3011 Rock Island Road Margate, FL 33063 +1 954 753 4000
The Carolina Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course with a Devlin-VonHagge design. They are a prestigious semi-private and social club that's open to the public to enjoy. The club is known for its history and tradition, serving as a past qualifying site for the PGA tour's Honda Classic. The majority of our members and guests are attracted to the high quality, condition, consistency and playability on the 6,584-yard 18-hole par 71 golf course - a design that cements the long-standing relationship between golf, nature, and "Old Man Par". Carolina Club is a well conditioned course with smooth running greens. It has a very interesting and challenging layout that is protected well by water. You can count on it to be in great shape year round. The Carolina also boasts one of the finest clubhouse grills in the South Florida region. Though the course does not measure long, the four par 5's are very good tests of golf.
8925 South West 148 Street Suite 102 Palmetto Bay, FL 33176 +1 305 278 1612
Alexander and Victor are all about fine art. It's therefore not surprising to see a mélange of colors and ideas sitting pretty on their gallery walls. The place features artists from all over the world, including, Carlos Aguilar, David Aguilar, Korean artist Ahn and Chernysh of Ukraine. Watch out for exhibitions and shows held on a regular basis. The art works are sold to collectors and galleries throughout North America.
Miami Dade has added some more adventurous and exciting tours to its list. Take these tours and you will get to discover South Florida's tropical beauty, well preserved parks and historic sites. So, if you are a nature lover, go for adventure bike or canoe tours. And, if you love water sports, try snorkeling and kayaking. In addition, there is a wilderness tour where you can explore the incredible Big Cypress Swamps and the Everglades.
Welcome to everybody's favorite spot in Miami. South Beach refers to the area, as well as the beach itself (though its official name is Lummus Park). Don't forget to bring your hats, towels and tan lotions for a fun day in the sun. Just lounge about, check out the hottest fashion or watch the spring-breakers' glee! And when you're sick of the sun and sand, there are nearby restaurants, boutiques and spas to choose from.
The Gables, as it is locally known, is a little town in its own right. Drawing inspiration from the Mediterranean, find yourself strolling amidst beautiful trees in fairy tale avenues. Check out the various attractions such as the Venetian Pool, Dragonfly expeditions and Miracle Mile for starters.
For those interested in art and its genres, the Ashmore Gallery on Miami Beach will satisfy you. It exhibits works of artists from the 17th century to the 20th century. Artist profiles range from those who are established in the field to those who are mid-career. Works of Pop Art Masters like Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Tom Wesselmann and Andy Warhol have been displayed here. Aesthetically pleasing, art traverses all boundaries, laying the foundation for an understanding between communities and cultures.
Treat your family to a day with marine animals! Located on the beautiful Biscayne Bay, the Miami Seaquarium presents marine-life shows and exhibits. You can choose from a variety of activities, including the opportunity to swim with the dolphins in their Dolphin Encounter program. The Miami Seaquarium is well-connected to the city and is close to the downtown area, the Port of Miami and the airport. Buses are available from hotels throughout the city.
2000 Convention Center Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139 +1 305 673 7256
The 2.6-acre (1.05-hectare) Miami Beach Botanical Garden showcases a wide variety of plant specimens. In order to attract visitors, it does not charge any admission fee. Regular educational programs and art exhibitions are held at this garden. Tours around the place are also offered. In addition, the garden's Banyan Room and terrace, Butterfly Room and Japanese Garden are available for reservations year round for weddings and other functions.
MoA is one of the few art institutions in Florida to foster and promote both established and emerging contemporary artists of every origin. It provides and invaluable service to artists in the region by constantly exhibiting their works. It receives funding from public and private sources in the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia.
Tennis fans from Miami and beyond have flocked to this state-of-the-art facility. Crandon Park features twelve competition courts and six practice courts. The showpiece of this venue is the 12,000 seat Stadium Court where tennis superstars including Andre Agassi, Serena and Venus Williams, and Pete Sampras are fan favorites. For information on upcoming events, visit their website.
Join a local for a walk through South Beach and
into five of the best restaurants and cafés on Miami Food Tours' signature tour, the three hour "SoBe Tour des Forks." Learn about the history of South Beach, see ...