5582 North East Fourth Court Miami, FL 33137 +1 305 758 7556
You will find an astounding array of contemporary works in a diversity of art forms on display here, including paintings, sculptures, and photographs by talents such as Eric Kunde, David Baca, Deborah Carfagno, Lothar Nickel, and others. The gallery caters to private collectors and corporations alike. Individual and group exhibitions are held monthly. Private appointments are also available.
Normandy Shores Golf Course is an older, 18-hole public golf course designed by William S. Flynn and Howard Toomey and opened in 1938. The course is 6,402 yards, par 71 with a slope of 120 from the back tees and 5,527 yards, par 73 with a slope of 119 from the front tees. Although caddies are not available, walking the course is permitted at certain times, and golf carts are included in the greens fees. The facility rents clubs and does permit spiked shoes. The course offers reduced fees on weekdays, during the low season (May-October), for juniors and for twilight plays.
Ohio artist R.J. Hohimer brings gritty, smoky and romantic scenes of city nights to life in his colorfully expressive artwork. His gallery is one of the few left on Lincoln Road, the former enclave of art studios and thrift stores that has turned more and more upscale with designer shops over the years. Hohimer characterizes himself as a "jazz artist". His paintings are stylistically similar to folk art, but his favorite subject is the big city, in all its glory. His Lincoln Road gallery features originals and serigraphs.
This beach is located in the last park before you hit the Keys. It's a fair distance from the city, but worth the visit. Furthermore, one of the beaches in the area really looks lush, tropical with palm trees , and is very shady. The water is so clear and the sand is fine, as well as the atoll pool is unique in the area. Close to the Biscayne National Park, you can do some snorkeling and see the beautiful coral reefs. There are food and drinks stands, picnic tables and grills, restrooms and showers and a large playground. Fishing is permitted as long as you follow rules and bring your own equipment. Lifeguards and beach patrol on duty, so you will be happy to just kick back and relax! - Mercedes de Marchena
South West 8th Street Florida International University Miami, FL 33199 +1 305 348 4100
The Modesto A. Maidique Campus is a big hit with Miami's student community who flock here especially during summers when street parties, literary and musical events are regular occurences.Call for details on upcoming events that may be taking place here, and make sure you do not miss out on them.
10901 Coral Way Southwest 24 Street Miami, FL 33165 +1 305 223 7060
An extremely popular local place for events, the Miami Dade Expo Center can host any type of event. Be it weddings, music concerts, meetings, conferences, exhibitions-you name it, they arrange for it. The biggest attraction however, is the Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition, visited by almost 700,000 people. Located in the vicinity of the Florida International University,this is also a very popular place for student and educational events.
10190 South West 168th Street Miami, FL 33157 +1 305 251 1327
Located in Miami, this church imparts the values of Christ through praise and worship and soul-seeking talk. Life enriching missions are also held at this church. The pastors give talks on various issues and help the parishioners grow as humans. They even have events like missions and praise and worship concerts here. So come to this church to experience something spiritually.
Central and South America is a popular destination among tourists especially during summer. If you plan a visit here, it's a good idea to book a tour with Tara Tours. Being in the business for 28 years they know how to take care of customers. Organizing various tours to Central & South America, including tours to countries like Guatemala and Chile, Tara Tours definitely know how to please those that love to travel.
101 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33130 +1 305 375 5323
This public library, which serves the Miami-Dade county, is a book lovers' paradise. With over 4 million volumes to choose from, it's truly a class apart from the rest. The library's 40 locations make reading fun and easy. Its online facility offers readers the opportunity to access a wide array of journals, DVDs, audio books, periodicals, phonograph records and more. So curl up in your favorite corner, get out your Wallers or Evanovichs and enjoy with a hot cuppa.
16701 South West 72 Avenue Miami, FL 33157 +1 305 235 1668
Many water color painters, art patrons, teachers and those who paint as a hobby, make-up The Miami Watercolor Society Inc (MWS). A non-profit organization, it was founded in 1974 by Peter Drew for painters who explored the watercolor medium. The original charter supported a membership of 66 artists, which has grown dramatically since then. Workshops and art exhibitions to encourage painters are organized on a regular basis.
Departing from the heart of South Beach, these amphibious vehicles
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