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Coconut Grove is southern Florida's oldest settlement. Contrary
to its eclectic origins, the Grove is now a bustling upscale city
where you'll find many great restaurants, galleries, bars, and boutiques.
Here are a few of the areas most important sights.
Barnacle State Historic Site - The oldest home
in Miami built by one of Coconut Grove's early pioneers, Ralph
Munroe, in 1891. 3485 Main Highway.
Hotels in the Coconut Grove Area
Miami City Hall - This government building was originally
built in 1934 as the terminal for the Pan American Airways seaplane
base at Dinner Key. 3500 Pan American Drive.
Miami Museum of Science and Space Transit Planetarium -
A science museum with plenty of hands-on activities for children
and adults. 3280 S. Miami Avenue.
Plymouth Congregational Church - This lovely building was
opened in 1917 and resembles a Mexican mission church. 3400
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens - An Italian Renaissance-style
villa and formal gardens built in 1916 by industrialist James
Deering. This National Historic Landmark is filled with antique
furniture, paintings, and sculpture. 3251 S. Miami Avenue.
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hotel, restaurants, facilities and online reservations.
Inn Coral Gables - Business District
2051 LeJeune Road, Coral Gables, Florida 33134, United States
Regency Coral Gables
50 Alhambra Plaza, Coral Gables, Florida 33134, United States
Plaza Miami - International Airport (LeJeune Center)
950 NW LeJeune Road, Miami, Florida 33126, United States
100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, Florida 33131, United States
Wyndham Grand Bay Coconut Grove Miami Hotel Florida FL
2669 South Bayshore Drive Miami Florida 33133 USA
Doubletree Coconut Grove
2649 SOUTH BAYSHORE DRIVE Miami Florida USA