We are in the heart of Homestead and just a short drive away from the Keys, Miami and other popular areas. Our office team would be happy to suggest and provide information & directions on attractions, events & other things to check out locally and in the nearby vicinity. Please inquire in the office!
Here is a listing of just some of the many popular attractions:
28655 South Dixie Highway, Homestead.
A coral wonder built by a single man over 30 years. Open daily from 9am to 6pm.
Everglades National Park
A 1.4 million acre park complete with endangered species and many species of birds and animals. Boats tours are available.
Biscayne National Park
The park preserves Biscayne Bay and its offshore barrier reefs, some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling areas in the United States.
12400 SW 152 Street, Miami.
A giant zoo with more than 250 species and 60 major animal exhibits. The zoo also has a wildlife amphitheater with three shows daily.
Miccosukee Indian Village
US 41 ( Tamiami Trail) West
Attractions include alligator wrestling, crafts, demonstrations, a small museum featuring the history of the tribe, and airboats rides. Music and arts festivals are held in July and December.
Museum of Science and Space Transit Planetarium
3280 S. Miami Ave, Miami
The exhibits on coral reefs and the Everglades here are especially enlightening. There is also a participatory science arcade, a wildlife center housing more than 150 live animals, and a natural history collection with cases of fossils and butterflies. Kids love the hands on exhibits and mini-shows. The Planetarium has several daily shows, explaining what’s new in the heavens.
Fairchild Tropical Garden
10901 Old Cutler Road, Miami.
An extensive botanical garden with a vast collection of rare tropical plants, a rainforest display, and sunken garden.
4805 SW 216 Street, Miami.
See a colony of monkeys living in a tropical jungle. Shows are held throughout the day. Shows include Wild Monkey Swimming Pool, Ape Encounter, and Hangin’ Wild Orangutans.
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne.
Home to more than 10,000 sea creatures, a killer whale, and dolphin superstar Flipper. South Florida’s largest marine aquarium.
Bass Museum of Art
2121 Park Ave, Miami Beach
Classic Art Deco design, and constructed of Key stone, the exterior of this building is adorned with carved nautical figures and features whimsical touches inspired by traditional Maya architecture. The gems included within the museum include works by Botticellie, Ghirlandaio, and Ruebens.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami.
An Italian Renaissance style villa built in 1916 by James Deering. Over 10 acres of formal gardens and fountains. The house contains 34 rooms with antique furnishing.
Art Deco District
1001 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach
New and restored buildings, cafes, hotels, carry the facades of bright pink, turquoise, and peach gleam in the sun. Take a walk through the Revival-style buildings, many containing electric boutiques and art galleries.
MM 100, Key Largo, FL
Take a trip on the original boat used in the movie “African Queen”
Dolphin Cove Research & Education Center
MM 101.9 Bayside,Key LargoSwim with bottlenose dolphins, sunset cruises, ecology tours into the Everglades, kayak and canoe voyages, and crocodile tours.
MM 99.5 Bayside,Key Largo
Swim with the Dolphins
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
MM 102.5, Key largo
Glass bottom boat tours, beaches, aquarium, snorkeling and scuba diving