Monthly Archives: December 2015

Safari Edventure

Prepare yourselves for the only experience in Miami where you can enjoy "a new level of comfort" with nature, at Safari Edventure. Located in southwest Miami-Dade County, these gorgeously landscaped five acres provide a glimpse into the life of over 200 animals and over 100 mature native and exotic trees. Operating for over 39 years now,…
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Biscayne Bay Boat Tours

Operated under the company Miami Grayline your group will find your next exciting Miami stop, Biscayne Bay Boat Tours. Grayline was first established in 1910 and has since then built its own South Florida cruise touring empire. With daily departures on the hour, this sightseeing opportunity along the always gorgeous Biscayne Bay offers your group…
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Coral Castle

 Welcome to Coral Castle, the landmark outdoor garden featuring sculptures hand carved by the Latvian American aberrant Edward Leedskalnin. First started in 1923, this stone structure garden is located in Leisure City, within the limits of Miami-Dade County. Completed finally in 1951, this whole area took 28 years, 1,100 tons of coral, and some seriously…
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Historic Overtown Folklife Village

Located within the streets of Northwest 2nd and 3rd Avenue your group will find your next culturally and historically important stop, Historic Overtown Folklife Village. This regional tourist attraction showcases the legacies of Overtown and the Harlem Renaissance, as well as the story of the black cultural heritage of South Florida, the Bahamas, and the…
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Miami Duck Tour

Get ready for one truly exciting and educational tour of Miami, with the Miami Beach Duck Tour! This tour departs daily from the heart of South Beach in Miami and provides guests a once in a lifetime journey through the most spectacular landmarks on the streets, then splashes down dramatically yet gently in the gorgeous…
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Budgeting San Francisco

Simply put, San Francisco is expensive. According to CBS Money Watch, San Francisco made the list as fourth most expensive city in America, behind Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Honolulu. But we don't want to cut out the Bay City just because it's expensive. Resplendent with beauty, full of vivacious charm and historical integrity, San Francisco is a…
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Historic Ward Rooming House

Established in 1925 by Shaddrack and Victoria Ward is the Historic Ward Rooming House, located in the historic Overtown area of Miami. This rooming house served as a resting place and safe haven for both African and Native Americans, allowing blacks rejected from local hotels and seminole indians needing a rest a place to relax…
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The Black Archives

What better way to start your enlightening journey through Miami than at The Black Archives, the premier place in southern Florida to learn all about the African American experience in this region. Initially incorporated in 1977, this establishment was intended for school children and founded by local Dorothy Fields. Documenting the African American experience in Miami-Dade…
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Shark Valley Tram Tour

Your group will have the chance to embark on one of the Everglades "best tourism experiences offered," the Shark Valley Tram Tour. Located on Highway 41 near the entrance of the Everglades National Park you will find the company that has been giving quality tours since 1983, providing the northern region of the Everglades with important…
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Art Deco Historic District

There's no better way to start your final sunshine-filled Miami day than with a visit to Miami Beach's premier architectural district near South Beach, the Art Deco Historic District. This area holds many names, such as the American Riviera and Deco Playground, and serves as a premier U.S. Historic District. This neighborhood is the nation’s largest…
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