Summer is over; kids are back in school and now is the time to start planning activities for the next couple of months. There is plenty to do in Miami in the fall so today´s article will be about what’s coming up.
To commemorate Christopher Columbus’s voyage in 1492, hundreds of sailing boats race around Biscayne Bay, off Coconut Grove, Saturday and Sunday mornings. A rowdy sandbar party off Elliott Key concludes the weekend.
Miami Seaquarium will be taken over by ghosts and goblins when the popular Monster Splash Halloween Bash returns Friday – Sunday October 26, 27 & 28th With Halloween activities from 11 am to 4pm.
Even if you´re not into Halloween, you can discover South Florida’s best aquarium and favorite visitor attraction. Enjoy amazing marine mammal shows with dolphins and sea lions that delight children of all ages. See world-class sea life exhibits with manatees, sea turtles, penguins, rays and more. Learn about wildlife rescue and marine animal care at the Conservation Outpost. Plus, there is no greater thrill than getting in the water with the friendly, intelligent and graceful dolphins at Dolphin Harbor, the best dolphin experience in Miami!
Welcome to Miami’s version of Octoberfest! This activity is more adult-oriented but there are sure to be non-alcoholic options. This Coconut Grove celebration will certainly not be short on beer either. Thousands file into the sprawling Peacock Park to sample a small army of local beers, eat plenty of salty food and engage in a bit of Miami-style day-drinking. Prost!
Check out the sights from this cruise! Biscayne Bay, Star Island, South Beach, Millionaire’s Row, Celebrity Homes, Flagler Monument, Fisher Island, Jungle Island, Brickell District and the Miami Skyline.
The cruise leaves from Bayside Marketplace, located at 401 Biscayne Blvd.
What’s included: A 90-minute cruise (a $31 value!), Free drink (a $6 value!) and a narrated tour about the islands & celebrity homes
“Miami Carnival is like the cultural Super Bowl of Miami’s Caribbean community,” said Marlon Hill, General Counsel for the Miami Broward One Carnival committee.
The Carnival festival in Miami includes a street fair and parade organized by people with Caribbean roots, with a strong influence from Trinidad and Tobago, the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, Antigua, Jamaica, and Barbados.
This is a great activity for the whole family. Buying your own kite is fine but building one is something everyone can do. This is something which combines engineering and artistic ability. You can always add a touch of personality to the kites by adding a photo or even a family crest. Have fun with it! Hundreds of kites will take the skies at Haulover Park, with demonstrations, competitions, bounce houses, face painters, DJs, games, and more.
Miami Spice is a mouth-watering restaurant promotion showcasing the very best of Miami cuisine. Participating restaurants offer three-course meals featuring signature dishes created by world-renowned chefs at reduced prices: Lunch/Brunch $23 and Dinner $39.
There is no membership or sign-up required to enjoy Miami Spice. Simply visit the individual webpage of the restaurant you want to visit and make sure to check the days of the week that the restaurant offers Miami Spice lunch/brunch or dinner. Reservations are strongly recommended. For questions or comments regarding Miami Spice, please contact MiamiSpice@gmcvb.com.
“During eight days each November hundreds of authors and thousands of readers converge on Downtown Miami for the nation’s premier literary festival. And when that’s over, we keep it going, month in, month out”.
There are even writing workshops.
For more information, you can call Property ACES at (305) 985-2237 and get started with the next stage of your life.