Although many tourists think of them as one, Miami and Miami Beach are actually two cities that have something in common. They are both hot in every way imaginable! Located well below Florida’s frost line, their climate is always tropical, and their heat extends to every part of your experience as a visitor. Hot nightlife, cuisine, entertainment, art, music and culture are the essence of Miami and Miami Beach. Credit the Cuban, Caribbean and South American influences for adding a gorgeous Latin personality and warmth to every aspect of these cities. “Muy caliente!” will be the first Spanish words you’ll learn when you ask anyone about Miami and Miami Beach.

Miami and Miami Beach extend an open invitation year-round to the LGBT visitor. You’ll want to check with The Hub – LGBT Center and The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau for the roster of hot annual LGBT parties and events, and for help with all the logistics of your visit.

In February, the Gay8 Festival is a free street fair celebrating the LGBT community in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.  In March, the venerable Winter Party Festival is a weeklong benefit reaching a crescendo with a huge and delirious Sunday dance on the beach.  In April, the OUTshine Film Festival brings you screenings of great LGBT films at several different venues. Also in April, dazzling Miami Beach Gay Pride is a fabulous spectacle for locals and visitors. In May, long-running Aqua Girl is a lively one-week benefit for the ladies. Also in May, Sizzle Miami is an all-welcoming week celebrating the LGBT community of color. In July, Out In The Tropics is an LGBT performing arts festival. In October, Celebrate Orgullo is a day of events honoring LGBT Latino heritage. In November, the legendary entertainment festival White Party Week continues to be the starring event of the year as it has been for decades.

Where will you stay? Your choices abound. Consider the comfort and convenience of a dozen Marriott hotels throughout the city and on the beach. Just off Lincoln Road, you’ll find the Hôtel Gaythering to be not just gay but gay fabulous. Similar fine choices for lodging on Miami Beach include The Alexander, the Hotel Victor, Beacon South Beach Hotel, and Design Suites.

In the evening or at tea dance, where will you count yourself among the beautiful people? Your best bets for “Livin’ la vida loca” are Score Nightclub, Twistand Palace Bar.  When you get hungry, just follow the crowd to 11thStreet Diner.  You’ll find that Miami and Miami Beach folks live up to their reputation as chic and stylish, but in a casual way. Think unbuttoned rather than buttoned down.

In Miami and Miami Beach, the art galleries, performance venues, and museums are world-class. Those who are lured by the sun and sand of sexy South Beach will also appreciate the many cultural attractions close by. will keep you up to date on all that colorful Miami and Miami Beach have to offer.

— Tony Adams


Design Suites Miami

5445 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140

This beautiful hotel is just 2 minutes walk from the beach. Located just 3 miles from South Beach, this all-suite beachfront hotel features an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi. A bay view, flat-screen cable TV, and dining area are featured in every suite at this Miami Beach Castle Beach By Design Suites Miami apartment. A beauty salon, sauna, and fitness center are offered at Castle Beach By Design Suites Miami. A breakfast is also available at this hotel.

Miami Airport Marriott

1201 NW Le Jeune Road
Miami, FL 33126

The Miami Airport Hotel offers a complimentary shuttle service to and from MIA, making arrivals and departures a breeze. Miami Airport Convention Center, Jungle Island, American Airlines Arena, Little Havana, Wynwood and more are just moments away. Settle in to your room or suite, which features plush bedding, high-speed Wi-Fi and a well-lit workspace. Upgrade to M Club Lounge access and enhance your stay with flexible spaces to work, connect and recharge while enjoying premium amenities. Additional perks for your Miami hotel stay include a sparkling outdoor pool and a fitness center; follow your workout with modern American fare at Cane Fire Grille. Those planning meetings in Miami Springs can make use of our well-designed event venues and excellent catering services. And our location near Miami International Airport enables you to explore the area with ease. Visit our website today!

Pullman Miami Airport

5800 Blue Lagoon Drive
Miami, FL 33126

The Pullman Miami Airport Hotel is a tropical paradise elegantly decorated and overlooking a peaceful blue lagoon.  For the modern-day traveler, Pullman Miami Airport is conveniently located minutes away from Miami International Airport (complimentary shuttle), the port of Miami in Downtown, South Beach and world class shopping at Dolphin Mall. Whether traveling for business, pleasure, or before a cruise, this contemporary Miami hotel will exceed the needs of guests seeking a luxurious experience.

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

1 Seminole Way
Hollywood, FL 33314

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is South Florida’s ultimate destination for fun and entertainment. Their AAA Four-Diamond rated Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood offers 469 rock star suites, signature and award-winning restaurants, a brand new 3,500-seat Hard Rock Event Center featuring performances from today’s most popular musicians and comedy acts, a 4.5 acre tropical pool oasis & Beach Club, a full-service Rock Spa, fitness center, high-energy nightlife, and convention space.  Coming in 2019, a 450-foot guitar shaped hotel tower and resort with over 800 additional guest rooms and suites, new restaurants, lounges, business center and 41,000-square foot spa.

Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel

3900 NW 21stStreet
Miami, FL 33142

Sheraton Miami Airport & Executive Meeting Center recently went through an extensive $10-million renovation, and now has over 17,000 square feet of meeting, conference and training space for 30 to 300.  It is the hotel closet to the airport, and offers 24-hour complementary shuttle service for their guests.  Featuring a 24-hour fitness center, outdoor heated pool, golf course, bars, restaurants and a business center, this hotels is perfect for both business and pleasure.   With over 400 rooms and suites, the Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel is the perfect location for your wedding.  Visit our website and contact a specialist today!


