Miami is a top tourist destination in South Florida and thanks to its abundance of sunshine, bountiful beaches and gorgeous scenery, millions of people flock to Miami every single year to soak up its goodness.
Planning a trip to Miami can be a tricky task if you’ve never been to America before and are a little overwhelmed by the prospect of all the different activities available.
Thankfully, we’ve put together the list below that outlines the 10 best free attractions in Miami, as well as the top paid attractions in Miami too!
Without a doubt one of the best free attractions in Miami, the Wynwood district and Wynwood Street Art is one of the best areas in the city.
It’s a great place to visit in Miami, regardless of the type of traveller you are.
Backpackers are sure to love the hipster bars and boutique stores, whereas families can enjoy visiting the vast outdoor museum that showcases the work of some of the best street artists in the...
Bayfront Park is a picturesque public park spanning across a modest 32-acres.
It overlooks Biscayne Bay and provides both locals and visitors with the opportunity to take in the spectacular seafront views as you enjoy various free activities.
Take part in a daily yoga class at the Tiny Hills Pavilion; completely free of charge!
If organised exercise isn’t really your thing, then you can still enjoy the delights of...
South Beach is undoubtedly one of the most relaxing, beautiful and sought-after places to visit in Miami.
Known for its gorgeous beaches, stunning views of the city skyline and a huge park that offers plenty of space for the kids to run around, South Beach and South Pointe Park are well worth adding to your Miami bucket list.
There’s also a playground that offers a water fountain and a dog park, so you can get your daily...
For a true taste of Cuban life, Little Havana is a fantastic neighbourhood to spend some time in while visiting Miami.
You can visit the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame which is Miami’s version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame and focuses on Latin American celebrities instead.
Little Havana is a great place to tuck into some delicious food, but if you’re looking to travel on a budget, then simply just seeing the sights is a...
Located within the South Beach area, the Art Deco District is not only one of the best free attractions in Miami, but it’s also the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world.
If interesting architecture is your thing, then you’re sure to enjoy a leisurely stroll through the Art Deco District.
There are numerous streets lined with stunning pastel coloured buildings that make for a beatific Instagram...
We mentioned South Pointe Park above in our recommendation of South Beach, but we feel that it deserves a place on the list of the best free attractions in Miami all to itself.
South Pointe Park was donated in 1979 by the Federal Government and ever since it’s proven to be a wonderful place to hang out while in Miami.
Locals and tourists flock to South Pointe Park on a daily basis to enjoy a picnic, a leisurely walk...