You've researched a bunch of spots to bring your girlfriend but nothing stands out. Impressing your bae can be a challenge if you don't know the coolest places. South Florida is full of hidden gems for the adventurous, the hipster, the cool mom, and the influencer. The best thing about summer in SoFlo is the variety of free activities and free events.\nThere's also some pretty special places for those wanting to go the extra mile and spend some bucks. Miami is a mecca for just about everything. No matter if you run out of ideas, there is always the next new thing happening in town.\nIf you want to impress your girl and have the best night of your life, you should check out this list and save those ideas in your pocket when you want to improvise a night out. She will appreciate your sense of creativity and get bonus points!\nFlamingo Gardens\nWhere: 3750 S Flamingo Rd, Davie\n@dariaromashaembedded via\nInsert flamingo emoji here. If you want your girlfriend to love you for the rest of the weekend, take her to this paradise. Animals run wild here and you will get to interact with flamingoes, peacocks, and ducks. Also, there is a tour of the gardens where you can see other magical creatures.\nWebsite\nRooftop\nWhere: 1 W Las Olas Blvd Suite 700, Fort Lauderdale\n@rooftop1wloembedded via\nLet bae show her pong skills during happy hour at Rooftop Las Olas. This place is urban chic and is basically a rooftop garden. You can feed her the whole menu with their half off specials every day.\nWebsite\nVicky's House\nWhere: 3190 Commodore Plaza, Miami\n@spencerfreakinthompsonembedded via\nIf she's into sweets and born in the 80's take her to a milkshake bar. This place just screams Stranger Things. Plus, they have the best milkshakes ever. You can create your own or have a specialty milkshake such as "E.T Goes to the Movies to Watch The Goonies."\nErotic Art Museum\nWhere: 1205 Washington Ave, Miami Beach\n@morganjudeembedded via\nSpend an afternoon looking at unique artifacts and learning about erotic history. If she has an open mind, loves reading/watching 50 Shades of Grey and likes to learn new things, she will appreciate it. Who knows? You might even get some ideas for yourself.\nYellow Green Farmer's Market\nWhere: 1940 N 30th Rd, Hollywood\n@vanessazambitoembedded via\nSpend a Saturday morning picking up fresh fruits and veggies at this massive farmer's market. You can get some ideas from local farmers and cook something when you get back home. A place for vegans, meatlovers, and sweethearts.\nCinéBistro\nWhere: 3450 Northwest 83rd Avenue #212, Doral\n@thefashionpoetembedded via\nCatch a blockbuster film at this movie-and-dine theatre. The chairs are super comf and go all the way back. No matter where you sit you will have the perfect view and bae won't hesitate to lay her head on your shoulders.\nParanoia Miami\nWhere: 2602 NW 5 Ave, Miami\n@miamihiddengemsembedded via\nMake her laugh and scream at this haunted house in Wynwood. If you think Halloween was over then you are wrong. It's just getting started. Your fears will become reality in this thriller experience. A great excuse to have bae holding you all the time.\nPhillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science\nWhere: 1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami\n@thefashionpoetembedded via\nEnjoy the sound of the ocean at this relaxing museum. This place has perfect selfie spots and a rooftop observation deck to watch the sunset. The jellyfish, planetarium, and The Oculus offer the best photoshoot experience.\nBall and Chain\nWhere: 1513 SW 8th St, Miami\n@visualbliss_embedded via\nShow her your salsa moves at this world-famous dancing club. They have the best live music, mojitos, and dance instructors. If you go on a Thursday you can take a free class and practice some dance moves with your sweetheart before the real party begins.\nIsaac Farms\nWhere: 18800 SW 177th Ave, Miami\n@radlibrarianembedded via\nPick some succulents and cacti for your shared home. This place has a variety of rare and exotic plants perfect for your balcony. Gift her a plant and show how much she means to you.\nCoral Castle\nWhere: 28655 S Dixie Hwy, Homestead\n@deeneuhardtembedded via\nThe story behind this limestone structure is super melodramatic. Edward built it in honor of her fiancée. The sad part is that she ever showed up at the wedding. Show your girlfriend your love is stronger than Edward's S/O at this strange castle.\nFreehand Miami\nWhere: 2727 Indian Creek Dr, Miami Beach\n@sssslasembedded via\nFor a more laidback activity, head to this hostel in Miami Beach. Freehand Miami has the cutest tropical-inspired bar and craft cocktails. You can also enjoy the pool if it gets too hot. Locals love coming to this secret spot.\nCoconut Grove Park\nWhere: 2400 S Bayshore Dr, Miami\n@elnuevoheraldembedded via\nWalk her puppy around the dog park in Coconut Grove. You can also pack a picnic with rosé included. At the end of the park there's a pier where you can watch the best sunsets.