Greater Miami’s Heritage wonders are found in all corners of the destination. Learn more and become an expert on the stories, sights and sounds of our special Heritage neighborhoods.
Homestead’s rich history dates back to the arrival of Henry Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railway in 1904.
Miami’s oldest community, Coconut Grove offers a rich history of a sea-loving people and a tropical village.
Historic Lummus Park was a popular destination for residents and visitors in an earlier era.
Today’s Spring Garden Historic District became known when a popular tourist attraction, “Alligator Joe’s” opened in the late 1890s.
The visionary developer George Merrick drew up plans for his near-utopian City of Coral Gables.
Built in 1896, Overtown grew and developed into a vibrant Miami community anchored by churches, retail and entertainment establishments.
Liberty City is on the verge of economic revival and these 15 historic sites are a testament to the community's rich heritage.
Opa-locka has one of the largest collections of Moorish Revival architecture in America.
In Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, there's a vibrant Hispanic culture, including colorful storefronts, unique art galleries and quaint restaurants.
This culturally vibrant Haitian community has enriched Miami-Dade’s multi-ethnic character.
Explore the wide open spaces of the naturally beautiful Florida Everglades.
Downtown Miami has a unique history of growth and its future prospects are filled with glorious possibilities.
In 2015, Miami Beach, is celebrating a milestone birthday.
Experience the diversity of Greater Miami and Beaches’ many popular areas.
Explore Downtown Miami and experience arts & culture, fine dining & exciting nightlife.
Exceptional golf, shopping, and residential community.
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Beach paradise and a delicious melting pot.
Historic Mediterranean beauty, fine boutiques, dining.
Laid back, quirky, bohemian waterfront village.
Mellow vibe, wide-open beaches, MiMo architecture.
Haitian and indie-music culture, galleries, performances.
Soulful and vibrant, with a Broadway history.
Relaxing beaches, golf, tennis, luxury views.
The airport area’s growing corporate business community is located right next to MIA.
Ultra-hip clubs, Art Deco architecture, people-watching.
World famous murals, arts and nightlife district.
Cuban cuisine, domino games, even hand-rolled cigars.
Art galleries, showrooms, and designer shopping mecca.
Luxury shopping, spectacular beaches, five-star resorts.
Enjoy family fun with nature, clean air and water, healthy outdoor activities, eco and agricultural experiences.
Exceptional shopping, dining, and residential living.