It's the best time of the year to get cozy with your friends and loved ones. Miami and its surroundings have a lot to offer. From ice skating to indoor skydiving, this city has it all. If you are off from work and think you need the weekend to enjoy yourself, then you haven't explored enough.\nIt's time to check out everything that Miami has to offer. With so many possibilities and things to do, we're sure you'll be making new friends.\nExplore the Wynwood Walls\nWhere: 2520 NW 2nd Ave, Miami\nGrab your digital camera and take pictures of this beautiful neighborhood. Many tourists travel from around the world to visit this place. Even if you've been here many times, we assure you that you'll find new murals and art. The place continues to expand and it seems like local artists are always busy painting the walls during business hours. That means you can go in the morning and maybe enjoy some live painting.\n@melissandradezembedded via\nWatch a play at the Microtheatre\nWhere: 1490 Biscayne Blvd, Miami\nThis is a unique venue located downtown. Here you can enjoy mini performances and shows inside shipping containers. Most of the shows are in Spanish but you can enjoy a good drama even if your Spanish is a little rusty. The patio is big and you can enjoy a beer while waiting for the next show.\n@microtheatermiamiembedded via\nWander the Art Deco District\nWhere: 1001 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach\nThere are numerous bars, boutiques, and hotels in Ocean Drive. The Art Deco District originally starts in the 5th street until the Betsey Hotel. However, you can encounter more Art Deco features in the pastel-colored South Beach neighborhood.\email@example.com via\nTake a yoga class at Ahana Yoga\nWhere: 3806 NE 1st Ave, Miami\n@ahanayogaembedded via\nStart your early solo adventure with a yoga class. This is one of the best studios in Miami that has great instructors. Most of the yoga studios have free classes for first-timers.\nStroll the Vizcaya Museum\nWhere: 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami\nThe museum is a mansion with big gardens and hidden paths. Come early so you can enjoy some tea and explore the rest. The main house is where the tour starts and has lots of rooms to explore. It will bring inspiration to the rest of your day.\n@vizcaya_museumembedded via\nBike around Morningside Park\nWhere: 750 NE 55th Terrace, Miami\n@carrolmariemissyembedded via\nThe park is located in a very quiet neighborhood. Not many people actually go here. Rent a bike from Citi Bike to get some picturesque exercise in the park. There is enough space to stretch, run, and enjoy the sunset. There is also a hidden marina where you can enjoy the ocean view.\nVolunteer at Miami-Dade Animal Shelter\nWhere: 3599 NW 79th Ave, Doral\n@miamianimalservembedded via\nIf you like dogs you will enjoy your time here. Maybe you end up adopting one after spending the day at this place. The shelter is one of the biggest in Miami and you can walk the dogs if you join their volunteer program. After all, a dog is a man's best friend.\nEnjoy a tan in South Beach\nIf you have time off, the best thing is to enjoy the warm sand and water. South Beach is always a good idea for those seeking fun.\n@ramonabr_embedded via\nJoin a Miami Culinary Tour\nWhere: 1000 5th St #200, Miami Beach\n@miami_culinary_toursembedded via\nThis tour takes you to the best restaurants in Miami. You will definitely have a satisfied tummy by the end of your day. The tour runs around Miami Design District, Wynwood, and Little Havana.\nIndulge at Azucar Ice Cream\nWhere: 1503 SW 8th St, Miami\n@azucaricecreamembedded via\nTaste the best ice cream and creations at Azucar. This is the only place to try a Celia Cruz ice cream. The Cuban inspired ice cream shop combines the best taste of the Caribbean.\nFeed the peacocks at Flamingo Gardens\nWhere: 3750 S Flamingo Rd, Davie\n@kea575embedded via\nThe garden is home to different bird species. You can feed the flamingos or walk around the park and follow the peacocks. If you want a picture with a peacock without being bitten, get some food. The peacocks will come to you and it will be the best experience of your life.\nGet a free ride on the Miami Trolley\nYou can get a free tour of the city for free. Just wait at one of the trolley stops and hop in for the adventure. The trolley goes around different neighborhoods and locations.\firstname.lastname@example.org via\nEnjoy live music at Bayside Marketplace\nWhere: 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami\n@baysidemarketplaceembedded via\nThere are many options in the marketplace. You can sit down and enjoy the view, go window shopping, or enjoy the daily live shows. Different bands perform every night and you can always make a friend at this location.