Miami Beach Attractions
Winter Haven Hotel's location in the heart of the Art Deco District makes it easy to enjoy a broad range of Miami Beach attractions during your stay. From beautiful beaches to eclectic neighborhoods and unique dining destinations, our hotel is surrounded by worthwhile things to do in Miami Beach.
Miami Beach can serve as a relaxing beach getaway, a hub of world-class architecture and culture, or an indulgent haven of delicious food, forward-thinking fashion and late-night excitement. Explore our recommendations and make Miami Beach your own.
This public space is essential piece of the fabric of the city and its unofficial gateway to the ocean. Connecting the restaurants, bars and shops of Ocean Drive to the soft sands of the beach, Lummus Park stretches 10 blocks north-to-south in prime Miami Beach.
For a more floral alternative to the sun-soaked beaches on the east side of SoBe, look no further than the Miami Beach Botanical Garden. This beautiful 2.6-acre tract of urban greenspace features unique collections of trees and flowers both native to Florida and sourced from alternate locations. The garden's standout sections include its Japanese garden and its array of orchids.
This iconic memorial pays solemn tribute to those lost and those impacted by the Holocaust. Designed by architect Kenneth Treister, the statue and its accompanying Memorial Wall are open, free-of-charge, to the public until 10 p.m. daily.
Home to the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world, the historic Art Deco District is an integral part of the Miami Beach landscape. Try to plan your visit during January, so you can experience the Art Deco festival that makes South Beach come alive with its vibrant sights and sounds.
Be inspired during your getaway to Miami Beach with a visit to the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. This National Historic Landmark was once a luxurious residence belonging to James Deering, a worldwide leader in agricultural equipment. Today it's a museum that houses a breathtaking collection of art and welcomes over 170,000 visitors every year.
Originally known as the Monastery of St. Bernard de Clairvaux, the storied past of this Miami Beach landmark dates all the way back to A.D. 1133. Today, the monastery welcomes churchgoers and captivates tourists with its awe-inspiring architecture and beautiful gardens.
Take in sweeping views of the ocean, go for a relaxing stroll along the winding paths, or sit on a grassy knoll and enjoy a quiet moment. This 17-acre park on the southernmost tip of Miami Beach also features a playground and a dog park, making it the perfect destination if you want to spend some quality time with your loved ones and furry companions.
Located on a little island nestled in between Miami and South Beach, the Miami Children's Museum features a plethora of kid-friendly interactive exhibits, including a 6-foot piggy bank, the Castle of Dreams, and the Music Makers Studio, to name a few. And if the exploration makes the little ones hungry, dining options are also available on-site.