Get to Know Downtown Miami & Brickell
Viernes Culturales / Cultural Fridays
A monthly showcase of artists, sculptors, and musicians, plus walking tours of Little Havana.
Miami Book Fair International
This huge literary event and street fair in Miami is a must-see for book lovers of all ages.
Carnaval Miami & Calle Ocho
The largest Hispanic festival in the nation with a variety of events including contests, tournaments, art and jazz performances and the biggest street party of them all - Calle Ocho.
Bayside is a bona-fide Miami attraction as well as a popular shopping spot.
Learn about South Florida and Caribbean history at this lovely museum in Downtown Miami.
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
A world-class, state-of-the-art performing arts center located in Downtown Miami. They feature a vast array of music and theatre performances.
Best Live Music Venues in Downtown Miami
Sometimes you want to go out for more than just drinks and dancing. Luckily, Miami has some awesome live music venues, including these located in Downtown Miami.
Best Bars in Downtown Miami
These Downtown Miami bars and lounges are great alternatives to the SoBe bar scene.
Island Queen Cruises
Offering popular Sightseeing Cruises, Dance Cruises, Speedboat Rides, Gondola Tours, and Sport Yacht Charters.
Target GlobalBeat Second Saturdays
A fantastic and FREE monthly musical and cultural gathering for kids - at Carnival Center in Downtown Miami.
Downtown Miami Waterfront Walking Tour
This walking tour takes you on a waterfront journey through Bayfront Park, Bayside Marketplace, Pier 5 and the Freedom Tower.
Downtown Miami: A Virtual Tour
Learn all about Downtown Miami with this virtual tour of its major landmarks.
Little Havana: An Introduction to Calle Ocho
This Cuban-American neighborhood is best known for it's raucous Calle Ocho Festival that takes place every March, but there is much to see, do and eat here all year long.
Downtown Miami Nightclubs
Downtown Miami is not the nightlife hotspot that South Beach is, but it has good clubs for those who want to avoid the SoBe attitude.
History of the Miami Circle
One of only 5 National Historic Landmarks in Miami, the Miami Circle is an important archaeological treasure that provides insight into the lives of Tequesta Indians who built it nearly 2,000 years ago.
History of Olympia Theater at Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
Learn about the history of this beautiful Downtown Miami theater, which started out at a silent movie palace in the 1920s and is still active and vibrant today.