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Wynwood Walls

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Launched during Art Basel, what began as a few commissioned murals to beautify the area has morphed into the city’s only outdoor street art park, featuring more than 40 murals from a roster of world-renowned artists, including Shepard Fairey, Ryan McGuinness, Kenny Scharf, How and Nosm, Faile, Retna, the Date Farmers and Liqen.In late 2012, a

  1. NW 2nd Avenue, between NW 25th and 26th Streets
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Arch Creek Park & Museum

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Created around a natural limestone bridge formation that was once part of an important Indian trail, this small park has a museum and nature center containing artifacts left by natives as they passed over the arched bridge. Naturalists are on hand to point out native birds, animals and insects. It’s a perfect place for gazing at the natural

  1. 1855 NE 135th Street, at Biscayne Boulevard
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RF Orchids

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South Florida has a thriving orchid industry, and RF Orchids is its most renowned nursery. In fact, its owner, Robert Fuchs, was dubbed "the king of the orchids" by author Susan Orleans in her book The Orchid Thief. Fuchs has created a lavish kingdom: an oasis of exotic blooms with winding pathways, palms and fish ponds. Orchids are available for

  1. 28100 SW 182nd Avenue, at SW 280th Street
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