\nExplore Coral Castle\nThe weird limestone building in Homestead was built by Edward Leedskalnin in 1920. It is nothing like you've ever seen before in Miami. Apparently, Edward lived in this castle without a real kitchen or bed. Come here for the pictures but not for a stay.\n@lena_preadcaembedded via\nBuy fresh fruits at Wynwood Farmer's Market\nThe market welcomes food trucks, local farmers, and different artists. You can either buy fruits or catch a soccer game in their lounge. Imagine a fancy farmer's market with a bar section.\n@wynwoodfarmersmarketembedded via\nVisit the murals at Leah Arts District\nWhere: 1025-, 1055 E 15th St, Hialeah\n@leahartsdistrictembedded via\nMany artists from Wynwood have moved to the Leah Arts District. Why? Because it's more affordable. It's located in Hialeah and the murals are amazing. The district has events going on every month. Discover another side of Miami without the tourist prices from Wynwood.\nSkate at Kendall Ice Arena\nWhere: 10355 Hammocks Blvd, Miami\n@_elyxembedded via\nEnjoy Friday Night Fever on the ice rink. This is a fun way to spend your Friday night on your own. You will never feel alone in the ice rink because it is always full. You will feel like in a dance club as they always play the latest hits.\nRead a book at Bookstore & Kitchen\nWhere: 3444 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove\n@grovebookstoreembedded via\nIf you are looking for a quiet atmosphere, this bookstore will become your favorite. The shop hosts author nights and you can enjoy vegan bites from their kitchen on the patio.\nEnjoy a happy hour at Whole Foods Market\nWhere: 6701 S Red Rd, Coral Gables\n@wholefoodsmiamiembedded via\nThe market is not only for grocery shopping. Whole Foods host events throughout the month for those seeking new experiences. Try their latest beers at one of their happy hour events.\nGo thrifting at Red, White & Blue\nWhere: 12640 NE 6th Ave, Miami\n@creativethirstembedded via\nIt is always fun to find hidden treasures at a thrift store. Red, White & Blue always has interesting clothes and jewelry. Some people are lucky and find designer handbags in good condition and for a great discount.\nEnjoy a signature coffee at Ella Cafe\nWhere: 2591 N Hiatus Rd, Hollywood\n@alixandraflemingembedded via\nThe coffee shop hosts live events and different theme nights. Come by yourself and enjoy one of their signature drinks with macadamia nut milk. That's right! Probably the only coffee shop with that milk option.\nWatch a movie at CMX\nWhere: 701 S Miami Ave 4th Floor, Miami\n@marcnettembedded via\nThis theatre is five stars. The chairs are more comfortable than your couch and they give blankets. You will probably fall asleep after credits. Maybe before.\nJoin poetry night at Tea & Poets\nWhere: 5701 Sunset Dr #126, South Miami\n@teaandpoetseventsembedded via\nThis is a tea house with lots of entertainment and events. You can even perform and read your poem in public. But, if you're too shy, just come and enjoy the performances. Maybe you will meet your next best friend.\nSing karaoke at Sidebar\nWhere: 1025-, 1055 E 15th St, Hialeah\n@icecreamthursdaysembedded via\nThe hip party venue serves up great cocktails and often has live, local bands. Come and sing by yourself and find a new audience.\nRide the entire Metromover\nWhere: Downtown Miami next to Bayside Marketplace\n@_avlas_embedded via\nIf you are really bored, just hop on the Metromover and enjoy the ride. Maybe you will find a new location and gain a different perspective from the city. This is the best way to explore and see what's going on.\nEnjoy summer days at Venetian Pool\nWhere: 2701 De Soto Blvd, Coral Gables\n@gydadrofnembedded via\nThe pool is a Miami staple. Come during the week instead of weekends. The pool has a mini cave with a waterfall. Here you will feel like a mermaid or the king of the sea.\nCatch a laser show at Frost Museum of Science\nWhere: 1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami\n@lauuu_daembedded via\nYou can watch a laser show twice a month in the Frost Planetarium. Some shows play Daft Punk with old-school laser light visuals. This is the best way to escape the Miami heat and fly to another galaxy.\nSmoke cigars on Calle Ocho\nWhere: Calle Ocho\n@aleflo7embedded via\nFor cigar aficionados, come to Calle Ocho and explore the different cigar shops. Learn about each kind and which are the premium brands.\nPaddleboard on Key Biscayne\nWhere: Hobie Beach, Virginia Key - Key Biscayne\n@sup_yoga_miamiembedded via\nEnjoy the sunset with a SUP session. You can enjoy the Miami skyline from the beach and get a good workout. Maybe your friends will get jealous and cancel their plans next time.\nDon't wait for your roommates to make plans. If you are ever running out of ideas, revisit this list and check the different events at each location. Every month, each venue hosts different activities for the public.\nYou will never be bored and you will never have to rely on your friends again.