Bass Museum of Art - Miami Attractions
TheArt Deco building in Miami houses a collection of exhibits including paintings, sculpxure, and textiles. The permanent collection includes European paintings from the 15th to early 20th centuries from Renaissance, Medieval and baroque eras. Rubens, Rembrandt and Toulouse-Lautrec all have work in here.
And as this is over 200 miles from Orlando, there’s no multimedia interactive aspect to it You can’t ‘take a ride round a super-sized Rubens masterpiece’, you can’t ‘use the interactive Leonardo Sculpxuring Machine® to design a statue of yourself, watch as it’s instantly carved by lasers, and then buy it in the gift shop (although that is a good idea), or anything else typically Orlando because you aren’t in Orlando. This is Miami and it’s very different!
Miami Beach - Attractions in Miami
Part of the bigger Miami Beach, it's considered to be America's answer to the French Riviera, with some Art deco thrown in for good measure. Ricky Martin and Gloria Estefan frequent the bars, restaurants, hotels and night clubs. Aspiring models come here to be discovered, and sun themselves on the beautiful white beach. You never know, your luck might be in and a new career beckon. You wouldn’t be the first person from the UK to find that Miami Beach has a little more to offer than Manchester, which has so much to answer for.
Miami Seaquarium - Miami Attractions
Miami Seaquarium has exciting shows, great exhibits and enjoyable, educational presentations in a beautifully landscaped 35 acre park overlooking Biscayne Bay. You'll see whales, sea lions, turtles, sharks, manatees, birds, alligators and more. Most of them are real animals too, not people in costumes or animatronics like *some* of the ones you’ll find a few hundred miles up the road.