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  • Experience lush gardens and be immersed in the fascinating history of Vizcaya Museum & Gardens. Formerly the estate of James Deering, an agricultural technology executive, antiquities collector, and, in the early 1900s, one of the wealthiest people in the United States, Vizcaya is a paragon of Miami's Mediterranean Revival style. While the interior is filled to the brim with Renaissance furniture, paintings, and other decorative pieces, the Edenlike gardens outside are equally impressive. Inspired by the formal Italian gardens of the 1600s and 1700s, the manicured spaces are also effortlessly adapted to Florida's subtropical climate, with Cuban limestone paths, coral elements, and native plants that thrive in the state's ecosystem.

  • Visit some of Miami Beach's most iconic buildings and learn the stories behind them during an Art Deco walking tour. Offered through the Miami Design Preservation League, these guided architectural adventures provide a crash course on the eye-catching Art Deco, Mediterranean Revival, and Miami Modern design styles that are emblematic of the Miami Beach Architectural District and the greater Art Deco Historic District. The Miami Beach Architectural District, in particular, is a true design marvel with more than 900 Art Deco-style buildings to its name, making it the most extensive collection of the structures in the world. From candy-colored hotels to Easter-egg-hued restaurants, this 90-minute to two-hour tour explores some of the best that the area has to offer.

  • Hop in an airboat for a thrilling journey through Everglades National Park. Recognized as an International Biosphere Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Everglades National Park is a place of superlatives, among them the largest designated wilderness east of the Mississippi River, the largest mangrove ecosystem in the western hemisphere, and the most significant breeding ground in North America for tropical wading birds. This rich ecosystem is also home to thirteen endangered and ten threatened species, such as the manatee and the American crocodile, some of which can be seen during a heart-pounding airboat tour.

  • See the city in style during a private chauffered tour in a classic car. With salty ocean air whipping past and the invaluable insight of a local guide, these unique city tours are sure to leave guests feeling like VIPs. Each private tour takes to the streets in a vintage convertible from the 1950s or 1960s, making for a truly unique way to experience Miami. Several routes are available to choose from, ranging from only one or two hours to a full half day, and cultural and historical commentary are included throughout. If desired, tour stops are recommended to allow time for deeper exploration.

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