It's So Miami

When you aren't in committee, check out these sights that are just so Miami.

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Miami's famed Art and Design District makes for the perfect Instagram shot, with ever changing murals throughout the streets making the perfect backdrop. Artists make their mark on the streets and encourage locals and tourists alike to roam through the eclectic galleries day and night. Wynwood is also known for its hipster brunch spots and indoor-outdoor nightlife spots.



Brickell is Miami's up and coming metropolitan hub. Lined with skyscrapers and making up the Miami skyline, Brickell is known for its incredible views, hundreds of brunch and happy hour restaurants, and boujee yet accessible nightlife. 


Downtown Miami

Downtown holds some of the city's most contemporary features, including the Perez Art Museum Miami, the Frost Science Museum, the American Airlines Arena, home to the Miami Heat, Bayfront Park, and Bayside Marketplace, all located oceanside.

Little Havana

A little piece of Cuba lives in Miami on Calle Ocho, where you can learn to play dominos in Domino Park, walk into humidors, experience the best cafecito in your life. Drop by Cafe Versailles before 2 am for Cuban food you'll want all weekend. 

Miami Beach

You wouldn't be visiting Miami without a trip to Miami Beach. Enjoy a morning before committee on the beach in October, and if beaches aren't your thing, make your way over to Lincoln Road or Collins Avenue for food, music, and some souvenir shopping.