Things to do at Night
Night Tour with Big Bus Miami
Kendall Ice Arena
Because of its tropical climate, Miami may never see the fall of snow anytime soon. Nevertheless, that does not have to mean that aspiring ice skaters in Miami should give up their hobby. The Kendall Ice Arena is here to help. The amazing venue that the Kendall Ice Arena brings is an excellent replica of your winter fantasy right here in tropical Miami.
Although Miami doesn't have a Rockefeller Center, an ice-covered pond, or even a college ice hockey rink. The Kendall Ice Arena more than makes up for it with its state of the art ice skating technology. The neighborhood rink, a local fixture since 2000, offers open skating every night (hours vary), so you can bring your friends and family to a couple of hours of fun gliding through the chilly arena. They also have great music playing at a good volume with top hits that keeps the skaters going.
Cheers to the many various young adult movies, ice skating now holds a distinctive place in popular culture. From Blades of Glory to Serendipity, a myriad flicks have celebrated the chilling appeal of the skating rink and the unusually aesthetic appeal of ice skating. Nonetheless, there is no age limit to ice skating. From children to adults, everyone enjoys this casual sport.
Entrance fee typically runs $8, plus $3 for skate rental, which is a smaller amount than a swill at most Miami Beach saloons. If you head there Friday or Saturday night when the DJ is spinning, you'll be transported back to your adolescent years. Kendall Ice Arena has a lot of potentials if you get there in person. Ice skating in Miami's hot, tropical weather is quite a unique experience.
Take a boat trip by night
Miami was and is still known as a city of neon. One of the most iconic things associated with neon was the boom of the arcade games during the early 80s. For those who lived through those times, you may now relive the memories of playing your favorite arcade games at the Arcade Odyssey. For those who were born after the boom of the arcade, this is the perfect time to introduce some of the simplest forms of early video games.
Come to realize why so many have selected them as the #1 Arcade of Choice in South Florida. The Arcade Odyssey is South Florida's best Retro Arcade with entirety from Fighters to Shoot-em-ups. New, Ultra Rare, Imported and Classic Arcade Games, Music games as well as a large and ever-changing assortment of Pinball machines. There is also a bunch of Lan Pc's and a variety of consoles in this amazing arcade.
A proud member of Arcade Online scoring public and the first and solitary arcade in the world streaming right from the Arcade machines themselves. They pride themselves in bringing you the finest Arcade experience on location and online. They also carry bawls, Mexican cokes/fantas and a wide variety of Japanese snacks. More flavors of Ramones than anyone, Rockies, Panda Crackers & more.
This place is a rare gem. It has all the little something for everyone in the arcade. On the outside, you can't see in like it was an elaborate ruse to lure you in. The windows are all covered in graphical artwork like the games themselves. Inside is all blacked out you'll lose all sense of time and orientation, it's like you're in Vegas. Be sure to check by the Arcade Odyssey on your next rainy day in Miami.
Ripley's Believe It or Not!, Key West, FL
Ripley’s believe it or not was a very popular show back in the time. Right now, they have in-house museums located all around the country. Just like its tv predecessor, Ripley’s museums serve as a fun place that provides amazing and peculiar facts while entertaining the guests with many various activities and challenges. They have a lot of interactive props and lots of fascinating pieces. It is definitely recommended for anyone and everyone of all ages.
Known as Miami’s most impressive, unique and exhilarating attraction, Ripley's Believe It or Not is a place of excitement. This popular attraction boasts of more than 20 eye-opening themed galleries and hundreds of mind-blowing artifacts of the unusual and odd. You should take your children to this part of Miami and have an amazing time with them. Not only will they have fun, but they'll also learn as well.
With displays that feature peculiar persons to unbelievable art, this place continues to surprise. What better way to boost your mood despite a rainy day in Miami than visiting this outrageous attraction? The exhibits are interactive and there are so many great photo ops throughout the building. This museum has a lot of artifacts that you didn't think it is possible to find in the real world.
This peculiar museum is a fun place to visit if you’re doing roughly touristy. It is suggested to buy a ticket online since it's much more economical than if you purchase at the venue itself. It takes about one hour at most to go through, but it's still a lot of fun and interesting stuff to look at! Ripley's is a great experience and a must visit for everyone while visiting Miami.