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Stop At: Go Miami, 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, USA

The Go Miami Card leaves you in control, allowing you to have the best, customized experience possible. The Go Miami Card is available for one, two, three or five days. You may visit as many attractions as you like in one day, but you are limited to visiting each attraction only once per day.

The Go Miami Card also offers a wide variety of free gifts and discounts at some of Miami's best retailers and restaurants.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Big Bus Tours, 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, USA

Your Go Miami pass includes

One day access to all the routes

Live on-board English-speaking guide

Pre-recorded audio commentary

See all of Miami’s highlights at your own pace with a Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour. You’ll take in the sights and, with the help of a English-speaking guide, you'll also get information, history, and tidbits on Miami's most famous spots. O, if you'd prefer, opt for the pre-recorded audio commentary in 12 languages.

Sights at the beach or check out the city architecture, or both with this tour. There are two bus routes, each starting at Central Station, which offer over twenty stops so you can embrace the city in your own time. And what a city it is. Check out the impressive Art-Deco architecture, the iconic buildings that have been used in many films, and the massive ships coming in to dock at the port.

This open top bus offers a comfortable way to travel and is ideal for soaking up some that famous Miami sunshine. Be sure to check out the map before you go and plan your favorite sights to make the most of you tour. Then, once you're ready, hop back on and hit the next hot spot.

Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour routes

Blue Route – starting at Central Station, this route takes you along the coast. There are 17 stops: Central Station, Pérez & Frost Museums, South Beach 1, South Beach 2, Lincoln Road, The Raleigh Hotel, Bass Museum, The Riviera, Riu Hotel, Mosaic at Miami Beach, Holiday Inn Miami Beach, Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach Resort & Spa, Wynwood Walls, Miami Supercar Rooms, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, and Biscayne Blvd.

Red Route – take in all the city sights on this route. There are six stops: Central Station, Vizcaya Museums & Gardens, Little Havana, Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, and Biscayne Boulevard.

Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour highlights

The Barnacle Historic State Park – Miami is more than just beaches. This oasis is the perfect spot to enjoy the natural surroundings, picnicking with friends, or bird watching.

Port of Miami – see the huge cargo ships and the floating hotels in the cruise capital of the world.

Ocean Drive – admire the Art Deco architecture and spot the filming locations on this famous road.

Miami Beach Botanical Garden – this 2.6 acre urban oasis is home to tropical plants, water features, and over 100 species of palm trees.

MacArthur Causeway – get incredible views of the beach and city here.

Alfred I. DuPont Building – you won’t fail to spot this famous rectangular building with art deco embellishments.

Fontainebleau Hotel – this iconic hotel has been a backdrop in dozens of film and television programs.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Island Queen Cruises & Tours, 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, USA

You Go Miami Pass includes

A 90-minute tour to see Miami from the water

Narrated tour in English and Spanish

Take to the clear waters and see Miami’s best bits from the comfort of a yacht. This 90-minute Millionaire’s Row Cruise takes in the homes of the rich and famous, as well as all the sights that the city is famous for, like those long stretches of sandy beach and striking Art Deco buildings.

An expert tour guide will narrate, simultaneously in both English and Spanish, as you sail by Port of Miami, Fisher Island, Miami Beach, Millionaire’s Row and much more. As you pass South Beach, look out for the colorful lifeguard huts and crowds of people sunbathing on the sand. South Beach was the first section of Miami Beach to be developed in the early 1900s and has since become one of the most glamorous places in the city. It’s jam-packed with nightclubs, five-star restaurants, pool clubs, and more.

Next, you’ll see Millionaire’s Row, the stretch of land on Collin’s Avenue made up of Miami’s most luxurious real estate. These houses are more than just houses, they’re compounds and you'll get a taste for how the rich and famous live when you catch a glimpse. The yacht offers an air-conditioned lower deck with picture windows and an open upper deck so you can see the Miami skyline in the fresh air. You can also purchase soft drinks, cocktails and snacks aboard.

Millionaire’s Row Cruise sights

Venetian Islands

Star Island

Port of Miami

Fisher Island

Pam Island

Hibiscus Island

Bayfront Park

American Airlines arena

Bongos Cuban Café

Miami Herald Building

Children’s Museum

Parrot Jungle Island

Miami Beach

South Point Park

Museum of Science

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Duck Tours South Beach, 1661 James Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA

Your Go Miami pass includes

A 90-minute tour to see Miami from the water and the land

Narrated tour in English

See the Art Deco district, the islands and Millionaire's Row

A cruise and a bus tour all wrapped up in one, this Duck Tour is the only way to see Miami. See the sights aboard an amphibious vessel as you take in the city first before heading out to sea to get an up close look at some of the most exclusive properties on the beautiful Biscayne Bay.