1 Hotel & Homes South Beach — 2377 Collins Avenue // 305-604-1000
AC Hotel Miami Beach — 2912 Collins Avenue // 786-264-4720
Albion Hotel — 1650 James Avenue at Lincoln Road // 305-913-1000
Alexander Hotel, The — 5225 Collins Avenue // 305-341-6517
Astor Hotel — 956 Washington Avenue // 305-531-8081
Beach Plaza Hotel & Villas — 1401 Collins Avenue // 305-531-1331
Beachcomber Hotel — 1340 Collins Avenue // 305-531-3755
Beacon Hotel (South Beach) – 720 Ocean Drive // 305-674-8200
Bentley South Beach — 720 OceanDrive // 305-538-1700
Betsy South Beach, The — 1440 Ocean Drive // 305-531-6100
Blue Moon Hotel — 944 Collins Avenue // 305-673-6573,,
Bresaro Suites @ the Mantell Plaza — 255 W 24th ST CU-6 // 305-673-6573,,
Cadet Hotel – 1701 James Ave // 305-672-6688
Canyon Ranch Hotel & Spa Miami Beach — 6801 Collins Avenue // 305-541-7000
Cardozo Hotel — 1300 Ocean Drive // 305-535-6500,,
Casa Grande Suite Hotel and Spa — 834 Ocean Drive // 305-672-7003
Casa Victoria Orchid — 507 Espanola Way // 305-672-4449,,
Cavalier Hotel, The — 1320 Ocean Drive // 305-531-3555,,
Century South Beach Hotel — 140 Ocean Drive // 305-674-8855,,
Chesterfield Hotel — 855 Collins Avenue // 305-531-5831
Circa 39 Hotel — 3900 Collins Avenue // 305-538-4900
Claridge Hotel — 3500 Collins Avenue // 305-604-8485
Clevelander South Beach — 1020 Ocean Drive // 305-532-4006
Clinton Hotel — 825 Washington Avenue // 305-538-1471
Collins Hotel — 6600 Collins Avenue // 785-235-7409
Colony Hotel, The — 736 Ocean Drive // 305-673-0088
Como Metropolitan Miami Beach — 2445 Collins Ave // 305-695-3600
Confidante Miami Beach, The – 4041 Collins AVE // 305-424-1234
Continental Oceanfront Hotel — 1825 Collins Avenue // 305-531-3503
Courtyard Marriott — 1530 Washington Avenue // 305-420-0098
Crescent Resort on South Beach — 1420 Ocean Drive // 305-531-5197
Crest Hotel & Suites (a Crest Group Hotel) — 1670 James Avenue // 305-531-0321
Delano Hotel — 1685 Collins Avenue // 305-672-2000
Design Suites at Castle Beach — 5445 Collins Avenue // 786-398-6749
Dorchester Hotel South Beach — 1850 Collins Avenue // 305-531-5745
Dream South Beach — 1111 Collins Avenue // 305-673-4747
Eden Roc Renaissance Resort & Spa — 4525 Collins Avenue // 305-531-0000
Edgewater South Beach — 1410 Ocean Drive // 305-535-6223
El Paseo Hotel — 405 Espanola Way // 305-400-0767
Essex Hotel — 1001 Collins Avenue // 305-534-2700
Fontainebleau — 4441 Collins Avenue // 305-538-2000
Freehand Miami — 2727 Indian Creek Drive // 305-531-2727
Gale South Beach — 1690 Collins AVE // 305-673-0199
Gates South Beach Hotel, Doubletree by Hilton — 2360 Collins AVE // 305-860-9444
Gaythering Hotel — 1409 Lincoln Road // 786-284-1176
Grand Beach Hotel — 4835 Collins Avenue // 305-538-8666
Green View Boutique Hotel — 1671 Washington Avenue // 305-531-6588
Hall South Beach, The — 1500 Collins AVE // 305-531-1251
Holiday Inn Ocean FrontMiami Beach — 4333 Collins Avenue // 305-532-3311
Hotel Breakwater — 940 Ocean Drive // 305-532-2362
Hotel Chelsea, The — 944 Washington Avenue // 305-534-4069
Hotel Indigo — 1050 Washington Avenue // 305-674-1930
Hotel Marseilles — 1741 Collins Avenue // 305-538-5711
Hotel Ocean South Beach — 1230 Ocean Drive // 305-672-2579
Hotel St. Augustine — 347 Washington Avenue // 305-532-0570”
Hotel Victor South Beach, The — 1144 Ocean Drive // 305-779-8700
Hyatt Regency Miami — 400 SE 2nd Avenue // 305-358-1234
Island House — 1428 Collins Avenue // 305-864-2422
James Royal Palm, The – 1545 Collins Avenue // 305-604-5700
Kaskases South Beach — 300 17th ST // 305-673-0199
Kent Hotel — 1131 Collins Avenue // 305-604-5068
Leslie Hotel — 1414 Collins AVE // 786-476-2645
Lily Hotel — 835 Collins Avenue // 305-535-9900
Lords Hotel South Beach — 1120 Collins Avenue // 305-674-7800
Marlin Hotel, The — 1200 Collins Avenue // 305-604-0096
Marriott Property (Old Savoy) — 425 Ocean Drive // 800-23-SAVOY
Marriott Stanton South Beach — 161 Ocean Drive // 305-536-7700
Marseilles Oceanfront Hotel — 1741 Collins AVE // 305-538-5711
Menin Hotels,1690 Collins Ave,786-975-2515,
Mercury South Beach, the — 100 Collins Avenue // 305-398-3000
Metropolitan By Como — 2445 Collins Avenue // 305-695-3600
Mondrain South Beach Hotel — 1100 West Ave // 305-514-1500
Nassau Suite Hotel — 1414 Collins Avenue // 305-532-0043
National Hotel, The — 1677 Collins Avenue // 305-532-2311
Palms Hotel & Spa, The — 3025 Collins Ave. // 305-534-0505
Park Central Hotel, the — 640 Ocean Drive // 305-538-1611
Pelican — 826 Ocean Drive // 305-673-3373
Penguin Hotel — 1418 Ocean Drive // 305-534-9334
Perry South Beach, The — 2377 Collins Avenue // 305-604-1000
President Hotel, The — 1423 Collins Avenue // 305-534-9334
Raleigh Hotel, The — 1775 Collins Avenue // 305-534-6300
Red South Beach Hotel – 3010 Collins Avenue // 305-531-7742
Richmond Hotel – 1757 Collins Avenue // 305-538-2331
Riviere Apart Hotel — 1424 Collins Avenue // 305-531-3488
Sagamore Hotel — 1671 Collins Avenue // 305-535-8088
Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach — 1801 Collins Avenue // 305-531-1271
Shelley Hotel — 844 Collins Avenue // 305-531-3341
Shepley Hotel, the — 1244 Ocean Drive // 786-260-6124
Shore Club, The — 1901 Collins Avenue // 305-695-3100
SLS South Beach — 1701 Collins Avenue // 305-674-1701
So Be You — 1018 Jefferson Avenue // 305-534-5247
South Beach Plaza Villas — 1411 Collins Avenue // 305-531-1331
South Seas Hotel – 1751 Collins AVE // 305-528-2678
Stamford by Marriott — 161 Ocean Drive // 305-536-7700
Standard, The- Miami — 40 Island Avenue // 305-673-1717
Stiles Hotel — 1120 Collins Avenue // 305-674-7800
Strand Hotel, The — 1052 Ocean Drive // 305-538-9830
Suites of Dorchester — 1854 Collins Avenue // 786-353-1096
Sunbrite Apartments — 1330 Pennsylvania Avenue // 305-532-7025
Surfcomber Miami, South Beach — 1717 Collins Avenue // 305-532-7715 //
The Miami Beach Edition — 2901 Collins Avenue // 786-257-4500
The Redbury South Beach — 1776 Collins Avenue // 305-604-1776
The Ritz-Carlton South Beach — 1 Lincoln Road // 786-276-4000
The Setai Miami Beach — 2001 Collins Avenue // 305-520-6000
Thompson South Beach — 1144 Ocean Drive // 305 428 1234
Tradewinds Apartment + Hotel — 2365 Pinetree Drive // 305-531-6795
Villa By Barton G, The — 1116 Ocean Drive // 305 576-8003
Villa Casa Casuarina, the — 1116 Ocean Drive // ,786-485-2200
Villa Paradiso — 1415 Collins Avenue // 305 532 0616
W South Beach — 2201 Collins Avenue // 305-938-3000
Waldorf Towers — 860 Ocean Drive // 305-531-7684
Washington Park Hotel,— 1050 Washington Ave // 305-421-6265
Wave Hotel, The — 350 Ocean Drive // 305-673-0401
Whitelaw Hotel, The — 808 Collins Avenue // 305-398-7000
Winter Haven Hotel — 1400 Ocean Drive // 305-531-5571
ZOcean Hotel — 1437 Collins Avenue // 305-672-4554
Gale South Beach — 1690 Collins Avenue // 305-673-0199
Lincoln Arms Suites — 1800 James Avenue // 786-541-2125
Loews Miami Beach Hotel — 1601 Collins Avenue // 305-604-1601
Pestana South Beach — 1817 James Avenue // 305-341-2401
Riviera South Beach (Luxe Hotel Suites) — 2000 Liberty Avenue // 305-538-7444
The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club — 1732 Collins Avenue // 305-674-1160


