79 Magnificent Things To Do In Miami This November

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79 Magnificent Things To Do In Miami This November
The spooky season is now officially over and many of us have already pulled out the tinsel and Santa hats. With the holidays slowly creeping upon us,  there’s still plenty to do in in Miami to enjoy the remainder the fall season before it ends and the cheerful Christmas décor goes up. Check these out!

1. Check out the newly reopened Terras rooftop in Little Havana

Terras Little Havana

Little Havana’s only rooftop had a short lived run before it was forced to close earlier last year due to COVID, but now it sounds like we may soon be able to enjoy this lush rooftop garden and its stunning views starting on Tuesday, November 2! Perched atop Life House’s boutique hotel in Miami’s Cuban quarter, this cute little spot opened shortly before lockdown capturing everybody’s attention during its short run. Decorated with lush planters, herbs and spices, Terras doubles up as a sun-drenched garden where veggies actually grow, making it the perfect space in which to enjoy Miami’s upcoming dry season, as well as providing ingredients for the seasonal cocktails.

2. Head on out to Knaus Berry Farm for some cinnamon rolls and strawberries!


Rejoice cinnamon-roll connoisseurs and Knaus Berry Farm lovers Knaus Berry Farm is now open for its 65th season and yes, there are cinnamon rolls! The farm is known for its sheer-perfect cinnamon rolls for which fans usually line up for hours outside the farm’s bakery. Lines usually start early in the morning around 8:30 a.m. when the bakery opens and can even go past the two-hour mark. But we’re honestly not surprised fans are willing to wait that long for a fresh batch, the rolls look absolutely incredible!

3. Spend a lovely evening outdoors at Heartland once it reopens

Heartland miami
Instagram/ @heartlandmiami

Heartland’s little oasis in Little River offers great casual vibes, making it a wonderful spot for a date or drinks with friends. Housed beneath a gorgeous canopy of massive Bayan trees, oaks and string lights, Heartland doubles as an outdoor wood fire kitchen and music venue. Featuring nightly live music and an extensive wine list, this lovely outdoor spot offers a great atmosphere with a definite Miami tropical-casual energy.

4. Join the heist of the year at Miami’s epic “Money Heist” experience

The infamous masked bandits are planning their new attack and they’re looking for new members! Do you have what it takes to join the infamous gang as they take over the 305? If you’re up for the challenge, grab your mask and don your red jumpsuit to join the thrilling ‘Money Heist’ immersive experience coming to the Alfred I. duPont Building this month! Book your tickets here.

5. Get your grocery at the new Trader Joe’s in Coral Gables


A new Trader Joe’s has opened in town! The new Coral Gables Trader Joe’s made its debut on Friday, October 29, making it only the third location of the popular grocery chain to open in the Miami-Dade area.

6. Refuel with a latte at one of Miami’s best coffee shops

Instagram / @brewingbuddha

Miami pretty much runs on coffee, no matter where you’re at you’re always bound to find a great ventanita at which to stop by for a quick coffee break. But while the Magic City is home to some pretty outstanding Cuban coffee spots, it’s also got some great coffee shops in which to get amazingly frothy lattes and espressos (and some free WiFi on the side too!).

7. Enjoy a magical evening of classical music by candlelight

You can still experience an absolutely magical (and safe) fall here in Miami, and part of that is thanks to the amazing outdoor spaces the city has to offer. Luckily, Fever Originals is bringing its wildly popular Candlelight concert series to a beautiful open-air venue for the season. Book your tickets here. 

8. Grab your tickets to the stunning Sistine Chapel exhibition coming to West Palm Beach!

Sistine Chapel exhibit

Starting March 2022, you can explore the stunning details of Michelangelo’s iconic work at Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition, produced by the LA-based SEE Global Entertainment (SEE™), a family of companies that specialize in global touring exhibitions. Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition showcases the awe and wonder of arguably one of mankind’s greatest artistic achievements while allowing its visitors to experience this art from an up-close, life-sized, and never-before-seen perspective.Grab your tickets here.

9-12. Make the most of outdoor dining  in Miami


If there’s something Miami certainly knows how to do is outdoor dining. Gorgeous waterfront enclaves, lush hidden gardens and stunning rooftops with dazzling city views– there’s no shortage of outdoor spots to check out in the 305. That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite outdoor dining spots you have to check out in Miami. Take a look!

13-17. Take a relaxing stroll through a Miami garden

Photo: Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

The return of the mild and sunny weather to the city certainly calls for a date with nature. And while South Florida has some pretty awesome hiking trails to check out, sometimes the wilderness can be a little bit too much of an escape from the city. So if you’re ever in the mood for some greenery to break with the brick and mortar of city life but don’t feel like escaping to the wild outdoors, your best best might just be to head on out to one of Miami’s many beautiful gardens for a relaxing stroll in the sun.

