Things To Do In Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove Florida

Barnacle Historic State Park
A pristine bay-front manse sandwiched between cramped luxury developments, Barnacle is Miami’s oldest house still standing on its original foundation.

The Kampong
With nearly 11 acres of exquisite, flamboyant flowering trees and fruits, this former home and garden of horticulturist Dr. David Fairchild is one of five gardens administered by the Hawaii-based National Tropical Botanical Garden.

Miami Museum of Science and Planetarium
This small fun museum is chock-full of hands-on sound, gravity, and electricity displays for children and adults alike. For animal lovers, its wildlife center houses native Florida snakes, turtles, tortoises, and birds of prey.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Once comprising 180 acres, this National Historic Landmark now occupies a 30-acre tract that includes a rockland hammock (native forest) and more than 10 acres of formal gardens with fountains overlooking Biscayne Bay. The house, open to the public, contains 70 rooms, 34 of which are filled with paintings, sculpture, antique furniture, and other fine and decorative arts.

Be sure to also stop by Cecilia Gonzales Jewelry and have a look at our beautiful handmade jewelry. We are located at 3339 Virginia St. #106
Coconut Grove, FL 33133.

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