Costamar — 8410 W. Flager St // 305-227-8099
Courtyard by Marriott Dadeland — 9090 S Dadeland Blvd // 305-671-5620
Courtyard Miami Airport South — 1201 NW Le Jeune Road // 305-642-8200
Doubletree by Hilton Miami Airport Convention Center — 711 NW 72nd AVE // 305-261-3800
Elite City Stays — 8101 Biscayne Boulevard // 877-357-2776
Fortune House Hotels Suites — 185 SE 14 Terrace // 305-349-5200
Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Miami Midtown — 3450 Biscayne Blvd // 786-581-0600
Hilton Garden Inn / Homewood Suites — 1695 NW 111 AVE // 305-500-9077
Hilton Miami Airport — 5001 Blue Lagoon Drive // 305-262-1000
Hilton Miami Downtown — 1601 Biscayne Blvd // 305-374-0000
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Miami Airport — 2601 NW 42nd AVE // 786-878-5555
Hyatt Place Miami Airport East — 3549 NW Le Jeune Road // 305-667-1003
Hyatt Resorts Carribbean — 133 NE 2nd Ave // 786-871-7752
JW Marriott Marquis Miami — 255 Biscayne Boulevard Way // 305-421-8600
Mandarin Oriental Miami — 500 Brickel Key Drive // 305-913-8288
Marenas Beach Resort & Spa — 18683 Collins Avenue // 305-503-6039
Miami Airport Marriott — 1201 NW Le Jeune Road // 305-649-5000
Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay — 1633 North Bayshore Drive // 305-374-3900
Miami River Inn — 118 SW South River Drive // 305-325-0045
Miccosukee Resort and Gaming — 500 SW 177th Avenue // 305-925-2555
Motel Blu — 7700 Biscayne Blvd // 305-757-8451
Provident Doral at the Blue — 5300 NW 87th AVE // 877-748-2583
Pullman Miami Airport — 5800 Blue Lagoon Drive // 305-264-4888
Residence Inn Miami Airport South — 1201 NW Le Jeune Road // 305-642-8570
SMS Lodging — 307 NE First ST // 786-322-8559
Viceroy Miami — 485 Brickell Avenue // 305-503-4400
YVE Hotel — 146 Biscayne Blvd // 786-405-1671
Atton Brickell Miami — 1500 SW 1st AVE // 786-725-3211
Epic Hotel — 270 Biscayne Blvd Way // 305-424-5226

Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

1300 Biscayne Blvd.

Varied series of performances, ranging from Broadway, classical ballet, opera and symphony, to comedians, renowned vocal artists, musical groups, contemporary dance and dramatic stage productions are scheduled each season.

