Miami Children’s Museum
Looking to save some money without having to stay home? Give the television a break and take advantage, South Florida, for May is Museum Month.
Miami has a plethora of museums, but not all are worth the trip. Find out which museums are essential for anyone living in or visiting Miami, and expand your cultural awareness.
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It’s too easy for time-strapped moms to neglect time for themselves and lose touch with friends. These area groups offer fun with fellow moms who get the ups and downs of parenthood. They also offer options for moms to up the ante with those parenting skills and find help when mommy woes become overwhelming.
At 56,500 square feet, Miami is home to one of the 10 largest children’s museums in the United States. To avoid getting lost, use this guide on your next visit to the Miami Children’s Museum and stay in the know.
There won’t be a blue moon over Miami but blue buildings lighting up the South Florida skyline as part of a global initiative to raise awareness for autism.
A mischievous Cat in a hat, along with his two cohorts in fun – Thing One & Thing Two – will be on hand Monday at the Miami Children’s Museum to help celebrate the birthday of their creator Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.
No set plans this weekend? How about a visit to one of South Florida’s museums—and if you have Bank of America or Merrill Lynch—you won’t have to pay to enter.