This pedestrian-only street in Miami Beach is ideal for travelers of all ages. Lined with shops and restaurants, you'll can choose from Cuban food, sushi, or just skip straight to dessert, as Lincoln Road is home to plentiful ice cream shops and gelaterias.
This park abuts the southernmost stretch of South Beach. While all of Miami Beach is known for its wide expanses of clean white sand, this particular stretch is recommended for families thanks to Lummus Park's children's playground and freshwater stations for rinsing off sand at the end of a long day of fun in the sun. Lummus Park is also right next to the Art Deco Historic District, a colorful, charming section of South Beach where you'll find plenty of restaurants.
Head to Biscayne Bay and you'll find Watson Island, which was practically made for kids. Here you'll find Jungle Island, a theme park that's home to over 3,000 species of flora and fauna and also offers a play area, petting zoo, and walking trails. Additionally on Watson Island, you can visit the Miami Children's Museum, a huge, fantastic interactive museum that also offers classes and musical performances.