Miami Walking Tours
Take advantage of the great weather by taking a walking tour through some of Miami’s most interesting neighborhoods!
Miami Beach Art Deco District
Start your Art Deco walking tour right from the front door of our Miami hostel on Collins Ave. With thirty blocks of restored apartments, condos and hotels, Miami Beach holds the world record for the largest surviving collection of Art Deco buildings.
The Miami Design Preservation League offers self guided and guided tours of South Beach.
NationalGeographic.com has a printable self guided walking tour available.
Take a stroll through Downtown Miami’s waterfront. This self guided tour starts at Bayfront Park and takes you by Bayside Marketplace, docks to take a chartered boat if you would like, Pier 5 (filled with local artists selling their wares), and Freedom Tower.
Historical Museum of Sothern Florida
The Historical Museum of Southern Florida offers a nice selection of walking tours (as well as boat tours). Some of the tours they offer are a Little Havana walking tour, Secrets of Coconut Grove walking tour, Matheson Hammock Eco-History walking tour and Morningside walking tour.
Ghost tours are a lot of fun, filled with spooky stories, legends and if, you’re lucky, a ghost sighting or two. Here are a few options to either freak yourself out or enjoy an entertaining walking tour.
If you have an iPhone, you can download a map of Miami as well as self-guided walking tours.
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