\nMorikami Museum and Japanese Gardens\nWhere: 4000 Morikami Park Rd, Delray Beach\n@morikamimuseumembedded via\nEat sushi and stroll around the Morikami gardens. Get a taste of real Japanese culture without leaving SoFlo. Get the best sushi and boba tea, and sit at one of the best secret gardens. The place is a labyrinth, so get lost and steal a kiss.\nEast Miami Sugar\nWhere: 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami\n@veronicadamasembedded via\nSugar is always fun and has the best view of Miami. The only recommendation is that you go during sunset. Get all romantic with her and show her how big the world is.\nLiving Color Garden Center\nWhere: 3691 Griffin Rd, Fort Lauderdale\n@miamihiddengemsembedded via\nTell your girlfriend to bring flats before coming here. This garden is not exactly a garden. It has over 5 acres of roses, cacti, flowers, and plants. You can spend an entire day here just taking pictures and choosing which plant goes better with your walls.\nWynwood Walls\nWhere: 2520 NW 2nd Ave, Miami\n@massielozzieembedded via\nThis place is perfect for creative girls. Each art wall at Wynwood has a meaning and history. You will probably never catch an artist painting the wall, but you will see a new mural monthly. If you get hungry you can also visit their restaurant inside.\nElla Cafe Plantation\nWhere: 9743 W Broward Blvd, Plantation\n@noorkhvnembedded via\nBest coffee shop in town. Whether is your first date or tenth, Ella is the place to have an intimate conversation and sip on iced tea lattes. Order their hazelnut Ella with macadamia nut milk. She will fall in love at first sip.\nRestoration Hardware\nWhere: 560 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach\n@lyfeofmarshembedded via\nEvery woman loves interior design and a good meal. Daydream of your future home together at this furniture store. The rooftop restaurant offers a great ambiance and view of West Palm Beach. The brunch is exquisite. You will feel right at home.\nCauley Square Historic Village\nWhere: 22400 Old Dixie Hwy, Miami\n@rubiofitnessembedded via\nGet a glimpse of history at this old South Florida village. You can spend the afternoon strolling around the gardens, shopping at antique boutiques, and sipping tea at "The Tea Room." The romantic setting will connect you with your girlfriend.\nSeaspice\nWhere: 422 NW North River Dr, Miami\n@amandafrancozooficialembedded via\nTake her to dinner with a view. Seaspice is for the seafood lover and mermaid at heart. You can arrive by boat or car and enjoy the Miami River while sipping some prosecco. It is also a great place to celebrate her birthday.\nKnaus Berry Farm\nWhere: 15980 SW 248th St, Homestead\n@thefashionbuffetembedded via\nStrawberry fields are forever, especially when she is picking the best strawberries. This farm also has the best cinnamon buns and other fresh fruits. Go early to avoid long lines and get the best harvest.\nPueblito Paisa Ranch\nWhere: 17480 SW 232nd St, Miami\n@sennieembedded via\nFor typical homemade Colombian food, go to this lovely ranch. Its colorful architecture will motivate you to take pictures. If she's into experiences, then discover South America at this spot.\nUmbrella Sky Project\nWhere: 100 Giralda Ave, Coral Gables\n@journeyswithcandiembedded via\nYou will have all the Mary Poppins feelings at this installation in Coral Gables. Impress your girlfriend with a street full of skittle umbrellas. Go early in the morning so you can catch the best light and no people in the background.\nVizcaya Museum\nWhere: 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami\n@vizcayamiamiembedded via\nThis is actually an old Florida estate with lots of history. Get lost in the Vizcaya gardens with your girlfriend and try to find the secret pool. You might want to jump in and swim in one of Miami's oldest mansion.\nAnn's Florist & Coffee Bar\nWhere: 1003 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale\n@annsfloristandflowerbarembedded via\nYou can't go wrong with flowers and brew. This is the best place for first dates, or to grab a dessert with your girlfriend. Sip on a cappuccino at the rose table and impress her with dozen roses from the shop.\nFire & Ice Bar\nWhere: 1672 Collins Ave, Miami Beach\n@honeyngoldembedded via\nEscape the heat and humidity at this indoor igloo in Miami Beach. Cool off with special cocktails and enjoy the weather Miami can't offer. This is the most secretive spot on the list, and you will feel in another country without leaving the beach.\nBayside Marketplace\nWhere: 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami\n@sharmatoishiembedded via\nSituated in the middle of Downtown Miami, Bayside offers the perfect view of the bay. You can also take pictures with the parrots or simply enjoy one of the best mojitos in town.\nPlan adventures with your girlfriend and show her how beautiful her city is. Each spot has a unique vibe and offers a different experience. Whether is eating, watching a movie, or strolling around a garden, Miami has it all.\nIt is the perfect city to escape daily life hustles and find some zen. Coordinate with your bae a long weekend and choose your favorites from the list. The best thing is that most of these places are low-budget or free. The more you impress your girlfriend the better chance you'll get bonus points..