Pinto's Farm has long been a Redland family favorite. This is likely because the farm always decorates well on holidays.
Santa's Enchanted Forest, the world's largest seasonal theme park, opens annually in Miami. The Tropical Park amusement park-meets-Christmas spectacular draws tourists from late October to early January.
Zoo Miami, the only US zoo in a subtropical climate, captivates tourists with its exotic displays and animals.
The bayfront complex owned by Charles Deering has yielded prehistoric animal remains and indications of Paleo-Indians more than 10,000 years ago.
This strange island park off MacArthur Causeway has tropical wildlife. To spice up the exhibit, 1,100 macaws, parrots, and other birds join massive reptiles and exotic monkeys.
This lush, well-kept tropical garden features many plants. Palms and cycads grow on its 83 acres, and a 16,000-square-foot conservatory houses rare plants.
The world's largest art event comes to Miami every year. The world's top galleries and collectors attend Art Basel to celebrate the best living artists.
This 2.6-acre (10,522 sqm) botanical park features native Florida flora, trees, and a Japanese garden. Plant life is as wonderful as the free admittance!
This is a great museum for kids year-round! The museum contains hundreds of interactive displays for youngsters to learn about art, culture, community, and communication.
The Frank Gehry-designed New World Center houses the New World Symphony. The sail-like convex panels overhead make the venue look like a geode.