Art Center South Florida

924 Lincoln Road 2ndFloor
Miami Beach

ArtCenter’s highly visible Lincoln Road location makes it the ideal access point for artists, curators, and visitors from all over South Florida and beyond.  The mission of ArtCenter South Florida is to support artists and advance the knowledge and practice of contemporary visual arts and culture.  Open Mon-Fri 12-6pm, Sat-Sun 1-6pm.

Bass Museum of Art

2100 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach

The collection here includes major European paintings, sculptures and textiles as well as American, Asian and contemporary art. Temporary exhibitions of contemporary and historical art throughout the world fill the museum as well. Open Wed-Sun 12-5pm.

Coral Castle Museum & Sculpture Garden

28655 South Dixie Highway

Visit the world’s most mysterious castle. Ed built his castle in secret leaving scientists, engineers, scholars baffled since 1923. Prepared to be amazed! Continuous live tour guides. Coral Castle Cafe and Gift Shop is on premises. This is one of the top 10 hot spots in South Florida.  Opens daily at 9am.

Deering Estate

16701 SW 72nd Avenue

From its archaeological features to its historic house and nature preserves, the Deering Estate is one of Miami’s noteworthy historic sites and parks. Open daily 10am – 5pm.

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

10901 Old Cutler Road,
Coral Gables

One of the world’s pre-eminent botanic gardens, with rare tropical plants from around the world, featuring 83 acres, 11300 plants species, a rainforest, visitor center, conservatory, plant exploration museum, sunken gardens, winding paths, 14 lakes, lily ponds, overlooks & vistas. Open 9:30am – 4:30pm

HistoryMiami Museum

101 West Flagler Street

Dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating Miami.  HistoryMiami Museum is a proud member of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program since 2011, providing opportunities to share resources and programing.  Open Tues-Sat 10am – 5pm, Sun Noon-5pm.

Jungle Island

1111 Parrot Jungle Trail

Jungle Island is a world-renowned Miami icon providing experiences to guests of all ages since 1936. The park is undergoing a radical transformation, reinventing itself as Miami’s call to adventure, combining a vibrant jungle landscape, extraordinary animals from around the globe and an array of thrilling outdoor adventure attractions. Jungle Island will provide an unmatched array of opportunities for adventure, discovery and play.

Miami Beach Botanical Garden

2000 Convention Center Drive,
Miami Beach

The mission of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden is to provide free public access to an attractive botanical garden, create environmental education programs for children and adults, preserve green space, and promote green living. We serve as a venue for visual and performing arts, and act as a cultural tourist destination. Open Tues-Sun 9am – 5pm

Miami Design Preservation League / Art Deco Museum

1001 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach

Miami Beach’s building boom came during the second phase of Art Deco known as Streamline Moderne, which began with the stock market crash and ended in most cases with the outbreak of World War II. It was less decorative—a more sober reflection of the Great Depression. It relied more on machine-inspired forms, and American ideas in industrial design. It was buttressed by the belief that times would get better and was infused with the optimistic futurism extolled at America’s Worlds Fairs of the 1930s. Stripped Classic or Depression Moderne was a sub-style often used for governmental buildings, the U.S. Post Office being the best example in Miami Beach. Miami Beach architects used local imagery to create what we now call Tropical Deco. These buildings feature relief ornamentation featuring whimsical flora, fauna and ocean-liner motifs to reinforce the image of Miami Beach as a seaside resort.  The Art Deco Museum is open Tues-Sun 10am – 5pm.

Miami Seaquarium

4400 Rickenbacker Causeway

On a 38-acre tropical paradise with spectacular skyline views lies a world-class marine-life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and astonishing daily presentations.  Miami Seaquarium® is a place of inspiration, education & fun! Open Daily 10am – 6pm.

Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami

770 NE 125th Street

See innovative exhibitions featuring the artists of our time. The museum has a permanent collection of more than 400 works by contemporary and emerging artists. Tue-Sat 11am – 5pm.  Sunday noon – 5pm.

New World Symphony

500 17th Street
Miami Beach

A must see for all visitors; a cornerstone of new & exciting cultural events. The Mission of the New World Symphony is to prepare highly gifted graduates of distinguished music programs for leadership roles in orchestras and ensembles around the world.

Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)

1103 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL

Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is a modern and contemporary art museum dedicated to collecting and exhibiting international art of the 20thand 21stcenturies.  Perez Art Museum evolved from the Miami Art Museum, which grew out of the Center for the Fine Arts (CFA).  Mon-Tue 10am – 6pm, Thurs 10am – 9pm, Fri-Sun 10am – 6pm, Closed Wednesday.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

1101 Biscayne Blvd

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a leading science museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future. Located in Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, Frost Science is divided into four buildings: the Frost Planetarium, Aquarium, and North and West Wings. Here, guests can learn about the core science behind living systems, the solar system and known universe, the physics of flight, light and lasers, the biology of the human body and mind, and much more. Guests can explore the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in an experiential setting with interactive exhibitions and unique shows. Frost Science is also dedicated to education, earning national awards for its summer camps and after-school programs. Open 9:30am – 5:30pm daily.

