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A popular gathering spot for beer connoisseurs, Tampa Bay Brewing Company Coral Springs Tap Room features a number of locally made brews. Although food is not provided, visitors are welcome to order and bring in take-out from nearby restaurants.
Featuring a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits, Miami Art Museum offers visitors contemporary art in the form of photography, sculpture, paintings, and more. The museum hosts community events like artist performances, lectures, workshops.
Known for the wild ferns growing on its grounds, Fern Forest Nature Center offers a swamp area with a variety of native plant life to view. The entrance has a boardwalk that takes visitors on a trail through the forest.
Miami's American Airlines Arena is one of the city's largest and most in-demand sports and performance venues. The palatial arena is large enough to easily accommodate circus performances, concerts by international superstars and other large gatherings.
Designed by Schultze and Weaver, the Freedom Tower is home to a contemporary art museum and to various arts disciplines associated with Miami Dade College. The building was completed in 1925 and is a designated National Historic Landmark. Exhibitions have included work by Dali, Goya, and da Vinci.
Filled with interactive exhibits, Miami Children's Museum provides children with hands-on displays to explore, climb, and play with. The museum features exhibits like an ocean odyssey, bank, castle of dreams, pet central, and more.
Located in a heavily wooded area, Sherwood Forest Park features volleyball and bocce ball courts, a horseshoe pit and a large, open area for recreational activities. Park facilities include a children's playground, a walking trail, picnic areas and restrooms.
Miami's premier outdoor shopping mall is the Bayside Marketplace. Browse dozens of vendors selling such items as clothing, produce, prepared foods, small electronics, accessories, leather goods, art, books and much more.
Miami's Jungle Island is a zoo that emphasizes animal interaction. There are plenty of opportunities to pet and hold many of the animals, and tours are available. Jungle Island is open during daylight hours every day of the year.