Fall In Miami
Experience the beauty of autumn in Miami, Florida. Fall in Miami brings cooler weather and less humidity. Experience this wonderful city with highs in the 70s and 80s. Also, enjoy shorter lines and easier admission to some of the top attractions, as crowds generally thin out during this time of year. Before you head to Miami, look at some quick facts about the city:
- Population. Miami, nicknamed the Magic City, The Gateway to the Americas, and the Capital of Latin America, is home to over 450,000 residents.
- Transportation. To travel by air, the Miami International Airport is the main airport in the city. Secondary airports include Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Palm Beach International Airport.
- Tourism. Miami is a major center for finance, entertainment, culture, media, and the arts. Tourism is a very successful industry in the city, as Miami brings in national and international visitors traveling to explore the city itself or embark on a cruise.
Whether you are looking for things to do in Maimi at night or things to fill your day, there is something for everyone in Miami in the fall. For the beach goer, the beautiful coastline surrounds you. For the families or people looking for an adventure, the Miami Seaquarium and Zoo Miami host special fall events. Go on the Miami Art Deco Walking Tour to get a taste of culture or visit Coral Gables Food Wine and Spirits to enjoy a beverage.
Fall at this aquarium means it is time for the Monster Splash Halloween Bash. At the end of October, enjoy Halloween shows, Flipper’s dance party, trick-or-treating, scarecrow creations, pumpkin patches, and rides and inflatables. At the aquarium, swim with seals or dolphins, enter the penguin’s environment, or experience diving into a 300,000-gallon tropical reef. Watch dolphin, sea lion, and killer whale shows. Visit the touch pools to feel underwater animals or Tortuga flats to learn about endangered sea turtles. And finally, end your day at Sharky’s Sky Trail for an aerial obstacle course challenge that is fun for the entire family!
Miami Art Deco Walking Tour
For the hipsters enjoying the modern scene, venture on to the 1.5 to 2-hour walking tour before hitting a sports bar in downtown Miami such as American Social. This self-guided tour introduces you to the Art Deco, Mediterranean Revival, and Miami Modern (MiMO) styles in the Miami Beach Architectural Historic District. Some places you will visit include the Art Deco Welcome Center, Park Central Hotel, Essex House, The Villa Casa Casuarina, The Leslie, Loews Hotel, Delano, and many more.
Rent a Safari Cycle so your entire family can enjoy the Zoo Miami in a unique way or glide along the Amazon & Beyond Lake in a swan or duck boat. Enjoy a special treat during the fall with the Zoo Lights Miami that runs November 23 – December 29. See the zoo in thousands of lights and dress up for the theme weekends. During a typical day, the zoo offers feedings, shows, rides, kid zones, special tours, and character meet and greets. Experience various mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. The zoo has something for you to enjoy.
Coral Gables Food Wine & Spirits Week and Festival
This festival takes place in the first week of November. At the event, sample over 200 beverage brands. Also enjoy unlimited samples of incredible food, craft beer and spirits, and fine wine from more than 20 restaurants. Engage in the environment of music, seminars, and demos. Plan to make it to this fun week.
Miami is full of fun year-round, and especially in the fall. Coral Gables Wine Festival and the Art Deco Walking Tour are great ways to appreciate the comfortable fall weather. The Zoo Miami and the Miami Seaquarium provide entertainment all day and into the night. While you are in Miami, visit American Social as the city is one of their three locations.