Romantic Things to Do in Miami Beach

Top Couples' Activities & Romantic Things to Do in Miami Beach, FL

Best Romantic Things to Do in Miami Beach for Couples

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  • babain
    San Diego, CA12 contributions
    Loved everything about it. Beaches aren't as nice as others in miami, but worth a visit to the area!
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Amal K
    Doha, Qatar228 contributions
    Amazing experience. The boardwalk is very nice a mix of greenery and Beach. Lot sof birds and butterflies. Positive vibes where people running or biking or kids playing. In my mind it s a must in Miami
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Zeituni
    Jerusalem, Israel1,666 contributions
    When you hear about Art Deco you imagine something like Glazgow, Vienna or Prague. Alas! it is far from, but still nice
    Written May 11, 2022
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  • Amal K
    Doha, Qatar228 contributions
    Nice walk with mix of shopping and food. Spent good 2 hrs there. Very safe. U cAn see musician entertaining people.. It s a well spent time
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Joe K
    5 contributions
    Clean, safe, open pier to walk out and get some pictures of the ocean, Fisher Island, and the beach to the north.
    Written March 5, 2022
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  • Zeituni
    Jerusalem, Israel1,666 contributions
    Crowdy street with plenty of restaurants, fine cars, some beautiful buildings and very funny folks tipical for Miami
    Written May 11, 2022
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  • Be Kind
    Balbriggan, Ireland70 contributions
    It’s a must if you’re in LA . Can’t wait to go back and enjoy the view. It’s extraordinary- every single person should go to LA and see it
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • Kae L
    New York City, NY35 contributions
    Steps away from the Beach/Ocean , such a nice relaxing park . Perfect for people watching, relaxing, and vibing .
    Written April 24, 2022
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  • DanJacobsen
    Copenhagen, Denmark61 contributions
    Fascinating in a strange way. The desparation of the times are evident. The pictures could use a renovation but the statues speak for themselves.
    Written March 11, 2022
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  • Kimberly I
    Hillside, NJ181 contributions
    Tons of dining options, great atmosphere and fun to just walk thru even if you don't shop or stop to eat.
    Written April 24, 2022
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  • Raymond
    144 contributions
    Nice quiet shady place to visit to get out of the sun and heat. A lot of plants, mostly ornamentals. You will see a lot of butterflies and turtles. They do have events held there but I believe it's always open to the public anyway. I was expecting bigger, but it's well maintained. Their is a Japanese Garden, butterfly garden and several pools and a gift shop. It's free and worth a visit. Wish more plants were labelled.
    Written March 6, 2022
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  • Bees-on-Earth
    Palm Beach, FL268 contributions
    One of the most beautiful galleries, anywhere. Eduardo was knowledgeable and congenial and made our experience browsing Romero Britto's work a true experience. We were fans when we arrived, and fanatics when we left. Still thinking about our favorite pieces.
    Written February 1, 2022
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  • ElaineAndGreg
    Chesterland, OH2,624 contributions
    The Wolfsonian is the brain child of Micky Wolfson, who started not only this museum, but another like it in Genoa Italy.

    The museum is unlike most others. It focuses more on art and design from the period from about 1850 to 1950. You are unlikely to see works by Manet or Van Gogh, but it does have countless artistic design items ranging from posters to furniture to unusual objects. The exhibits change every few months, so the exact things on display will vary as well.

    The building itself is historic and they have added many design elements, such as a cool Art Deco elevator and many others. The museum is currently undergoing a renovation and expansion. You can still see two floors of displays, but some of the items are on floors that are undergoing construction. When the construction is done, there will also be a display library of sorts for visitors.

    The current exhibition focuses on the idea of aerial views, which would have come into being mostly after the invention of the airplane. The exhibition includes vintage posters, futuristic (for the early 1900s) versions of what might come, and many cool objects. One mural/large painting depicts Miami around 1920, with emphasis on new developments that are now around a century old. Another is an enormous globe chandelier with fun elements that include mermaids. The exhibits are artistically designed so you won't just be looking at objects in cases or hanging on a wall.

    Take a look at the ceiling on the top floor. It looks like it came out of a medieval castle, but it's really from an automobile dealership. You can tell because elements like wheels and steering wheels are part of the design.

    The Wolfsonian is a very easy walk from Ocean Drive and the center of Miami's Art Deco district. It's a fun stop and you will certainly see things you have never seen before.
    Written March 28, 2022
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  • Brian D
    Asheville, NC1,800 contributions
    Whether you are an art lover or just looking for some great events to go to Art Basel does not disappoint. We look forward to it every year.
    Written January 3, 2021
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  • Marcell Huth
    Colorado17 contributions
    12th street is a nice street! BUT the Google map description is incorrect. It is mostly a residential street. It’s true that there are businesses where 12th street intersects Washington Ave, Collins Ave and Ocean Drive but these businesses and restaurants are not particularly exceptional. Furthermore it’s not a “lively street” like Española Way or Ocean Drive as the description makes it sound; don’t be misled!
    Written November 20, 2021
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