- The list below includes 180 free or cheap things to do in or near Miami, Florida, including 79 different types of inexpensive activities like Neighborhoods, Malls, Aquariums and Art Museum.
- From Lummus Park Beach to Oleta River State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Miami and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Coral Gables.
92% 26 votes
103900 Overseas Highway, FL 33037 MoreLess Info
Scales 2 Tales is a fishing charter company that offers exciting experiences for those looking for a thrill. The company takes guests on deep-sea fishing day trips seeking sharks, grouper, tarpon and other game fish.
20% 10 votes
5283 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33484 MoreLess Info
Taking guests to the city streets of New York City, The Big Apple Shopping Bazaar is a flea market home to over fifty vendors. The bazaar offers food, shopping and fun, complete with streetlights, iconic buildings and even Central Park.
94% 170 votes
14466 S. Military Trail, Delray Beach, FL 33484 MoreLess Info
The Girls Strawberry U-pick is worth the while for those who like eating sweets while strolling on the farms grounds. Besides the many strawberry specialties, in here there can be spotted swans and other exotic birds, as well as a giant turtle.
The Boys Farmers Market is known for unique produce and provide all kinds of foods including fruits, vegetables, berries, deli foods, baked goods, seafood and cheeses. Shoppers in the market are known to be extremely competitive.
Guests can feel good about indulging in the delicious handcrafted beers at Saltwater Brewery, where natural ingredients are used and money is donated to preserve the oceans. The atmosphere is artistic, friendly, and relaxed.
Besides the facilities usually found in a park, the Veterans Park also has an adult zone, dedicated to the city's senior citizens. The inside recreation center can be rented and has a meeting room, a library and kitchen facilities.
Delray Beach is a coastal town popular among visitors and local residents alike. When visiting the city, guests commonly enjoy visiting one of the scenic beaches, eating at local restaurants, or enjoying the exciting nightlife the town has to offer.
85% 78 votes
1/2 mi south of Atlantic Ave. at Rte. A1A, Delray Beach, FL MoreLess Info
the only information about this beach is on sites like tripadvisor. Since these sites only offer subjective opinions, none of it was useful. Wikipedia has nothing about seagate beach. I can only presume that this is an outdoor activity and it is suited for children.
89% 9 votes
94 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, FL MoreLess Info
Puppetry Arts Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc. is a fun venue for adults and kids of all ages. The center uses the art of puppetry to inspire, educate and entertain the community through live performances and the small on-site puppet museum.