MICHELIN Travel Discover the world
Home > > > > > > Tourist attractions

Modify the search

Tourist attractions

Green Guide Stars

Green Guide Stars




Star rating

Tourist attractions Miami Beach

Enlarge map

Sort by :

  • distance
  • rating
  • 1 Art Deco Historic District Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this enclave of small-scale Art Deco hotels and apartment houses dating from the late 1920s to the early 40s amounts to the largest concentration of architecture of its kind in the world. Art Deco u..

  • 2 The Wolfsonian-FIU Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    1001 Washington Ave.

    The former Washington Storage Company building (1927, Robertson and Patterson) is distinguished by an elaborate gold-colored Moorish relief facade of cast concrete. Owned and operated by Florida International University, the building now houses a mus..

  • 3 Ocean Drive Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Along this lively north-south boulevard bordering the Atlantic Ocean beats the heart of the SoBe scene. Locals and tourists lunch at shaded sidewalk cafes, while scantily clad youths streak by on in-line skates; nightfall brings revelers to some of M..

  • 4 Holocaust Memorial Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1933-1945 Meridian Ave.

    Set in and around a tranquil lily pond, this memorial (dedicated in 1990) leads visitors through a circular plaza of pale pink Jerusalem stone designed as a series of outdoor passages. Names inscribed on the walls are reminder of lives lost to the Na..

  • 5 Collins Avenue Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Collins Avenue

    One of the main traffic arteries in Miami Beach, Collins Avenue boasts such lauded 1940s Art Deco hotels as the National (no. 1677), the Delano (no. 1685) and the Ritz Plaza (no. 1701), with their squared, stepped-back facades and quirky central towe..

  • 6 Bass Museum of Art Interesting

    Museums and art

    2100 Park Ave.

    This landmark 1930 Art Deco structure gains its name from New York entrepreneur and philanthropist John Bass, who donated his art collection to the city of Miami Beach. The permanent collection includes European holdings particularly rich in religiou..

  • 7 Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1700 Washington Ave.

    This confection of peach-colored concrete and glass block was remodeled by Morris Lapidus in 1976, and originally hosted comedian Jackie Gleason's popular television series from 1964 to 1970. The 3,000-seat theater now stages Broadway shows and balle..

  • 8 Sanford L. Ziff Jewish Museum of Florida

    Museums and art

    301 Washington Ave.

    Housed in the restored, copper-domed Beth Jacob Orthodox Synagogue (1936, Henry Hohauser), this cultural institution opened in 1995 to display art and artifacts relating to more than 230 years of Jewish history in the Sunshine State. A 10-year study ..

  • 9 Lincoln Road Mall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Lincoln Road Mall

    This lively, lengthy pedestrian mall abounds with trendy shops, galleries and restaurants that border a central planted thoroughfare of tiled fountains and coral rock pools. Lincoln Road is the oldest commercial street on the island, laid out in 1915..

  • 10 Collins Park

    Nature and gardens

    2100 Collins Ave.

    The area around Collins Park is the site of the first lots sold by John Collins to finance his bridge project in 1912. Modernist hotels replaced older buildings in the 1930s. The futuristic tower fin on the restored Plymouth, designed by Anton Skisle..

Top of page