18. Go snow tubbing at Snowcat Ridge, Florida’s only snow park!

Florida’s first and only snow park, Snowcat Ridge, opened in November of last year in Dade City, FL, and it has just announced it will be making a comeback for another snowy season in the Sunshine State this November. Yes, the drive up to Dade City is about four hours, but seeing as snow is an all-impossible phenomenon here in Florida don’t let that deter you from experiencing the cold alpine weather and go snow tubing in the heart of our tropical state!


19. Check out the dazzling Van Gogh experience at the Olympia Theatre before it’s gone

Artwork from the iconic post-impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh will come to life this month in a 360-degree digital spectacle that’ll illuminate and transform the physical space into a fully immersive exhibit. You’ll see Van Gogh’s work take over the walls and encompass your surroundings through the lenses of several dozen projectors, hyper-realistic VR headsets, or a mix of both. Get your tickets here!

20-29.Travel to distant corners of the world with Palapa’s magical concert series

Upper Buena Vista’s enchanting Palapa Miami is hosting a series of unique and intimate concerts featuring a wide range of genres and performers — and it’s the perfect way to enjoy a magical night out in Miami in a safe and socially distant way. Take in the entrancing tunes and allow yourself to be whisked away to far, distant lands by Miami’s best musicians while enjoying some light refreshments at this enchanting urban oasis. There are multiple concerts to choose from!

30. Get your tickets for this exclusive AR Cocktail Experience coming to Art Basel this year.

Courtesy of Artivive

Art lovers make sure to mark your calendars for Art Basel Miami Beach 2021! This coming edition, you’ll be able to step into a whole new artistic reality thanks to Artivive’s new Augmented Reality Cocktail Experience.  Artivive’s innovative platform allows artists to create new dimensions of art and open a whole new world of possibilities for their viewers. Get your tickets here.

31.  Check out Floral Escape’s colorful new popup in Aventura Mall…

Instagram / @thefloralescape

The Floral Escape opened last month and features 14 different floral installations that will help you add a little spring to your feed. Step into this immersive wonderland of flowers and choose your favorite color scheme and theme to snap the perfect selfie. From rainbow arches to violet-covered swings, the possibilities are infinite!

32. Or, for more Instagrammable fun, check out Miami Sweet’s candy wonderland also at Aventura Mall

Instagram/ @candykingdom

This dazzling immersive experience features over 20,000 square feet of colossal candy creations designed to take you on a sensory-driven trip through Miami’s electric energy, endless sunshine and lifestyle. Made up of twelve different and exciting rooms, each space is designed to have you play, dance, sing, and eat your way through Miami Sweet.

33-55. Thought we were done with photographable spots? Check out Miami’s most Instagrammable spots!

Are you always on the hunt for the perfect Miami photo op? These Instagrammable spots in the Magic City make for the perfect background for a great photo!

56. Get in the holiday mood at Santa’s Enchanted Forest in Hialeah!

Santa’s Enchanted Forest will be making a comeback for the 2021 holiday season and it has found a new home. Previously housed at Tropical Park, everyone’s favorite Christmas theme park recently announced it will be moving uptown to the historic Hialeah Park. It will be opening on Thursday, November 4!

57-76. Get your brunch on!

Why not make the most out of your weekends by brunching yourself through Miami. ! Put on your brunch best and head on out to try the best Eggs Benedict, mimosas and avocado toast that Miami has to offer at one of these 20 awesome brunch spots. Dale!

77. Cheer to the new month at Seltzerland’s hard seltzer festival

Set out to Costa del Sol Golf Course to Seltzerland’s hard seltzer paradise! Enjoy this one-of-a-kind immersive experience as you spend the afternoon tasting 100+ unique hard seltzers. Indulge in mouthwatering munchies, tons of Seltzer swag, and you better plan on busting out the gram for an epic photoshoot. Book your spot here.

78. Indulge yourself with some wine, cheese and chocolate

This month, enjoy unlimited samples of over 200 fine and sparkling wines from around the world. Sip on some delightful French Proseccos, Australian whites, South African Reds and more! With live seminars and assortments of cheese, charcuterie, fine chocolate and fruit, you’ll discover the perfect pairings and flavor combinations. Grab your tickets here.

79. Sip on cocktails at Red Rooster’s  new speakeasy in Overtown

Facebook / Red Rooster Overtown

Overtown’s popular Red Rooster restaurant has taken to restore the Pool Hall to its former glory and recently reopened it as a “brand new” speakeasy and lounge. To find it all you got to do is enter through Red Rooster’s Creamery and head up the staircase covered with pictures of the famous and everyday people of Overtown in the ’60s and ’70s.

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