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

1 Seminole Way
Hollywood, FL 33314

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is South Florida’s ultimate destination for fun and entertainment. Their AAA Four-Diamond rated Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood offers 469 rock star suites, signature and award-winning restaurants, a brand new 3,500-seat Hard Rock Event Center featuring performances from today’s most popular musicians and comedy acts, a 4.5 acre tropical pool oasis & Beach Club, a full-service Rock Spa, fitness center, high-energy nightlife, and convention space.  Coming in 2019, a 450-foot guitar shaped hotel tower and resort with over 800 additional guest rooms and suites, new restaurants, lounges, business center and 41,000-square foot spa.

Thriller Miami Speedboat Adventures

401 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL

The tour provides the ultimate sightseeing experience in true “Miami Vice Style”. See celebrity mansions on Star Island, Fisher Island, and Miami Beach and see the Art Deco district of South Beach from Thriller’s unique perspective in the Atlantic Ocean. They are the only Tour Boat in Miami that takes you out into the ocean, where you can have a true offshore experience while seeing South Beach & Downtown Miami.  Daily 45 minute Tours from 11am – 7pm.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

3251 South Miami Avenue
Coconut Grove

Vizcaya was created as James Deering’s subtropical winter home in the 1910s and today it is a National Historic Landmark and accredited museum. We invite you to learn about Vizcaya’s fascinating history and the individuals responsible for the unusual estate’s origins, evolution and ongoing management.  This Italian Renaissance-style villa, with more than 10 acres of formal gardens & fountains, sits gracefully on the edge of Biscayne Bay.  Open Wed-Mon 9:30am – 4:30pm, Closed Tuesdays.

Wolfsonian – FIU

1001 Washington Avenue

In the heart of the Art Deco District, the museum showcases American & European decorative and fine arts produced between 1885-1945. With over 180,000 objects, the collection focuses on materials from Europe and the United States.  Open Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat 10am – 6pm, Fri 10am – 9pm, Sun noon-6pm, Closed Wed.

World Erotic Art Museum

1205 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach

Founded in 2005 , WEAM is the only museum in the United States devoted exclusively to fine erotic art. WEAM has developed one of the world’s most renowned permanent museums for this genre.  Founded on the Collection of Naomi Wilzig, WEAM is today an ever-growing institution devoted to erotic art and with this focus it is a unique institution in the world. Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am – 10pm, Fri-Sun 11am to Midnight.

Zoo Miami

12400 SW 152nd Street
Miami, FL 33177

Zoo Miami (also known as The Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens) is the largest and oldest zoological garden in Florida and the only sub-tropical zoo in the continental United States.  The unique climate in South Florida allows the zoo to keep a wide variety of animals from Asia, Australia, and Africa, representing a broad mix of species that is unlike any other zoo in the country. Open daily 10am – 5pm.


Club Azucar — 2301 SW 32nd Avenue // 305-443-7657

Floppy Rooster — 7018 NW 72nd Avenue // 786-766-0778

Jamboree Lounge — 7005 Biscayne Boulevard // 305-759-3413

Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge — 1691 Michigan Avenue // 305-532-0307

Resorts World Bimini — 1501 Biscayne Boulevard // 305-374-6664


Cabaret South Beach, The — 233 12th Street // 305-763-8799

Palace — 1052 Ocean Drive // 305-531-7234

Purdy Lounge — 1811 Purdy Avenue // 305-531-4622

Safari Bar — 855 Collins Avenue // 305-531-5831

Score — 1437 Washington Avenue // 305-535-1111

Twist — 1057 Washington Avenue //

Miami Beach Dining


11th Street Diner

1065 Washington Avenue

55th Street Station
5582 NE 4TH Ct

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila
1220 – 16th Street

Cafe at Books and Books
927 Lincoln Rd

Cafe Avanti
732 41st Street

Caffe Milano
850 Ocean Drive

607 Lincoln Rd

Cardozo Bar & Grill
1300 Ocean Drive

Einstein Brothers Bagels
1500 Alton Road

Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse
836 1st Street

Fratelli La Bufala
437 Washington Ave

Graspa Group
1000 NW 54th Street

IL Giardino
1236 Ocean Drive

Joe’s Stone Crab
11 Washington Avenue

Kung Fu Sushi
1732 Collins Avenue

La Moderna
1874 Bay Road

Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach
404 Washington Ave

Michael Schwartz Events
3936 North Miami Avenue

Mina’s Mediterraneo
749 NE 79th Street

Mango’s Tropical Cafe
900 Ocean Drive

Maxine Restaurant
1742 Collins Avenue

Meat Market
915 Lincoln Road

700 Lincoln Road

News Cafe – Miami Beach
800 Ocean Drive

Nikki Beach Miami
One Ocean Drive

Nobu Eden Roc
4525 Collins Avenue

Park Central Cafe
650 Ocean Drive

Pilikia by the Pool
1751 Collins Ave

Pizza Bar
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Pizza Rustica
605 Lincoln Road

Pollo Tropical
7255 Corporate Center Drive

Pride & Joy
2800 North Miami Ave.

Quality Meats
1501 Collins Ave

1014 Lincoln Rd

Segafredo L’Originale
1040 Lincoln Road

Sibilla Ristorante
833 Lincoln Road

Smith & Wollensky
1 Washington Avenue

Social Club at Surfcomber
1717 Collins Avenue

Soul Tavern
1801 West Avenue

South Beach Lean
1435 Alton Rd

1119 16th St.

