Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this has been a popular swimming spot since the 1920s. It is the largest freshwater pool in the U.S.
This amazing garden is dedicated to explaining and conserving the world of tropical plants. It has the world’s greatest living collection of palms, and works constantly to teach children and other visitors about these plants.
This National Historic Landmark is the centerpiece of Coral Gables, and began as a popular destination for celebrities as well as royalty. Even if you don't stay at The Biltmore, you should at least pay it a visit, or even go to the spa or golf course. Read more about the History and Mystery of the Biltmore.
Take a tour of the childhood home of George Merrick, who founded and developed The City Beautiful. Includes a museum about the history of the Merrick family, and South Florida.
The Lowe Art Museum is located on the campus of the University of Miami. Its collection features diverse art spanning 5,000 years of art history.
A pretty park with a marina, nature trails, and a man-made beach. You can also dine at the Red Fish Grill, where a scene from "There's Something About Mary" was filmed.
World-class Golf Courses
There are also several good places to go shopping in the Gables, including Miracle Mile and the Village of Merrick Park.
If you'd like to stay in this neighborhood, there are great hotel options for all budgets in our Coral Gables Hotels Guide.