North Miami Florida Events
The heat of summer in Miami is no joke, so head to the Curtiss Mansion in Miami Springs, Florida, to enjoy some momentum. Visit Wynwood Yard on Sunday for cool drinks and reggae music, or head to Maximo Gomez Park (also known as Domino Park), where you'll meet locals, drink cortados, roll cigars and play any number of dominoes and chess tables. This relatively quiet park is defined by its proximity to the Miami River and the beach, as well as its location in the heart of the city.
On the north side of the historic beach, there are over 1,000 bicycles at over 100 different stations in the Miami area. If you want to go to South Beach, head to Baggs to visit Cape Florida Lighthouse. No matter what destination you have in mind, you have a place where you can dock your bike at one of the stations. The corridors are organized in such a way that everything is easy to find and easy to reach.
It is the largest city park in Florida and is located directly on Biscayne Bay, full of lakes and rivers and is located directly on Biscoe Bay. The palm-lined park is located in the heart of Miami Beach, adjacent to BISCayne National Park.
The historic theater is a member of the National Register of Historic Places and is located in the heart of Miami Beach, next to BISCayne National Park. The historic building and its individual buildings offer regular guided tours and a variety of special events for all ages and abilities.
If you don't feel like exploring Wynwood on foot, you can join us for a walk in the heart of the city's most popular neighborhood. If you're looking for tours, check out our self-guided walk through Wynwwood, which will surely delight you. The trail offers a variety of activities for both new and experienced riders, where everyone can participate and enjoy the fun under the Miami sun. If you are looking for a guided tour, you can get the guide, who offers hikes on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm.
The Everglades offer a rich wildlife with hundreds of different animal species including birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, birds of prey and even reptiles. You can also enjoy the history of the people of South Florida, which includes a tour of the history of Miami. Be sure to check out the permanent exhibitions on the first floor, which highlight the stories of refugees who came to the United States in the 1960s.
The following activities cost less than $10 per person and will leave you with countless memories of your visit to Miami. Check out our list of 50 things to do in Miami Beach and 50 more things to do on the beach in North Florida this weekend.
Whether you decide to attend one of these events or to spend your Valentine's Day in a different way, we hope you enjoy your holiday.
You will find many ways to celebrate, and if you don't, our staff are always ready to help you plan the perfect party. Party City in North Miami Beach specializes in party supplies and offers a wide range of products that can be sold wherever you are. Many of our stores offer a limited range of party merchandise, but we are one of the largest party supply stores in South Florida with more than 1,000 stores across the country. All our products are tested for quality and safety before they ever reach the shelves.
If you're looking for family-friendly fun in Miami, there are several activities that won't break the bank. If you plan to shop at the mall, it is just a short drive from North Miami Beach, making it a great place to visit anywhere. There are many options for those who want access to the whole package in South Florida and can still say that they have seen everything in Miami.
Attractions include the Miami - Dade County Museum of Art, Miami Beach Museum and South Florida Museum. Activities include a variety of activities such as a bike ride, a roller coaster ride and a zip line. It is a major destination on the Movers Trail and includes a number of attractions, from the museum to the amusement park to the water park and more.
If you're new to South Beach and want to see the action, the best way to start your trip is on Ocean Drive in Lummus Park. Starting at the Miami Outboard Club, the route passes Bayfront Park and Bajside before ending at Brickell Key. It is good to put up a blanket and a chair and watch from there, but if you are more recent or want a more picturesque view of the beach, it may be best to start the trip on Ocean Drive near Lumulus Park with a stop in Biscayne Bay.