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Get to Know Southern Miami & Homestead

The Southwestern part of Miami is vast and mostly residential. It includes South Miami, Pinecrest, and Kendall and Homestead.
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Cauley Square Historic Village
This historic village and shopping spot offers a glimpse of Old South Florida.

Coral Castle
This bizarre monument consists of coral sculptures built by a man out of an obsessed, unrequited love.

Wolfe's Wine Shoppe
This well-regarded shop offers fine wines, expert advice, tastings, classes, and more.

Fruit & Spice Park
The only tropical botanical garden of its kind in the U.S., this 35-acre park hosts over 500 varieties of fruits, vegetables, spices, herbs, nuts and plants.

Everglades Alligator Farm
Take an airboat ride in this home of over 2,000 alligators.

Monkey Jungle
Where humans are caged and monkeys run wild!

Biscayne National Park
While enjoying the natural parks in Miami, don't forget about the one located under water!

Deering Estate at Cutler
Peek into Miami’s past when you visit this estate built by Charles Deering in 1916. Walking tours and canoe tours are offered.

Everglades National Park
An essential destination for any nature-lovers visiting Miami.

Gator Park Airboat Tours
A fun place to see alligator wrestling, hold a baby gator, and take an airboat ride through Everglades National Park.

Gold Coast Railroad Museum
A delight for train lovers both young and not-so-young.

Miami Metrozoo
One of the best zoos in the world, with over 1,200 animals living in free-range environments.

Miami-Dade County Fair and Exposition
One of the biggest delights for kids in Miami is experienced every March when the “The Fair” comes to town.

Pinecrest Gardens
Located on the former site of Parrot Jungle, this park is a delightful respite for many local families and visitors as well.

Southern Miami Restaurants
Find out where to eat in South Miami, Kendall, and Homestead.

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