Miami has the highest average temperatures during the winter in the USA, making it a great destination during the cold season. Nicknamed “The Magic City”, its wide variety of entertainment, attractions and food makes Miami one of the greatest tourist centers in the world.
Check a shul’s website or call the contact number to find more specific minyan information.
- Shaare Ezra: 945 41st Street (Arthur Godfrey Rd.) Miami Beach, FL 33140. Phone: 305-674-6690. http://www.shaareezra.com/
- Beth Israel Miami: 770 W 40th St Miami Beach, FL 33140. Phone: 305-538-1251. http://www.bethisraelmiami.org/
- Miami Beach Community Kollel: 3767 Chase Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33140-3419. Phone: 305-532-8991. http://www.miamikollel.com/
- Bais Menachem: 1005 North East 172nd Terrace, North Miami Beach, FL 33162 305-770-4412. http://www.bmnmb.com/
- Congregation Ohr Chaim: 317 West 47th Street Miami Beach, FL 33140. Phone: 305-674-1326. http://www.ohrchaim.org/
- Ohev Shalom Congregation: 7055 Bonita Drive, Miami Beach, Florida http://www.ohevshalom.miami/
- Skylake Synagogue: 1850 NE 183rd Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33179. Phone: 305-945-8712. http://www.skylakesynagogue.com/
- Beit David: 2600 NE 209 St, Aventura, FL 33180. Phone: 305-935-4140. http://www.bdhls.org/
- Chabad in South Beach: 320 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139-8721. Phone: 786-514-9593. http://www.chabadinsouthbeach.com/
- Ahavas Torah: 301 Arthur Godfrey Road (41st Street) Suite 301 Miami Beach, FL 33140. http://www.ahavastorahmb.com/
We provide information, not endorsements. Please do your own research regarding what hechsherim you consider reliable. Additionally, since this information may change frequently, we recommend you always check with the establishments before eating there.
Check here for a list of Miami kosher food options.
Information changes, so please double-check before you visit any of the following locations.
- Hang out in Miami Beach: http://www.discovermiamibeach.com/
- Jungle Island: Day pass starts at $32.95. https://www.jungleisland.com/
- Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: Ages 6-12 $6, adults $18 http://vizcaya.org/
- Deering Estate at Cutler: “Visitors enjoy daily tours of historic homes, hikes through the lush natural areas, opportunities to examine fossils and tools left behind by pre-historic humans, and much more.” http://www.deeringestate.org/
- Frost Science: A planetarium, aquarium and museum. Ages 3-11 $20, adults $28. http://www.frostscience.org/
- Everglades National Park: https://www.nps.gov/ever/index.htm
- Miami Seaquarium: Daily ticket is $35.99 for ages 3-9, $45.99 for adults. https://www.miamiseaquarium.com/
- Bayfront Park: http://www.bayfrontparkmiami.com/
- South Beach: http://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/cities/south-beach.html
- Miami Children’s Museum: $20. https://www.miamichildrensmuseum.org/
- Gold Coast Railroad Museum: ages 2-12 $6, adults $8. http://www.gcrm.org/
- Crandon Park: beach, nature center, tours, boardwalk overlooking fossilized reef, kite rentals and more. http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/crandon.asp
- Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden: ages 6-17 $12, adults $20. http://www.fairchildgarden.org/
- Coral Castle: ages 7-12 $8, adults $18. http://coralcastle.com/