Spring Break Activities for Kids in Miami
February 04, 2011

March Spring Break for Kids in Miami

Uhhhhh, no school, no books or teachers--add to that the luxury of getting out of bed late...what a luxury! After a long and cold winter semester, Spring Break is so looked forward to by kids and teens that we just had to come up with some fun things for them to do in Miami and environs. Whether you're visiting or living in Southern Florida, this Spring Break guide should help you make the most of your children's week of off school:

Hit The Malls
Bal Harbour Shops has gained enviable distinction as one of the most prestigious fashion Mecca in the world. Anchored by Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, it offers a unique blend of internationally renowned shops and high-end restaurants.

Indulge yourself at Bayside - the best food, fun, and shopping Miami has to offer. Whether you are interested in the vibrant marketplace, exotic restaurants, daily live entertainment or national brand name stores, Bayside‘s wealth of activity offers something for everyone.

Coco Walk: Find a myriad of interesting stores including Coco Paris, Victoria‘s Secret, and Express, among 40 others in this three-store, open air venue. Hanging out and people-watching is somewhat of a pastime here. The stores stay open almost as late as the popular restaurants and clubs. Plus, there‘s a 16-screen movie theater.

Lincoln Road Mall: This is a very prominent mall with 112 stores, including Marshall´s, Old Navy Outlet, Ross, T Maxx and Home Depot, movies and food court. It is especially geared to international tourists.

Hit the Theme Parks
Airboat Tour through the Everglades: Journey into Nature’s secretly preserved wilderness made up of 1.2 million acres of grasslands and hardwood hammocks aboard the SAFARI airboat...

Real live dinosaurs are taking up residence at Miami Metrozoo‘s American Bankers Family Aviary Wings of Asia. The story is that Tyrannosaurus rex is a relative of the tiny Mandarin duck!

Monkey Jungle: When Joseph DuMond, an inquisitive animal behaviorist, released six monkeys into the wilds of a dense South Florida hammock in 1933, he didn’t realize his endeavors would help shape the attitudes of many in the primatological and zoological fields...

Hit The Beach
Bal Harbour Beach: This island to the north of Miami Beach is a mostly private enclave that houses the rich and famous...

Named after the late Miami newspaper editor who championed this area for a state park, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is part of a large barrier island ecosystem...

Crandon Park‘s beautiful two-mile beach is consistently named among the top ten beaches in the nation. It is one of the most popular recreation destinations in all of Miami-Dade County, enjoyed by millions of residents and tourists each year...

Movie stars and models on fashion shoots are just the start of the beautiful sights to be seen on Miami Beach. Sultry and pulsating, Miami Beach is non-stop fun from white-sand beaches to international bistros...

Eat Out
Fritz and Franz Bierhaus: Give your teen a taste of German culture at Fritz and Franz Bierhaus in Coral Gables, Florida...

Senor Frog’s: A virtual hot sport for teens and college students, Senor Frog’s is generally filled to overflowing with a young, hip crowd clamoring for its excellent selection of Tex-Mex favorites, such as chimichangas, tacos, burritos, and fajitas...

Van Dyke Cafe: Spend a morning lounging around on Lincoln Road at the Van Dyke Café chit chatting with family over brunch...

The Melting Pot: The Melting Pot does one thing, but does it better than anyone: fondue. If your kids are unfamiliar with this delightful Swiss cooking process, bring them along and watch their eyes light up as they realize that they’ll be preparing their own food...

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