate-boarders, super-models, families, lovers, many languages spoken. Rent bikes right there. The Art Deco District Museum is also there. If you want the largest, most colorful and expensive cocktail you've ever seen, there are plenty of bars across the street who will accommodate your desire. Got to visit this place or you have not really seen Miami Beach.
Written October 3, 2016
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Christine E
Orlando, FL8 contributions
Fun riding bikes and bike friendly
May 2015 • Couples
Liked the bike ride and beach but the sidewalks near hotel's needed to be cleaned up a bit....but otherwise, the beach biking was lots of fun!
Written May 20, 2015
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MrMiamiExplorer
Miami, FL1,284 contributions
Miami History Lesson
Dec 2014 • Solo
Not to be confused with Lummus Park in Miami Beach, this Lummus Park is located in Downtown Miami. The Miami River Borders the West Side. The massive, ancient, Roman looking Scottish Rite Mason Temple Borders the North Side, and I-95 and the Hi-rises of urban Downtown Miami border the East Side. This is one of Miami's oldest parks and has been opened since the early 1900's. In addition to a playground, walking/jogging paths, and green areas for recreation there are horse stables with at least 1 live horse I observed in a corral. Most fascinating is the historical architecture within the park. You can view the preserved stone barracks of Fort Dallas, which served as slave quarters in the 1800's. You can also view another piece of architecture from the 1800's located in the park, known as the Wagner House. This is the oldest surviving house in Miami. Walking through this park is like stepping back in time, especially since there is informative signage with descriptions of each location. There are beautiful ancient oak trees in this park, but not a lot of native wildlife was observed, just one gray squirrel. Parking is free, but sadly there are only 3 spots. If those are taken, you will have to feed the meters that border the park. We will return, and let others know about this hidden historical park.
Written December 15, 2014
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