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Zoo Miami
12400 SW 152nd St, Miami
(305) 251-0400
www.zoomiami.org

Seaquarium
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami
(305) 361-5705
www.miamiseaquarium.com

Jungle Island
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail Miami
(305) 400-7000
www.jungleisland.com

Space Transit Planetarium
3280 South Miami Avenue Miami
(305) 646-4200
www.miamisci.org

Airboat in Everglades
17696 SW 8 St, Miami
(888) 893-4443
www.airboatineverglades.com

Vizcaya Museum
3251 South Miami Avenue Miami
(305) 250-9133
www.vizcayamuseumshop.com

Miami Art Museum
101 West Flagler Street Miami
(305) 375-3000
www.miamiartmuseum.org

Gold Coast Railroad Museum
12450 S.W. 152nd Street, Miami
(305) 253 0063
www.gcrm.org

CoCo Walk
3015 Grand Ave # 118 Coconut Grove
(305) 444-0777
www.cocowalk.net

The Freedom Tower
600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(305) 237-7700
http://www.mdc.edu/ags/freedom_tower

Jules' Undersea Lodge
at Key Largo Undersea Park

51 Shoreland Drive Key Largo
(305) 451-2353
www.jul.com

Monkey Jungle
14805 Southwest 216th St. Miami
(305) 235 4253
www.monkeyjungle.com

Venetian Pool
www.coralgables.com

2701 De Soto Boulevard  - Coral Gables, Florida
(305) 460-5306
Originally a rock quarry, the Venetian Pool is situated in a residential area of Coral Gables. Used as a source of coral rock for construction during the early years of Coral Gables, the quarry was later turned into a public pool. Coral Gables Corporation architect Phineas E. Paist and artistic advisor Denman Fink designed a pool inspired by the lagoons of Venice. The Venetian Pool was completed in 1924. The pool is surrounded by several Spanish style buildings, a garden patio and a grotto. The grotto is carved from the coral rock of the quarry walls with waterfalls, a cave and a rock diving platform. Spanning one section of the pool is a Venetian style bridge leading to an artificial island with large palm trees. The terra cotta roof tiles, observation towers and loggias of the pool's buildings continue a tradition of Mediterranean-inspired design found throughout Coral Gables.


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