You’ll get to see the famous Art Deco District which has been used as a backdrop in many TV shows and movies, see the city sights, then take a dive into the ocean. Keep your eyes peeled for Millionaire’s Row and see how the other half live then catch a glimpse of Star, Hibiscus, Palm Island, and more.

You’ll be accompanied on this 90-minute tour by a knowledgeable tour guide with a professional background in comedy and acting. You’ll get insider knowledge of Miami’s history, fun facts, music, as well as all the best sights the city has to offer.

Miami Duck Tour sights

Art Deco District – get your cameras at the ready, this part of Miami will get you plenty of social media-worthy shots. Nicknamed the ‘Art Deco Playground’, there are over 800 building in this area in pastel-hued Art Deco style.

Fisher Island – just three miles off the coast of Miami, this tropical oasis is only accessible by ferry.

Millionaire’s Row – the clues in the name here, spot some exquisite mansions and maybe even a star or two.

Star Island – talking of stars, this impressive island is home to a couple too.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Zoo Miami, 12400 SW 152nd St, Miami, FL 33177-1402

Entry with your Go Miami pass includes

Animal feedings, talks, and shows

3,000 animals and over 1,200 plants from across the globe

Access to the largest Asian-themed aviary in the western hemisphere

Meet unique animal species and discover rare plant life at Zoo Miami. It's home to more than 3,000 animals and over 1,200 plants and trees from Africa, Asia, the Amazon, and Australia. You'll explore five themed zones and come face-to-face with jaguars, lions, elephants, bears, camels, and many more species from across the globe.

There’s so much to do and see here. Along with the animal exhibits, there are feedings to watch and zookeeper talks where you can learn about the zoo's conservation efforts and how the animals are cared for.

You can also learn all about animals closer to home in an exhibit focusing on the incredible creatures native to Florida. You'll see black bears, bald eagles, crocodiles, and more and get to check out their habitat .

Zoo Miami highlights

Wings of Asia Aviary – the largest Asian-themed aviary in the western hemisphere is home to hundreds of free-flying birds along with gorillas, chimps, tree-kangaroos, frogs, snakes, meerkats, and more.

Florida: Mission Everglades – meet some of the incredible creatures that call Florida home. Experience coastal mangrove marshes to vast grasslands, and see North American Black Bears, Bobcats, Bald eagles, American Crocodiles, Roseate Spoonbills, and American Alligators.

Jungle Journey Playground – kids can run around and play in this animal-themed play area. It's half-jungle, half-water park, and a whole lot of fun.

Critter Connection - feed camels, stroke barnyard animals, and learn about native and exotic creatures from around the world.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Jet Boat Miami, inside the Sea Isle Marina, 1635 N Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33132, USA

Your Go Miami Pass includes

30-minute thrill ride tour

Reach speeds up to 45mph

See all the Miami sights

Part tour, part water ride, and a whole lot of thrill, this attraction is an adrenaline seekers dream. This 30-minute ride will see you bouncing across the waves, twisting, and turning as you race past the sights.

Start your tour at Sea Isle Marina where you’ll hop aboard and get ready for this roller coaster of the sea. Each jet boat features two turbines and hundreds of horsepower for your captains to perform exciting tricks on the water. All at a speed of 45-mph.

In addition to Miami's best sights, you can also expect a soaking on this tour. Dress accordingly as as you enjoy the 360-degree twists, side drifting, leaps, tight turns, pivots, and high-speed bursts. It’s one not to be missed on your Miami vacation.

Jet Boat Miami sights

Downtown Miami

San Marco Island

Star Island

Hibiscus Island

Memorial Island

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Jungle Island, 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132-1611

Entry with your Go Miami pass includes

General admission to the attraction and shows

See exotic birds, big cats, and more

Animal lovers won't want to miss a trip to Jungle Island, an intimate zoological park located in the heart of Miami. Head to this favorite South Florida landmark and you'll get to see some of the world's rarest and most exotic animals up close.

You'll get an immersive, real-life jungle experience centered on adventure, animals, discovery, and play. You’ll see engaging animal shows, informative exhibits, and tropical surroundings, all whilst learning more about the incredible creatures that live here. See an Andean condor, big cats, primates, and much more.

And there’s more to the island than just animals, check out the newly renovated Treetop Ballroom and picturesque outdoor spaces including a private beach.

Jungle Island highlights

Winged Wonders – head to this fascinating exhibit and you'll discover some of the world’s most interesting birds including an Andean condor, stunt-performing macaws, and many other amazing feathered friends.

