What to do in Miami when it rains

Don’t let a rainy day ruin your time in Miami. (REUTERS/Marco Bello) (MARCO BELLO/)

you came to Miami to explore its beaches, bathe in them, sunbathe. you came to walk by Wynwood and the Little Havana, to absorb its culture, enjoy its flavors. You came to jump from bar to bar for ocean driveto see beautiful people. But in the peninsula of Florida the climate of the Caribbean and it rains frequently.

Sometimes the drizzle can last all day, but more frequent are the downpours, which last a while and then the sun comes out and it’s as if you’ve hallucinated that there was a downpour. These precipitations, although short, can happen several times in a day. It can rain on a perfectly sunny dayand even rain in one lane of the road and not in another.

The rain in Miami will not spoil your vacation: there is much to do. Outside of a hurricane, where it is advisable to stay in a safe and well-stocked place, Miami offers all kinds of entertainment. Here we show you some activities for those days spent by water.

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Books and Books is not just any bookstore. (Books & Books)

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A wine and a good book

The Amazon effect has meant that bookstores have to adapt to attract and keep customers. Books & Books, in Coral gables, offers a wide selection, frequent readings by authors, a small cafe and a bar. For a greater variety of wines, although fewer books, there is Paradis Books and Bread, in Little Riveralso celebrated for its loaves.

Books & Books: 265 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, (305) 442-4408

Paradis Books and Bread: 12831 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami, @paradis.bb

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Every Wall is a Door exhibit (teamLab/Pace Gallery)

immerse yourself in art

Exactly in the Techno Art. Miami has become a hub for this type of art and for immersive experiences. The most important is Super Bluewhere your current program, Every Wall Is a Doorintroduces a new immersive scenario designer environment It’s Devlina transcendent digital experience from the Japanese art collective TeamLab and an extrasensory light-based work by the American artist james turrell.

SuperBlue: 1101 NW 23rd St, Miami, [email protected]

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The Oculus is as popular on instagram as bikini pictures on yachts. (Frost Museum of Science)

Pose for a photo in front of the Oculus at the Frost Museum of Science

Actually, in our science Museum Y Aquarium of the city center there is more than the great circular window. It also has a complete model of the everglades on the upper deck, where you can see baby alligators and rare roseate spoonbills. Also, you can enter a Coral reef submarine as you descend to the ground floor and then enjoy a galactic show in the planetarium.

Frost Museum of Science

10975 SW 17th St, Miami (305) 348-2890

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The axe, a useful tool for zombies. (Getty Images)

Prepare for the zombie apocalypse

In Ax Habits you may practice throwing the ax in a closed place. A team of experts will show you how to do it. Due to obvious security problems, you cannot go in flip-flops or with shoes that leave the toes exposed. You can also enjoy the escape roomslabyrinths where you will have to work as a team to solve puzzles and riddles to find the exit.

Ax Habits: 540 N Miami Ave FL 2, Miami, (786) 708-5811

Golf, even among friends, can be very competitive.  (Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports)
Golf, even among friends, can be very competitive. (Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports) (Bill Streicher/)

Play golf without caring about the result

TopGolf It has an indoor driving range that allows you to play golf regardless of the humidity. It has private spaces for you and up to eight of your friends, as well as a full bar and kitchen service. By the fourth round of beer it won’t matter how you hit the ball.

TopGolf: 11850 NW 22nd St, Doral, (305) 424-5110


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