Enjoy your whole experience in Homestead and South Miami Dade. Here are some fun things to do, all within a short drive, to fill your day, weekend, or week!
Purveyors of fine orchids sine 1970, R.F. Orchides is South Floria’s oldest and most prestigious orchid firm. Exotic orchids on display in a lush tropical garden setting includes escorted walking tours of the private garden at 11 am and 3pm, Saturdays and Sundays, weather permitting. Closed on Mondays.
A top 10 hot spot in Miami, Ed Leedskalnin sculptured a garden of 1,100 tons of coral, and has been baffling scientists, engineers, scholars since 1923. A historic site, viewed on “Ancient Aliens” “Good Morning America” “That’s Incredible” “In Search Of..” “Ripley’s Believe it or Not!” Billy Idol’s hit song, “Sweet Sixteen” is about coral castle.
Everglades Alligator Farm
Home to over 2,000 aligators, wildlife and the best airbot rides in South Florida. Informative animal shows daily. A visit to the alligator farm includes an exciting airbout tour into the Everglades.
Schnebly Redland’s Winery & Brewery
Southernmost Winery & Brewery in the U.S Wine crafted from tropical fruits, tastings are available seven days a week. Visit us on the weekends for live entertainment and tours of the winery every hour. Enjoy our wines & beers near our 120 foot long, 18 foot high tropical waterfalls.
Robert Is Here Fruit Stand
Since 1959, Robert has specialized in exotic fruit, local vegetables and fresh fruit milkshakes. This family owned fruit stand also offers a wide variety of specialty jams, jellies, salsas, marmalades, sauces, relish and pickles! Come try delicious mangos, lychees, jackfruit, mamey sapote, canistel, black sapote, sapodilla, avocados, sugar apples, or whatever is in season at the time.
19200 SW 344 St
Homestead, FL 33034
Open Daily: 8 am – 7 pm
Closed after Labor Day until the first weekend in November.
Live music on weekends and holidays from 2-6 pm
Where humans are caged and monkeys run wild! Explore the world of primates up close, just feet away from you. At our continuous shows, witness monkeys diving for treats, delve into the Amazonian Rainforest and meet our Great Apes. For an even closer encounter, upgrade to our new Rainforest Adventure Tour.
Built in 1903, Cauley Square Historic Village was the last pioneer railroad village in the U.S. twenty-five cottage antique & collectible shops, arts & artifact galleries and two gourmet restaurants are nestled in lush tropical, fountained gardens with sculptures. You can also visit us on Facebook!