731 Lincoln Road

Texas De Brazil
300 Alton Road

The Forge
432 41st Street

The Sarsaparilla Club at the Shelborne
One 18th Street

101 Washington Avenue

Vagabond Kitchen & Bar
7301 Biscayne Boulevard

Victor Cafe
1144 Ocean Drive

Via Emilia
1120 15th Street

Zen Sai Restaurant
1020 Ocean Drive

Yard House
1681 Lenox Avenue

Adrianne Arsht Center — 1444 Biscayne Boulevard Miami,FL // 305-372-7611 //
Bass Museum of Art — 2121 Park Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139 // 305-673-7530 //
Bass, The — 720 71St Miami Beach, FL 33139 // 305-673-7530 //
Coral Castle Museum (& Sculpture Garden) — 28655 South Dixie Highway, Miami, FL,3 3033 // 305-248-6345 //
Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami – 61 NE 41st ST Miami, FL 33137 // 305-901-5272 //
Jungle Island — 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail Miami, FL 33132 // 305-400-7000 //
Miami Culinary Tours — 1000 5th Street Miami Beach, FL 33139 // 786-942-8856 //
Miami Metro Zoo — 12400 SW 152 Street Miami, FL 33177 // 305-251-0400 //
Miami Pirate Duck Tours — 1680 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33125 // 305-623-2637 //
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) — 770 N 125th ST North Miami Beach, FL 33161 // 305-893-6211 //
Norwegian Cruise Line — 7665 Corporate Center Drive Miami, FL 33126 // 866-234-7350 //
Pérez Art Museum Miami — 1103 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL 33132 // 305-375-3000 //
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science — 1101 Biscayne Blvd Miami, FL 33132 // 305-434-9600 //
White Porch Gallery — 2727 2nd Avenue NW Miami, FL 33137 // 786-529-6304 //
Williams McCall Gallery — 110 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139 //
Wolfsonian — 1001 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139 // 305-531-1001 //
World Erotic Art Museum — 1205 Washington Avenue Miami Beach,FL 33139 // 305-532-9336 //

Featured Businesses

Creative Male
3227 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33137

Studio W Swimwear
1220 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139


American Clothing Exchange
5761 NW 37th Ave Miami, FL 33142
(305) 634-1757

1675 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 674-6312

1035 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 674-0156

Samba Sol
420 Lincoln Road #402 Miami Beach, FL 33139
(310) 402-4415


Gr8Taste, Inc
18151 NE 31st Ct. #1106 Aventura, FL 33160
(954) 558-8228

Publix Supermarket – Store #621
1920 West Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 535-4268

Publix Supermarket – Store #73
9400 Harding Avenue Surfside, FL 33154
(305) 865-1263

Publix Supermarket – Store #79
6876 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33141
(305) 865-8561

Publix Supermarket – Store #91
1045 Dade Boulevard Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-4621


Tourbillon Boutique
140 NE 39th Street, Suite 111&211 Miami Beach, FL 33137
(305) 576-4571

323 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 538-2307

DiModolo Int.
846 Lincoln Rd 6th Floor Miami Beach, FL 33139
(212) 826-3600

211 16th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 704-6036

Gray & Sons
9595 Harding Avenue Surfside, FL 33154
(305) 865-0999

Jo Malone London
1664 Lenox Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139
(786) 276-8693

Luggage Gallery
1622 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 532-1289


Books & Books
927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 532-3222


Designer Eyes
701 South Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33131

Eyes On Lincoln Fashion Eyewear
708 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 532-0070


F1RST Surf Shop
40 Southpointe Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 397-8103

JB Bike Shop
7430 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33141
(305) 866-3622

Whizzy Ride
808 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
(340) 244-5208

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)

323-860-5200 /


Art Deco Weekend

Mid January
Ocean Drive between 6thand 13thStreet
Miami Beach

The longest running free community cultural festival in Miami Beach! Art Deco Weekend is the Miami Design Preservation League’s (MDPL) signature event and largest educational outreach program. MDPL created the festival in 1976. It was the catalyst that saved the largest collection of Art Deco architecture concentrated in one small area in the world. Today, the Art Deco Weekend community cultural festival celebrates the best of our city’s architecture, preservation, education, history, advocacy, art, culture and entertainment.

Beaux Arts Festival

Mid January
University of Miami Campus
1301 Stanford Drive
Coral Gables

Juried fine arts show that features art, crafts and a variety of media from more than 300 exhibitors on the University of Miami campus. Live music and other free entertainment, children’s art experiences, fabulous dining options, and free admission all weekend to the adjacent Lowe Art Museum.


Gay8 Festival
Little Havana, Miami
Over 60,000 people come each year to the festival in Little Havana, making it the largest Hispanic LGBT Festival in the US.  The Hispanic LGBT community in Miami hosts the Gay8 Festival (and its ancillary events) in an effort to promote business, tourism, culture and economic activity in Little Havana (Miami) Florida.

Miami International Boat Show

Thurs – Mon, Feb 14 – 18, 2019
Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin, Virginia Key
3501 Rickenbacker Causeway

The Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show is produced by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA). It attracts an estimated 100,000 boating enthusiasts from 35 countries to its home each year at Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key. Entering its 78th year, the show features $3 billion in new boats and marine accessories from more than 1,100 exhibitors.

Coconut Grove Arts Festival

February 16th – 18th, 2019
Coconut Grove

The Coconut Grove Arts Festival® is an annual, three-day outdoor event, celebrating fine arts, live performances and local flavors. Held every Presidents’ Day Weekend, the Arts Festival is considered one of the nation’s most stellar arts festivals and is held right here in the charming village of Coconut Grove. For nearly one mile along Biscayne Bay’s waterfront streets, more than 360 internationally recognized and jury-selected artists showcase their spectacular works, spanning across 15 stunning visual categories. We invite you to visit the Arts Festival this winter – or stop by our year-round professional gallery studios any day of the year for art, food, music and fun!

South Beach Wine & Food Festival

South Beach,

The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival is a national, star-studded, five-day destination event showcasing the talents of the world’s most renowned wine and spirits producers, chefs and culinary personalities.  Hosted by Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits and Florida International University (FIU), the Festival benefits FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management and the Southern Wine & Spirits Beverage Management Center.  Each year, more than 1,200 students and volunteers gain invaluable real-world experience with the Festival – which serves as an interactive educational platform for the future leaders of the hospitality industry.  To date, the Festival has raised more than $26 million for the School.


