SOME OF WYNWOOD’S BEST WORKS ARE ON THE BACK STREETS!


Coral Gables

Coral Gables is a planned city heavy on Spanish Mediterranean architecture. Sites include: Venetian Pool, the Biltmore Hotel, Sunset Circle, multiple manatee sites, merrick House, Miracle Mile. A little extra time and off the beaten path lie the spectacular trio: Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Matheson Hammock Park and Pinewood Cemetery. Another option is the 8 international villages spread throughout Coral Gables.

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Little Havana & Calle Ocho

I don’t include Little Havana / Calle Ocho on my tour. My five neighborhoods are better. My kid goes to school in Little Havana. Cubans left decades ago, and nobody comes to Miami to see “Catrochos” from Honduras. Churches are all evangelical today, a sign Central Americans have taken over. So I don’t go to Little Havana unless you insist… plus I don’t need the commission from the cigar factories. I much prefer a referral.

For me, the highlight of that area is the architecture of Miami High. Like a spanish fort! I also know the cutest homes in the Grove Park and Riverside neighborhoods, but it takes time.

There is a lady that does culinary tours of Calle Ocho. Lots of guests asked to be dropped off for her tour. She is easy to find and has a good reputation.

Downtown & Brickell

Downtown / Brickell area is where old Miami and new Miami collide. The Miami Circle dating back 2500 years surrounded by ultra chic modern skyscrapers and this spectacular tribute to Native Americans by designer Philipe Starck.

Miami was a village of 3-5000 inhabitants when the Spanish arrived in 1549. Now the third largest skyline in the US.

Pictured here is the Perez Art Museum, a great place to end a city tour with spectacular architecture, great food, an occasional dolphin swimming by and a great art exhibit.

Coconut Grove and the Key Biscayne Bridge

Every native’s favorite part of Miami! Sites include Viscaya, Madonna and Stallone’s houses, Peacock Park, Christmas Park, Barnacle State Park, Plymouth Congregational, El Jardin, Charles Avenue, Grove Cemetery and many Black Grove sites. My two favorite alternative stops lie in this area, the Key Biscayne Lighthouse and Kampong Gardens, both with tricky hours to find open. But well worth the extra effort.

Miami’s 5 Most Scenic and Historic Neighborhoods.

• South Beach 

• Wynwood / Design District

 • Downtown / Brickell 

• Coral Gables 

• Coconut Grove / Key Biscayne Bridge


More Cool Stops

  • De la Cruz Art Collection (FREE)  One Of The Most Attractive Best Stops
  • Coral Gables Museum stop  $8 per person
  • Grove Park and Spring Garden 
  • 8 villages of Coral Gables. 
  • Fairchild Gardens and Matheson Hammock 
  • Coral Castle
  • Calle Ocho/Little Havana

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End Your Tour At These Awesome Sites

  • Perez Museum with guided tour $10 each
  • Biscayne Bay boat ride  $10 each
  • History Miami museum  $8 each
  • Lincoln Road  Free
  • Smith and Wollensky for sunset Free
  • Citi Centre free

Customize Your City Tour with These Stops (Must Be Prompt)*

  • Wynwood guided tour free
  • Key Biscayne Lighthouse w guided tour.   Maybe my best stop
  • Kampong Gardens   $15 per person  (temp closed but also one of best stops)
  • Barnacle State Park guided tour
  • Deering estate (on our archaeology tour)
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