Wild Encounter – learn about some of the jungle’s most respected animals - big cats.This presentation is produced by T.I.G.E.R.S., The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species, an international big cat conservation educational organization.

Wild Adventures – find out more about the jungle's most rare and unusual residents

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Gray Line Miami, 815 NW 57th Ave # 217, Miami, FL 33126, USA

Your Go Miami pass includes

Round trip bus transportation from Miami Beach and Downtown Miami Hotels

English-speaking guide

Free time in Key West from around 11:30AM to 5PM

If you want to make the most of the Florida scenery, there’s only one way to do it, with a road trip to Key West. There’s so much to see on this trip and the journey is half the fun. You’ll cross 42 bridges and hop 32 islands before reaching the southernmost city in the continental U.S., Key West.

Once you’ve arrived you’ll be swept away by the Caribbean atmosphere, street artists, outdoor cafes, and restaurants. There’s plenty of time for you to explore the beautiful surroundings with around five hours to wander the streets of this picturesque town. You could visit the Hemingway House, take a trolley or train tour, go on a kayaking eco adventure, chill out on the beach, or go a dolphin-watching cruise. There are no pre-set activities included during this time so you can pick and choose depending on your interests.

Your itinerary might be free but there’s one thing you must do - grab a slice of famous key lime pie and enjoy. Once your time in Key West has come to an end you’ll head back to the coach for a comfortable return journey, enjoying the scenery as the sun sets over the ocean.

Duration: 16 hours

Stop At: Miami Watersports, 3400 Pan American Drive Pier 9, Slip 24, Miami, FL 33133, USA

Admission with your Go Miami pass includes

The choice between kayaking or paddle boarding

All necessary safety equipment

Get ready for a day of adventure and fun splashing around the waters of Miami. With Miami Water sports tickets, you’ll have your choice of paddle boarding or kayaking around Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove. It’s the perfect way to get around to the islands of Biscayne Bay.

For those who choose to kayak, you’ll be able to hop in a kayak alone or paddle with a friend. The Miami Water sports staff will provide you with life vests and paddles and will walk you through the rules of operating the vessel. Once you’ve got your paddling patterns down, you can hop in the kayak and flit around the bay.

For paddle boarders, you’ll have to operate the board solo. Paddle boards look relatively similar to surf boards, but they’re much larger and lighter. They offer the floating capabilities of a kayak with all the fun of a surf board. You’ll stand at the center of your board and using upper body and core strength, you’ll navigate around the water all while standing up!

The calm waters of Dinner Key Marina make for the perfect conditions. Swimmers and paddlers of all skill levels will be able to manage navigating the waters, as the marina is completely protected from the strong currents of the ocean. You’ll be able to float, swim, and splash just as much as you’d like in the warm blue water.

Once on the water, you can go anywhere you want! Paddle out to deeper to swim, stop at one of the bay’s tropical islands to have a picnic, or explore the coral gables water way. With your Miami Water sports ticket, you’ll be able to spend the whole day soaking in the sun and taking in the peaceful surroundings of Dinner Key Marina.

Duration: 8 hours

Stop At: Everglades Alligator Farm, 40351 SW 192 Ave, Homestead, FL 33034-6901

Entry with your Go Miami pass includes

Access to the Alligator Farm's exhibits

An airboat ride across the Everglades

Come face-to-face with some of South Florida's deadliest creatures on this thrilling tour of the Florida Everglades. You'll see over 2,000 alligators at the Everglades Alligator Farm before hopping on an airboat and cruising across the waters in search for more unique species.

The Everglades National Park is home to exotic snakes, crocodiles, turtles and native birds, and you'll get the chance to see them all on your guided tour of the area. Whizz across the shallow waters enjoying views of the marshlands and rivers of grass. Your guide will provide the commentary as you go and point out all the creatures along the way.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Bike and Roll Miami, 210 10th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA

Your Go Miami pass includes

Full-day bike rental

Helmet, lock, and map with suggested routes

Discover Miami's under-the-radar hot spots by taking a self-guided cycling tour around the city. With a full day's bike rental, you'll have ample time to tick off Miami's top sights, and the lesser known ones too. Ride down Miami Beach's ocean-front path, explore the Venetian causeway, the Art Deco district, Coconut Grove, South Beach, and more.

Your full-day bike rental includes a 21-speed Trek Verve comfort bike, a map with suggested routes, a helmet, and lock.