Winter Party Festival
Live Free, Play Hard, Give Back
Founded in 1994, the original Winter Party featured just one event, a dance party on the sands of South Beach. In the years since, Winter Party has grown into an iconic week-long celebration featuring dozens of events and drawing crowds by the thousands from around the globe.  Soak up the sun, breathe in the ocean air, and get ready to PLAY HARD.  The Winter Party is a place where we can be ourselves, surrounded by our chosen family and accepted and loved just the way we are. Winter Party is that place, a safe haven where we can LIVE FREE.  Our underlying purpose is much larger than the festival itself. Winter Party is a fundraising venture produced by the National LGBTQ Task Force.  With your help, let’s move freedom, justice, and equality forward – let’s GIVE BACK.

Miami Film Festival
March 1-10, 2019
Miami Dade College
The mission of Miami Film Festival is to bridge cultural understanding and encourage artistic development by provoking thought through film. By bringing the best of world cinema to Miami, the Festival presents the city and the film industry with a singular platform that fosters creative and technical talent.

Calle Ocho Festival

March 10, 2019
Between 4th Ave. and 27th Ave. on SW 8th Street,
Little Havana, Miami

The marquee event of Kiwanis Club of Little Havana’s Carnaval Miami, the annual Calle Ocho Festival, is the largest street festival in Miami and the largest Hispanic festival in the nation. More than one million people will join in on this internationally renowned block party.  Taking place along 8th Street, otherwise known as “Calle Ocho,” from 8th Avenue to SW 27th Avenue, you will find 20 blocks along Little Havana filled with 12 stages, international food, dance, fashion, art and musical entertainment. There is something here for everyone to enjoy. As couples dance salsa on the street, performers and musicians light up the 12 stages along Calle Ocho where Miami’s energetic Latin community comes out loud and proud, waving their country’s flags to the beat of the drums.

Miami Beach Pride

Miami Beach Pride 2020
The mission of Miami Beach Pride is to bring together members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, their friends, allies, and supporters in celebration of the unique spirit and culture of the LGBTQ community. Miami Beach Pride organizes free, safe, quality, mass-appeal events that are open to all, including the annual parade and festival, which features community booths and expo areas, stages with entertainment, food and drink vendors and family-safe play areas. Additionally, Miami Beach Pride produces educational, cultural and entertainment events and activities throughout the year and sanctions official Pride-related events in order to create a truly celebratory experience for the whole community.

Miami Open

March 18th – 31st 2019
Hard Rock Statium

The Miami Open presented by Itaú will be relocating to Hard Rock Stadium in 2019.  Already one of the world’s largest and most prestigious combined tennis events, the move to Hard Rock Stadium will provide an unprecedented tournament venue, ample parking, as well as an unparalleled patron experience incorporating a variety of entertainment elements including music, fashion, culinary and art – not to mention some of the most spectacular tennis action of the year.  The centerpiece of the event will be a new 13,500-seat Center Court within Hard Rock Stadium itself!

Ultra Music Festival

March 29-31, 2019
Bayfront Park

The Ultra Music Festival is an outdoor electronic music festival held annually since 1999 in downtown Miami at Bayfront Park.  Across 7 stages lining picturesque Biscayne Bay, world famous artists perform for over 150,000 fans through the weekend.


OUTShine Film Festival
Outshine is everything you want in a film festival… inviting, glowing, and eclipsing all others before it. Our mission is to inspire, entertain, and educate; encouraging a sense of community through international and culturally diverse film, video, and other media that offer historical and contemporary perspectives on the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender experience.


AIDS Walk Miami is a 5K (3.1 mile) walk-a-thon fundraiser benefiting Care Resource, South Florida’s oldest and largest HIV/AIDS community organization providing Primary Medical Care, Dental, Psychosocial, Case Management, Outreach, Prevention and Education to over 15,000 residents living in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties who are either affected or infected with HIV/AIDS.
The fundraiser also benefits Food For Life Network Food Bank providing meals and groceries, as well as nutritional counseling and education, to eliminate malnutrition and starvation in children and adults living with HIV/AIDS. In addition, this annual fundraiser serves as a vital vehicle to raise awareness and funds to combat the effect HIV/AIDS continues to have on the South Florida region.


The Ruby Gala
Hilton Miami Downtown
1601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber Of Commerce (MDGLCC) will honor corporate and individual support­ers of the Miami-Dade LGBT community at The Topaz Gala; its 17th Annual Gala Awards Celebration on Satur­day, May 19th, 2018.  This year’s Gala is once again presented by Wells Fargo.

Miami Airport Convention Center
Doubletree Hilton Miami Airport Convention Center
711 NW 72ndAvenue
Miami, FL 33126
It’s Back!  The 3rdAnnual Out Con.  A celebration of greerful, geeky culture.  South Florida’s largest LGBT + Geek convention.

Sizzle Miami
Created in 2002 by Dwight Powell in Miami Florida, Sizzle has grown to become America’s most celebrated and anticipated urban gay event in an atmosphere unparalleled to none. Party-seekers from around the world convene in sunny Miami, Florida celebrating life, pride & liberty! Originally a one-day occurrence, Sizzle Miami has evolved into a 5-day smorgasbord of captivating day-time events, and pulsating nightlife. Sizzle is also proud to be the largest and most respected social gathering of the year.  Recognized each year by both mayors of Miami-Dade County and the City of Miami, Sizzle Miami occurs during the Memorial Day Weekend Thursday May 24th 2018 – Monday May 28th, 2018

Fashion Week Miami
May 30 – June 3, 2018
Various Downtown Locations

Miami Fashion Week (MIAFW) is dedicated to cultivating the fashion industry in Miami and positioning the city as a high-quality fashion hub. They are proud to be the first fashion week solely dedicated to showcasing Resort Cruise Collections while simultaneously focusing on echoing the message to a broader audience through the production of quality content. MIAFW takes advantage of the strong and diverse connection Miami has built between Latin America and the United States.

