My friends and I went to this place just to design it. It's clean and tidy. We like to see what they have in the store. It's extraordinarily expensive, but it's interesting to watch. I took a beautiful sunset picture from the top of the hill. There was a beautiful mural on the wall with birds on it. Of course, you can also shop here.
On a 38-acre tropical paradise with spectacular skyline views, lies a South Florida attraction like no other. Welcome to Miami Seaquarium®, where conservation and education go hand in hand, sea lions delight children of all age, and endangered sea turtles and manatees find a safe haven. Enjoy a world-class marine-life entertainment park with a variety of fun things to do in Miami, South Florida. From eight different marine animal shows, astonishing daily presentations, and a variety of educational tidbits along the way, Miami Seaquarium® is a place of inspiration, education - and fun!
Explore Miami’s burgeoning arts scene on this guided, 4-hour tour. Visit Midtown Miami, the Miami Design District and the Wynwood Art District, stopping at several major galleries and museums to peruse the collections of modern and contemporary art. See everything from photography and sculpture to graffiti and street art and more. Learn about Miami’s arts culture and history from an expert art curator guide, then enjoy a 3-course gourmet lunch or dinner at a local celebrity chef restaurant. Entrance fees, lunch and shuttle transportation included.
The Miami Design District is a creative neighborhood and shopping destination dedicated to innovative fashion, design, art, architecture and dining. Filled with art galleries, high-end furniture, fashion, and jewelry stores as well as several fine dining restaurants. But my favorite are the featured Event Venues such as the Moore Building or the Garden Building which features a rooftop garden that provides a beautiful backdrop for any event.
The Design District is a high fashion paradise, in one of the up-and-coming neighborhoods of Miami. Historically, there were local design shops and furniture stores. Some of the mom-and-pops still remain, but a whole new class of couture has moved in. Marni, Prada, Cartier and Hermes all have an outpost here, and the soon to be completed renovations plan to house even more. I love going even if its just to window shop.
Historically, the Design District was the place to go for design showplaces, but it has recently been given a new facelift as a luxury walking mall. Visit interesting outdoor spaces, stores such as Vuitton, Rolex, Tom Ford, Hermes and Givenchy, and trendy, delicious restaurants. You can still find great design stores as well. It is next to Little Haiti, Midtown and the Wynwood Art District for further exploration.
This an area of Miami you can't miss. It's hard to appreciate it at first bc it used to be a run-down and dangerous sector, but now modern cuisine and top interior designers have taken over the warehouses and abandoned lots and have filled it with what has now become an urban setting full of art, food, and a great night life. You just have to scour around a bit to know exactly where to go!
For all you want to be designers and artist, this up and coming neighborhood is the new Lincoln Road...You will find an exciting array of great art galleries and designer stores as well as great little restaurants. This is my new fav neighborhood for all fun things. I should also note...its only a 7min cab/car ride from my place ;)
View from hotel-roof swim pool. Design District (DD) is a must-see for all sorts of reasons, such as history of Miami Bch, art and architecture buffs, local culture, etc. Visit Tourist Ctr at Ocean Dr & 10th St to book tours of Art Deco District & other areas, get info, souvenir shop, etc.