7 Exciting Unusual Things To Do In Miami This Fall

7 Exciting Unusual Things To Do In Miami This Fall

Miami is a top tourist destination in South Florida because of its stunning beaches, pleasant weather, history, culture, sports, and entertainment.

Downtown Miami is a thriving modern city and cultural mecca that is divided from the Atlantic Ocean by Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach.

If you are coming to Miami this fall, consider these unusual activities to do when in town! 

Spend time with cats at the Cat’s Meow Cafe

The Cat's Meow Café
Credit: The Cat’s Meow Café (Facebook)

Visitors have the opportunity to visit the Cat’s Meow Cafe to hang out and socialize with adoptable cats from a nearby rescue.

Everyone benefits because you get to spend time with these gorgeous animals while the cats wait for their forever homes and receive lots of love and socialization. Reservations are advised and tickets can be purchased online.

Go On A Ghost Tour

Miami Haunts offers city tours that explore the city’s eerie past. Even if you do not believe in the paranormal, this tour is entertaining because it includes historical crimes and ghost stories. Tickets can be purchased online.

Visit Perez Art Museum

Perez Art Museum Miami is a contemporary museum that exhibits the works of artists from around the world, from the Americas to Africa. With approximately 2,000 works in its collection, viewing the diverse and exquisite art this museum houses can be a relaxing way to spend the day. Tickets can be purchased online.

Spot Manatees

Manatee sightings are common at Black Point Park and Marina, and late October is among the finest times to watch them.

Manatee season in Florida is traditionally regarded as being from November to March, when these magnificent creatures approach the shore in search of tropical temperatures.

Swim in The Venetian Pool

The Venetian swimming pool cannot be compared to any other public pool due to its detailed construction.

Information on admission can be found here. The swimming pool is open until the end of November. 

Check Out The Tinez Farms Fall Festival

This family-friendly event has something for everyone. Bouncy houses, an animal barnyard, and, of course, a pumpkin patch are among the attractions. Tickets can be purchased online.

Visit the Botanical Gardens

Even though Miami Beach is best known for its nightlife, the botanical gardens provide a wonderful, less crowded activity. This is a terrific area to spend some time this fall, whether you are a fan of nature or just looking for a little peace and quiet on an otherwise busy trip.