Miami's Hidden Gems: Discovering the City's Best-Kept Secrets

By Neha

April 27, 2023

Neptune Memorial Reef | Key Biscayne, Florida The Neptune Memorial Reef is an underwater columbarium and the world's largest man-made reef at a depth of 40 feet.

The Cloisters of the Ancient Spanish Monastery | North Miami Beach, Florida St Bernard de Clairvaux Episcopal Church is well known as one of the oldest European buildings in the Western Hemisphere.

Pegasus and Dragon | Hallandale Beach, Florida Pegasus and Dragon is a 110-foot tall statue of Pegasus defeating a dragon in Gulfstream Park and the third-tallest statue in the United States.

Cape Florida Lighthouse | Key Biscayne, Florida Cape Florida Lighthouse is located within a historic park and is the oldest standing structure in Miami.

ValuJet Flight 592 Memorial | Miami, Florida ValuJet Flight 592 Memorial is in memory of the 110 victims of ValuJet Flight 592 that crashed in the Everglades.

Miami Showmen's Association Rest| North Miami Beach, Florida Miami Showmen's Association Rest is a sunny plot, dominated by enormous statues of elephants and lions beautifully carved by stones.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Miami, Florida The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens well known as Villa Vizcaya, is the former villa and estate of James Deering developed to preserve native tropical forests.

Crandon Park Zoo Ruins | Key Biscayne, Florida Crandon Park Zoo is a corner of a South Florida beach where animals were once confined but now it's overrun with wildlife and nature.

Ferdinand Magellan Presidential Railcar | Key Miami, Florida The Ferdinand Magellan is a former Pullman Company observation car that served as Presidential Rail Car, U.S.