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Glenn H. Curtiss Mansion and Gardens, the home of the pioneer of aviation industry has been revived. This classic house with a Pueblo Revival designing style offers splendid view of the waterfront. After the sudden death of its owner, it changed several hands and was a hotel, later it suffered huge damages owing to fires and vandalism. The refurbished mansion now is a flourishing event venue that hosts private events and functions. For booking the venue and other details, please check website.
Grapeland Water Park provides hours and hours of splashing fun in the sun for the whole family. With all kinds of different sized and themed pools with various play structures attached, those who want more activity than simply sunbathing and soaking are in luck. Grapeland also has a lazy river feature so you can float along. If you find yourself getting peckish after all that splashing around the park offers food and other concessions. The park also offers swimming lessons and runs a swim team.
What used to be a row of abandoned warehouses were redesigned by Ofer Mizrahi to form a hub for art, culture, events and shopping. Miami Ironside is an art district which has 65 showrooms for designers, architecture firms, restaurants, cafes, creative services, rental event spaces, art galleries and a public piazza where everyone can mingle. The district is host to a plethora of cultural events be it art shows or festivals. Of these, the Campus Collective, which is a block party throwing open the whole district for a night of fun and revelry, is one of the most popular.
Douglas Entrance is located at Coral Gables, Florida. It is also known as La Puerta del Sol. It was built in 1924 by architect Phineas Paist. It punctuates the crossroad of Douglas Road and Tamiami Trail. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 22, 1972.
The Miami Design District is one of Miami's best known neighborhoods. The district is replete with all kinds of modern and innovative art galleries, restaurants, cafes, bars and more. In addition to these local establishments, the district is also known for its collection of luxury brand boutiques like Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Christian Louboutin. For a truly luxurious and interesting Miami experience, don't miss a visit to the Miami Design District.
If you thought sophisticated automatic weapons were confined only to the military and police, Lock & Load Miami is set to change that. This fantastic facility gives you an adrenaline-charged experience of shooting real-world automatic firearms that you might have hitherto only seen in video games. Take your pick from an extensive range of firearms, from hi-tech handguns to fully automatic machine guns. Seasoned experts are at hand to guide you through the adventure irrespective of whether or not you have any experience of shooting. Themed packages will help you narrow down your kind of experience. Check website for more.
Little Havana is a well known Miami landmark. The neighborhood started being known as Little Havana in the 1960s when a large number of Cuban immigrants began to call the area home. Calle Ocho is probably the best known part of Little Havana, being a hub of the neighborhood's culture. In addition to Calle Ocho, Little Havana houses many different attractions and points of interest including the Walk of Fame honoring Cubans like Celia Cruz and Gloria Estefan, the Tower Theater and several different parks and historic buildings. For a taste of true Miami flavor, a stop in Little Havana is obligatory.