Bike and Roll tour highlights

Art Deco district

Lincoln Road Mall

Venetian causeway

Little Havana

Coconut Grove

Duration: 8 hours

Stop At: Miami Children's Museum, 980 Macarthur Cswy, Miami, FL 33132-1604

Entry with your Go Miami pass includes

14 interactive, themed exhibits to enjoy

Giant sandcastle, construction zone, and music studio

Costumes to dress up in

This state-of-the-art children's museum boasts 14 galleries full of unique interactive exhibits that all the family can enjoy. Kids will love clambering over a giant sandcastle, putting their construction skills to the test, and dressing up as police officers, firemen, and more.

There are also exhibits like Bank, Supermarket, and the Health & Wellness Center that give little ones the chance to learn about real-life situations. Animal lovers will enjoy Pet Central, where they see how pets should be cared for and receive education about how important regular vet visits can be.

Miami Children's Museum highlights

Music Makers Studio – kids can explore and play a variety of instruments in this immersive, audio visual studio. There's a floor piano and plenty of multi-sensory sound-making implements to play.

Castle of Dreams – this two-story castle made from sand and colored glass has a winding slide, stairs, and places to climb around.

Construction Zone – kids can use a crane, a bulldozer, wheel barrels, and more in this building station zone.

Health & Wellness Center – this exhibit is all about virtual sports and fitness activities. Try long jump, high jump, a muscle station, and an obstacle course.

Cruise Ship – little ones can board a real cruise ship and build a model out of LEGO.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Perez Art Museum Miami, 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132-1758

Admission with your Go Miami pass includes

Access to permanent and temporary exhibitions

Guided 45-minute tour

Family pack to entertain for children

Explore a Miami landmark and learn about modern and contemporary international art at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). Browse through exhibitions which highlight Greater Miami’s diverse community and pivotal geographic location, and admire the architecture of the museum itself. Make the most of your museum experience with a free 45-minute, expert-led tour to see all the best bits.

The PAMM was designed by Pritzker Prize winning architects Herzog & de Meuron and opened in December 2013. It offers an educational and civic forum for the county’s residents and visitors alike. Explore the 200,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor waterfront space, alongside spectacular views of Biscayne Bay and the elaborate hanging gardens.

This museum proves particularly popular with children. Head to the visitors desk to request a family pack and little ones will be entertain with activity sheets, pencils, puzzles, and scavenger hunts that strategically take you through the galleries.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Sawgrass Recreation Park, 1006 North, US-27, Weston, FL 33029, USA

Your Go Miami pass includes

30-minute airboat ride through the Everglades

Access to Sawgrass Recreation Park

Entry to the Glades Exhibit

Ride through Everglades National Park on an authentic airboat, and see Florida’s most famous creature – the alligator. Your speedy 30-minute ride will whizz you across the marshlands to all the best animal-sighting spots where you might get to see crocodiles, alligators, exotic snakes, birds, and more.

After your whistle-stop speedboat tour you'll get to explore the Sawgrass Recreation Park where there are loads of resident native creatures including shy turtles, iguanas, baby alligators and a 1000 lb resident alligator named Cannibal. You'll also have access to the Glades Exhibit where you can learn all about the history of the Everglades and meet some farmyard animals too. Sawgrass is home to Peking ducks, pot-bellied pigs, bunnies, chickens, peacocks, and more.

Sawgrass Recreation Park highlights

Reptiles – See a 1,000 lb resident alligator up close and dozens of other swamp species at Sawgrass, both native and exotic to Florida. There are turtles, iguanas and many more and you might get the chance to handle some of the creatures too. Watch the iguanas nibble on star fruit, enjoy a mist shower, and get a photo with a baby alligator.

Glades Exhibit – watch 'Our Everglades Story' and learn all about the history of the area and local conservation efforts. You'll also meet an array of farmyard animals. There are Peking ducks called Joey and Chandler, Himalayan rabbits called Queenie, Jimmy and Timmy, and three huge pot-bellied pigs named Jack, Wilbur, and Lefty.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Gator Park, 24050 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33194, USA

Your Go Miami pass includes

Airboat tour around the Everglades

The chance to see alligators, snakes, turtles, and birds

Experience a thrilling ride across the Everglades and learn all about the wetlands and its native inhabitants. There’s so much to see including, of course, plenty of gators. You'll pass a replica fishing camp and a palm and cypress wood structure called a chickee used by Native Americans. Then, you'll pick up speed and head through the tall sawgrass, which covers so much space that you’ll feel like you’re in an open prairie.

Your experienced, professional guide will be on hand to help you spot alligators, soft-shelled turtles, and exotic wading birds while providing the lively commentary. Keep your eyes peeled for the native snakes that also live in the waters, including the Blackpine, Brooks Kingsnake, Florida Kingsnake and Red Ratsnake.