Out in the Tropics
Now in its ninth year, and extended to a month-long series, FUNDarte and Centro Cultural Español (CCEMiami), present Out in the Tropics 2018 (OITT) an exhilarating program of multi-disciplinary performance art; embracing story-rich poetry, a folklorist musician, a prolific lesbian Cuban painter, a Brazilian multi-disciplinary theater performance, and an exciting month-long season of seven new micro-theater plays. The event will run from Thursday, May 24th through to Sunday, June 24th, 2018 in venues across Miami-Dade County.


International Mango and Tropical Fruit Festival
Sat – Sun July 14 – 15, 2018
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden,
10901 Old Cutler Road
Coral Gables

Enjoy mango-inspired culinary delights, tastings, lectures, and smoothies from the best cultivars with origins from around the world. Includes tastings, lectures, tree sales, children’s activities, a Mango Brunch and Mangoville.


Celebrate Orgullo
Celebrate ORGULLO 2018 | South Florida’s first & only Hispanic LGBT Pride festival – enters its 8th successful year with an International Artists Showcase, Artists’ Studios Bus Tours Music, Writers Salons, A GALA and much more.  Celebrate ORGULLO continues to showcase quality events, artists, performances & programming to Miami’s first Hispanic LGBT Pride festival. For 2018, we are honoring the life the Queen of Salsa – CELIA CRUZ, through Art, Music, Dance, Photography, Film and Spoken Word.  Proceeds benefit our LGBT Scholarship Fund and year round programming of the Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida, Inc.

Aqua Girl
October 18-21, 2018
Various venues in Miami Beach

Since 1999, Aqua Girl is an annual fundraiser for the LGBT community of South Florida.  The proceeds from Aqua Girl benefit the Aqua Foundation for Women, a not-for-profit that funds lesbian, transgender and bisexual causes in South Florida.  This “party with a cause” is one of the largest and hottest women’s festivals, and the largest charity weekend in the country. Events on South Beach include pool and beach parties, concerts, art exhibits, dance and cocktail parties, comedy events and more.

Miami Broward Carnival
Sunday October 7, 2018
Miami-Dade Fairgrounds
10901 SW 24thStreet
11am – 11pm

Miami Carnival is Mas. Miami Carnival is Steel Pan. Miami Carnival is Pageantry. The cultural Miami backdrop of the beach, perfect weather and heritage neighborhoods is a massive draw for those on the Carnival circuit.  Miami Carnival is a celebration of Caribbean culture. Miami Carnival includes cultural events, parade, festival, and bands. This expertly curated festival has become a Miami destination phenomenon that allows one to experience one of the largest Caribbean Carnivals in North America.


Miami Book Fair International
November 11th– 18, 2018
Miami-Dade College, Wolfson Campus
300 NE 2nd Ave., Downtown Miami

One of the nation’s largest outdoor book fairs. More than 450 authors will read excerpts from their works, sign books, and talk with fans. Highlights include children’s activities, food kiosks, lectures, music and a street fair featuring more than 250 publishers and booksellers.

White Party Week
White Party Week is six days and nights of nonstop fun and entertainment, all in the fight against HIV/AIDS.  Miami’s best hot spots are filled with more than 15,000 party-goers enjoying world famous DJs, celebrity appearances, and of course, hot bodies! Whether in a club or on the beach, there are events for everyone to enjoy.


Art Miami

December 4 – 9, 2018
One Herald Plaza at NE 14thSt
On Biscayne Bay between Venetian and McArthur Causeways

The City’s original and longest-running contemporary art fair will celebrate its 29th edition this year.  Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America’s modern and contemporary art fair market and is g​lobally recognized as a primary destination for the acquisition of the most important works from the 20th and 21stcenturies.

Art Basel Miami Beach

December 6 – 9, 2018
Miami Beach Convention Center

Art Basel Miami Beach is the most important art show in the United States, a cultural and social highlight for the Americas. As the sister event of Switzerland’s Art Basel, the most prestigious art show worldwide for the past 40 years, Art Basel Miami Beach combines an int’l selection of top galleries with an exciting program of special exhibitions, parties and crossover events featuring music, film, architecture and design. Exhibition sites are located in the city’s beautiful Art Deco District, within walking distance of the beach & many hotels.

Premier Transportation Services
Dennis Centorbi
Director, Global Sales

For over 20 years, our dedicated and loyal staff at Premier Transportation Services has provided award winning services to our clients.  Whether a wedding, sporting event, night on the town, corporate event or just a ride to the airport, Premier Transportation has you covered. Our fleet includes sedans, limousines, Vans, SUVs, as well as Mini buses, Limo, Executive or Motor Coaches… something for everyone.  Dispatchers are available 24-7/365 days a year.  Premier Transportation is a proud member of IGLTA.


Brightline is the new benchmark for train travel in America.  As the only privately owned, operated and maintained passenger rail system in the United States, Brightline is here to connect you with the people, places and new experiences that South Florida has to offer.  Brightline  provides express service connecting you to Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach and planned future service to Orlando. Brightline has blended premium train travel and hospitality to make your ride an experience like no other.  It’s the easiest way to travel through South Florida!

Brightline Stations:

Fort Lauderdale Station
101 NW 2nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
Parking Garage – 300 NW 2nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

West Palm Beach Station
501 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Parking Garage – 511 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Miami Station
600 NW 1st Ave., Miami, FL 33136
Parking Garage – 161 NW 6th Street, Miami, FL 33136

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