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- Not to be confused with northern part of the island Miami Beach.
North Miami Beach is a city in Florida.
From Miami Airport, you can take the J or 150 bus to Collins Avenue for a northbound S or 120 bus. From Fort Lauderdale Airport, you can take the #1 Broward County bus to Aventura Mall for the Miami-Dade E,S, or 120 buses.
Miami-Dade Transit operates local bus service around North Miami Beach.
- 1 Oleta River State Recreation Park, 3400 N.E. 163rd St, ☏ +1 305 919-1846. Daily 8AM-sunset. The largest urban park in Florida has trails for biking, a beach for swimming, picnic areas and a playground for kids. Get a canoe or kayak to row to a mangrove island within the park. Several animals such as eagles and fiddler crabs also make their home here. Fourteen cabins with air conditioning are also on the premises, but bathrooms, showers and grills are located outside the cabins and guests should bring their own linens. $5 for a vehicle carrying up to eight passengers, $1 bicyclists, pedestrians and extra passengers ($50.85 a night in a cabin).
- 2 Ancient Spanish Monastery (St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church), 16711 West Dixie Highway (near Sunny Isles), ☏ +1 305 945-1461. M-Sa 9AM-5PM, Su 1PM-5PM (unless there is a wedding scheduled; call ahead or check the website for wedding dates).. Built in Segovia, Spain in 1141. This monastery was to be a part of William Randolph Hearst’s property in California. Partly because he ran out of money and partly because the United States would not allow the monastery to be built in California, the monastery remained in New York Harbor until 1954, when a couple of businessmen bought the property and assembled it in Miami. Parts of the monastery have not been assembled because the government removed the pieces from numbered boxes and then placed the wrong pieces in the wrong boxes. Today the monastery is a church as well as a popular marriage location. As seen on the History Channel show Weird U.S.. Adults $5, seniors and students (with valid ID) $2.50, children $2.
- 3 Museum of Contemporary Art, 770 NE 125 Street, North Miami.
- 1 Hard Rock Stadium, 2269 Dan Marino Blvd (in Miami Gardens) (Northwest 199th St), ☏ +1 305-623-6100 (TTY +1 305 623-6266), fax: +1 305 625-6403, DS@dolphinstadium.com. This football stadium hosts the Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Hurricanes (college), and Orange Bowl (college), and is the main venue for the Miami Open, one of the biggest tennis tournaments outside of the Grand Slam events. The stadium has been renamed 8 times since its opening in 1987 (most recently in August 2016 from New Miami Stadium to Hard Rock Stadium). For stadium tours, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 305-623-6286. Tour prices are $3 for children under 14, $5 for those 14 and older and $4 for senior citizens. Check website for individual phone numbers for tickets to Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes games, the Orange Bowl, and the Miami Open.
- FedEx Orange Bowl Football Game, ☏ +1 305-341-4700. Hard Rock Stadium. Held in early Jan around New Year’s Day. A major bowl game, which hosts a semifinal of the College Football Playoff every three years. In other years, the game features top teams from around the country, with one being from the Atlantic Coast Conference (depending on the year, Notre Dame, which isn't in a football conference but is in the ACC for other sports, may fill the ACC slot).
- 1 Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd (near the Dade/Broward County line). M-Sa 8AM-10PM, Su noon-8PM. This mall, spanning 2,800,000 ft² (260,000 m2), has nation-wide chains such as Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, and more than 300 boutiques. It also has Rainbow Valley Playground, a play spot for children. The other notable landmark of this mall is its 24-screen movie theater.
|Routes through North Miami Beach|
|Fort Lauderdale ← Hallandale Beach ←||N S||→ Miami → END|
|West Palm Beach ← Miami Gardens ←||N S||→ END|
|Fort Lauderdale ← Aventura ←||N S||→ Miami → Key West|