- TripBuzz found 205 things to do with kids in or near Miami, Florida, including 179 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach and Coral Gables.
- From SpeedBoat Tours to SpeedBoat Tours - Private Tours, the Miami area offers 89 different types of family activities, including: Neighborhoods, Zoos, Aquariums and National & State Parks.
- Located right on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean on the south east tip of Florida, Miami is a hub of life and culture. Along with the many beach activities available, Miami also offers a number of family-fun activities, including zoos, parks, annual book fairs, parades, water sports, amusement parks, and more.
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Ego Sailing Miami Miami MoreLess Info
Head out for a customized sailing trip led by an experienced captain to see the coasts of Miami
99% 296 votes
1099 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, FL 33132 MoreLess Info
SpeedBoat Tours concentrates on providing a thrilling tour experience of the waters surrounding Miami. The captain narrates stories of the city and its history while speeding through the waterways of Biscayne Bay.
99% 281 votes
Miami, FL MoreLess Info
For a relaxing hour and a half on the water, SpeedBoat Tours â€' Private Tours brings guests through scenic Biscayne Bay for sightseeing and entertainment. Private excursions and sunset cruises are available upon request.
95% 941 votes
16225 Sw 172nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33187 MoreLess Info
Visitors can take a tour of Zoological Wildlife Foundation, and have their photo taken with a white lion or Bengal tiger. The foundation also offers animals for shows including camels, monkeys, owls, and tigers.
96% 1219 votes
Ocean Drive, Miami, FL MoreLess Info
Enjoy the beautiful sunshine and sands of South Beach by spending a day at Lummus Park Beach. This exceptionally well-kept beach is ideal for sunning, swimming, or just lounging under an umbrella and people watching.
94% 3235 votes
601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL MoreLess Info
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.
86% 2386 votes
501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125 MoreLess Info
Home to the Miami Marlins, the Marlins Ballpark is a baseball stadium complex that also hosts soccer matches during the winter. The stadium holds seating for over 37,000 people and features the Clevelander Bar and Swimming Pool.
Zoo Miami is one of the largest zoos in the southeastern United States. It features animals from every continent and a large selection of rare trees and other plants. Groups receive discounted admission but arrangements must be made in advance.
71% 635 votes
980 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, FL 33132 MoreLess Info
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.
66% 1421 votes
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132 MoreLess Info
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.
Covering 38 acres, the Miami Seaquarium is a major marine attraction park with various shows involving killer whales, dolphins, and sea lions, as well as featuring live marine exhibits surrounding various fish, marine mammals, and sea turtles. The facility also hosts various programs, such as their summer camp.