24 SW 4th St
Miami, FL 33130
90 SW 3rd St
Miami, FL 33130
We have year-round great weather.
We have the best restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
But best of all, when you live at One River Point, you have the best places to visit in Miami just a short walk or car ride away. Let’s explore a few of them:
Many of the pastel-colored buildings of Miami Beach are certified historic landmarks. The unique architecture and “human scale” of these edifices make them unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else in the world. These are some of the best places you can visit in Miami – and then have a leisurely lunch or dinner at nearby eateries such as News Café or Havana 1957.
The Miami Seaquarium is an amusement park that is equal parts educational and fun. With its casual family-friendly setting located right off Rickenbacker Causeway (the bridge that connects to Key Biscayne), this is one of the best places in Miami for marine-life aficionados of all ages to view sea turtles, sea lions, manatees and, of course, dolphins. You’re even invited to “train” the dolphins if you like!
Located hard against picturesque Biscayne Bay, this is one of the best places in Miami for shoppers of all ages to spend the day. An outdoor style mall with more than 150 specialty and tourist shops, as well as restaurants, cafes, live music and more, Bayside Marketplace offers a uniquely South Florida experience for all who visit.
If you’re looking for a sophisticated taste of Miami history, the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is among the best places in Miami to find it. Created more than a century ago as a winter home for James Deering, today the estate is a National Historic Landmark and accredited museum. Trust us – once you step on the grounds, you’ll never want to leave!
The home of the Miami Heat – and well as host to countless concerts and comedy shows – the AmericanAirlines Arena is one of the best places in Miami to see and be seen. This venue is a world-class facility, befitting a world-class city!
When it comes to world-class zoos, Miami takes a back seat (back paw?) to no one. With more than 2,000 wild animals housed in a cageless environment, Zoo Miami is a treat for both its visitors and the stunning creatures that inhabit it.
Bal Harbour Shops is an exquisite collection of designer boutiques and restaurants in a tropical garden setting. An internationally renowned shopping destination, it’s a favorite playground for socialites, fashionistas, and celebrities – and features such upscale, exclusive retailers as Alexander McQueen, CH Carolina Herrera, Chanel, Etro, Gucci, Stella McCartney, Oscar de la Renta, Prada, Tory Burch and Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Located in the historic Browns Hotel, the home of Miami Beach’s first hotel built in 1915, Prime 112 is a chef-driven boutique steakhouse that offers an innovative menu in a friendly, high-energy environment. From locals to visiting celebs, all agree that you haven’t eaten a steak in Miami until you’ve done so at Prime 112.
Situated just north of Downtown Miami, the Design District is an eclectic mix of more than 130 art galleries, showrooms, creative services, stores, antiques dealers, eateries and bars. It’s fun, chic, a little bohemian – and unlike anywhere else you’ll visit in Miami.
This historic pedestrian and bicycle-friendly neighborhood – which dates back to the 1800s – features multiple Bayfront parks, as well as shops, nightclubs and the utterly unique Cocowalk – a combination indoor/outdoor mall full of establishment unique to the Coconut Grove.
For more than 100 years, we can understand why no visit to Miami is complete with a stop at Joe’s Stone Crab – where patrons both anonymous and famous have been known to GLADLY wait for hours to get a table. That’s because dining on the succulent, buttery crustaceans and delectable side dishes served at this iconic restaurant is an experience that can’t be replicated anywhere else in the world.
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