Out here there's no dry land, except for the tree covered islands called hammocks where mammals such as raccoons, whitetail deer, and wild boar live. Once you’ve had your fill of animal spotting, you’ll head to the Gator Park. You’ll learn how Native Americans wrestled alligators.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: 2003 Lion Country Safari Rd, Loxahatchee, FL 33470-3977

Entry with your Go Miami pass includes

Access to the drive-through and walk-through safari

Rides, water slides and paddle boats

A must-visit for animal lovers, the Lion Country Safari is two parks in one. You’ll enjoy a drive-through safari, spotting over 900 free-roaming animals, before getting a little closer to the creatures in the walk-through safari. See everything from big cats to ostriches, wildebeest, zebra, and more.

The four-mile drive-through safari is America’s first wildlife preserve divided into seven themed areas focusing on different natural habitats. You'll travel through national park-style habitats, lush African scenery, and huge plains with rhinos, lions, wildebeests, and more coming within inches of your vehicle.

After the driving safari, you can then go on foot to Safari World Amusement Park for a more hands-on experience. There’s plenty to do here with animal encounters including bird feeding and a petting zoo. You can also jump on a range of rides including a kid’s train, carousel, paddle boats, water sprayground, water slides, and more.

Lion Country Safari highlights

Las Pampas – this South America-themed grassland is home to tortoises, tapir, alpaca, and pelicans.

Ruaha National Park – explore the African wilderness and come face-to-horn with greater kudu, impala and ostrich.

Kalahari Bushveldt – see Nile lechwe, ostrich, and the Scimitar-Horned Oryx, an antelope extinct in the wild.

Gir Forest – check out the rare Asiatic Water Buffalo, Nilgai, the largest Asian antelope and the minuscule Blackbuck antelope.

The Gorongosa Reserve – the highlight of the safari, see the impressive African lions in all their glory.

The Serengeti Plains – spot the eland, the largest African antelope, ostrich, wildebeest, common waterbuck, and more.

Hwange National Park – see Southern white rhinos which, despite the name, are actually more gray. There’s also zebra, chimpanzee, gibbons, giraffe, and more.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Wynwood, 50 NW 24th St Suite 104, Miami, FL 33127-4447

Your Go Miami Pass includes

One-hour tour around Wynwood

A knowledgeable guide to show you all the sights

Gear up and join a one-hour guided group adventure that’s part-cycling challenge and part-trolley ride through Miami’s trendy Wynwood neighborhood on the Cycle Party Wynwood Miami Insta Tour. Aboard this 15-person party bike you’ll get to see the amazing art the area has to offer while your travel guide, aka your ‘Cycle Party Pilot,’ will provide an educational and totally entertaining experience with historical facts, fun music, and insightful knowledge of the area.

Travel back in time to Miami circa 1917 to explore a decade of history and learn all about the industries particularly art and fashion. You’ll also hear about the individuals that transformed this ‘Barrio’ into the vibrant, flourishing city enclave it is today. And don't forget your camera, there will be plenty of opportunity for get some great pictures.

Known for its artwork district, restaurants, breweries, boutique and high-end shops, and clubs, Wynwood is one of Miami’s trendiest neighborhoods. This unique tour is a must-see for visitors who want to experience the cutting-edge Miami culture.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Key Largo Princess Glass Bottom Boat, 99701 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037, USA

Your Go Miami pass includes

Glass bottom boat tour around Fort Lauderdale

Optional snorkling around a spectacular coral reef

Snorkel, mask, fins, and a snorkel vest

Come face-to-fin with South Florida’s marine life and explore a colorful underwater paradise. Whether you love being in the water, or love being on the water, you’ll enjoy this boat excursion to Fort Lauderdale’s beautiful coral reef.

You’ll head to Ft. Lauderdale Twin Ledges aboard Sea Experience’s 45-foot, fully-outfitted catamaran before dropping anchor for an hour for you to see what lies beneath. It’s not uncommon to see sea turtles, rays, and, of course, plenty of colorful, tropical fish. This stretch of shoreline is the closest to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, meaning the temperatures are perfect for snorkeling and a gentle breeze will cool you off when you’re sunbathing deck on sun.

Glass Bottom Snorkel trips depart daily at 10.15AM and 2.15PM, and you’ll get a snorkel, mask, fins, and a snorkel vest included. Beverages and snacks are sold on board, and beginners are just as welcome as pro snorkelers. Or, if you don't fancy getting wet, you can stay onboard and look through the boat’s large glass observation floor window. Don’t forget to bring sunblock, your bathing suit, a towel and your camera.

Duration: 4 hours

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