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Established over 75 years ago, this downtown synagogue was the first Reform congregation founded in south Florida. Recently renovated, the stately and beautiful building symbolizes the reverence and historical importance the temple holds for the community at large, as well for the large and growing congregation itself. The temple provides adult education, an early childhood development center, religion classes, special events, a Judaic gift shop, and live radio broadcasts on WAXY 790-AM and WJNA 1230-AM.
Located in the Allapattah neighborhood, not very far from the famous Wynwood Arts District, the Rubell Museum is home to an exhaustive art collection of 7,200 artworks all owned by art collectors Don and Mera Rubell. The museum is set up in former industrial buildings which have been revamped to accommodate art galleries, restaurants, rental facilities for private events, a library and a bookstore. A must-visit for art lovers, this new avatar of the Rubell Museum will leave you impressed.
Identifiable through its unique facade, Time Out in Miami Beach opened its doors to the public in 2018. The restaurants, bars, music venue and shops within this structure is regarded as some of the city's best. The food hall that spreads over 17,000 square feet is a major attraction here. It consists of a demo cooking area, seventeen kitchens and three bars.
If you are visiting Miami and happen to be around the Venetian causeway, walk in to Margaret Pace Park to get a panoramic view of the city. This park has a number of people doing different things like jogging, playing basketball, tennis and soccer on the nice green fields. The park is also rented out for events and private functions. The Orange Bowl Fan Fest 2007 was held here with the numerous Louisville and Wake Forest football fans in attendance.
This historic cemetery has been around since 1887 with its first reported burial being ten years later, making it the oldest cemetery in the entire Miami-Dade County. The cemetery grounds were originally separated; one part for whites and one for blacks. Cemetery plot owners actually hold deeds to the land of their plot, but only the deed holder or his/her family is allowed to be buried there. Many of Miami's founders and prominent figures are buried at the cemetery, including Julia Tuttle, the "Mother of Miami."
One of the biggest casinos in the city, Casino Miami Jai-Alai is just the place to cash in some of your good luck. The sprawling site is home to vast number of gaming and gambling options, that are certain to light the eyes up of any thrill-seeker. From poker, blackjack and other card games, to slots and roulette, there's more than one way to try your hand at the ultimate prize at this casino. The casino also features a sizable concert and entertainment venue, where one can catch some of the hottest live bands, comedy shows and other exciting performances.