"I am a passionate traveler, and from the time I was a child, travel formed me as much as my formal education"

-David Rockefeller

Miami Beach with a Toddler

"Miami Beach with a toddler?  Believe it or not, it can be fun." A great article from the Washington Post.

Miami Children's Museum

980 Macarthur Causeway. Miami, Florida 33132

(305) 373-5437

The intention for the Museum is to take the formal learning in the classroom and make the experience real and lasting. Each of the exhibits has a dominant goal and specific objectives to accomplish the goal. Each activity was developed to present specific learning materials. The learning in the exhibits have a multi-tiered meaning that children of our target age groups can explore and feel successful.

South Pointe Park

1 Washington Avenue

Miami Beach, FL 33139

This breathtaking, 17-acre park is located at southern the tip of Miami Beach—the exact point where the Atlantic Ocean meets Biscayne Bay. 


With water on every side, acres and acres of green space, a prime view of the pristine Fisher Island and ships of all kinds sailing by, the park is truly one-of-a-kind. The lawns are perfect for games with the kids, from soccer and Frisbee to baseball, while the playground and mini-water park provide for a perfect play-up/cool-down cycle. Just don’t forget swim suits and towels! The kids always decide to get wet. The ramps leading to the observation deck are excellent for wheels, and the view up there is truly unbeatable.


A beautiful path along the water is perfect for scooting or just strolling along, watching the cruise ships go by. There is a snack shack, but it is definitely more snacks (smoothies, ice cream, etc) than meals.

Everglades Boat Tour

17696 SW 8 Street Miami, FL 33194


Explore the everglades on a small airboat to see the wonders & beauty that it offers.  Ride and slide through sawgrass mangroves in less than 6 inches of water. Located in Northern America, the Everglades of Florida is home to some of the world’s most diverse animals and vegetation. The wetlands boast of shallow water bodies, great habitat and awesome scenery that helps you create memories. Having a tropical climate further aids the tourists in their endeavors. With the extent of water that is not easily navigable, a trip down the forests is quite impossible without the help of local guides and machines.

Oleta River State Park

3400 NE 163rd Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

(305) 919-1844

Sun and fun - it’s what the doctor ordered whenever you're in Miami. The city is overflowing with beachy parks for you and your family to enjoy. The largest urban park in Florida, Oleta River State Parkis located on Biscayne Bay and encompasses over 1,000 acres in the middle of North Miami. The park is best known for miles of off-road bicycling trails, ranging from novice trails to challenging trails for experienced bicyclists. 

You and your family can also canoe and kayak down the river, exploring its amazing natural beauty. There’s a nice size swimming area during the day, and convenient picnic tables and grilling areas to follow a refreshing swim. One large picnic pavilion and eight medium pavilions can be rented for a fee. The large picnic pavilion, White Ibis, has electricity in case you’re interested in having a birthday party or event. 


Other than kayaks and canoes, you can rent bicycles from BG Oleta River Outdoor Center. For overnight visits, the park has rustic, air-conditioned cabins and a youth campground for organized groups. Cabins can be reserved through ReserveAmerica or on a walk-in basis.

Miami Seaquarium

4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149
(305) 361-5705

Whether swimming deep beneath the surface or leaping high above the water, the sealife of Miami Seaquarium® will delight and astound. Take a look at all we have to offer. There's an experience for every member of the family.

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