Coconut Grove
Miami

From: Miami Travel Guide

See also: Villa VizcayaKampongBal Harbour


Coconut Grove, Miami
Coconut Grove is filled with many restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and entertainment venues. There are also many shops and little boutiques where you can buy a wide range of products such as clothing, jewelry, music and gifts.

Villa Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
This wonderful historic Villa is situated on the waters edge and is set in around 50 acres of land with wonderful views of Biscayne Bay. Both the Villa museum and Gardens are open to the public and show off wonderful architecture and artefacts throughout the Villa as well as stunning landscaping with areas such as Vizcaya's Maze and the Secret Garden ready to delight.

Barnacle State Historic Park
This wonderful house was built in 1891 and is set in amongst a beautiful park on the edge of the Biscayne Bay. It was from here that one of the early pioneers known as Ralph Middleton Monroe designed and built his yachts. There is plenty to see within both the house and gardens that will keep you busy for hours.

The Kampong
This wonderful tropical garden is owned by the National Tropical Botanical Garden and is set in around 11 acres, the garden was originally the property of Dr. David Fairchild a renowned horticulturist and contains many exotic plants and trees. There are self guided tours of the garden and guided tours also available on certain dates.

Peacock Park
This is a great open space if you need somewhere to relax and go for a wander, it is in front of Biscayne Bay and is also next to Coconut Grove Sailing Club and has its own skatepark.

CocoWalk
CocoWalk is a small yet fun shopping mall that contains several independent shops selling items such as clothing, art, perfume and accessories. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes at CocoWalk as well as a movie theatre and nightclubs that can keep you entertained.

Attraction Location Guide
Coconut Grove is situated on the edge of Biscayne Bay around 6 miles from the centre of Miami.

 


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