Multi-cultural Miami might be best known for its soft sandy edges and splash parties, but venture inland long enough to enjoy the area's historic Art Deco architecture, contemporary arts scene and museum selection between bar-hopping and moonlighting at local clubs.
Thought a tropical hammock was something you snoozed in while vacationing at the beach? Think again - a tropical hammock is actually an ecosystem in southern Florida that shelters a range of animal and plantlife you won't find anywhere else in the United States. That's where gumbo-limbo - both a tree, and the name of an environmental complex - comes into the picture. Explore coastal dunes, outdoor aquariums, a butterfly garden and take in views from a 40-foot high observation tower as part of your educational adventure at the Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex in Red Reef Park, situated on the barrier island east of Boca Raton.
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