As a THANK YOU to all the hard work you put into 2022 COEUS is providing a list of private group activities along with other individual options for you to select from for Thursday, February 16th. Should you not participate in a private group activity, a selection of other attractions is available, or you can seek an activity on your own. The group activities below will be covered for you in advance. Again, THANK YOU for a great 2022!
For the tours, we do need a minimum for it to be a private tour for your group. Please select a “Choice A” and a “Choice B” on the tours in the event we don’t have the required minimum for your first choice.
All group activities have minimums required – we will confirm your reservation/tour availability or advise you if it isn’t available and provide you with alternate options the week of January 30th.
Please register for your preferred activity by Monday, January 30th.
Wynwood Art District Tour (Morning Departure)
Since opening in 2009, Wynwood Walls has evolved into a globally renowned street art museum whose impact will be felt for generations. These remarkable Walls have transformed the definition of modern art and become a career-defining moment for contributing artists, all while helping to make Wynwood one of the world’s most celebrated urban revitalization projects and an oasis for cutting-edge creativity
The Wynwood Art District has fast evolved into one of the world’s most innovative neighborhoods drawing international attention to Miami.
Includes: • Guides • 40-minute walking portion includes variety of streets and avenues as well as the Wynwood Walls (and includes paid admission to Wynwood Walls) • Zak the Baker (closed on Saturdays and all Jewish holidays) • Gallery to be visited at the time of the tour is selected on the basis of the most compelling current exhibit. • Visit to Wynwood’s first craft brewery with tasting for all participants. • Each guest receives a souvenir pint glass to remember their wander through Wynwood.
Miccosukee Indian Village and Everglades Tour (Morning Departure)
Visit the Miccosukee Indian Village and let the guides take you on a tour through the past, present and future of our history, culture and lifestyle. Witness a variety of Miccosukee demonstrators and see displays of traditional arts from woodcarving to patchwork, beadwork, basket weaving, and doll making.
- Get up close to the Florida Alligator and learn how they have thrived in the Everglades for centuries.
- By Airboat, you will glide through the vast River of Grass and discover a typical hammock-style Indian camp that has been occupied by the Miccosukee Tribe for over a century.
A Culinary Journey through Little Havana (Morning Departure)
The Culinary Tours will take you into the heart of the sights and flavors that changed the landscape of Miami over the last 63 years. On this guided Little Havana Food Tour visit some of the best family-owned eateries in Little Havana for an opportunity to taste the authentic flavors of Cuban cuisine. • Listen to historical accounts of different generations of Cuban refugees. Take a stroll down Calle Ocho and see the epicenter of Cuban culture In Miami. Listen to live bands play Vintage Cuban music. Try a fresh, hand-rolled cigar or taste the smoothness of authentic Cuban coffee and take some back for friends and family. • Visitors will enjoy the World famous Cuban Sandwich, empanadas, ice-cream and a refreshing mojito which is the traditional Cuban cocktail.
Half Day Fishing Charter (Morning Departure)
½ Day Fishing Charter
Boat heads out 3- 5 miles into the Ocean
Typically for 6 passengers
Golf – Miami Beach
Golf at Miami Beach Golf Club
Club Rental Included
Morning Tee Times
Pontoon Boat Ride
(4) hour pontoon boat ride. The boat departs from a canal on 71st Street.
Alternatively, if you would like to enjoy an activity on your own, COEUS will reimburse you up to $300 for the activity.
A spa treatment can be booked on your own. If you would like to use the popular Esencia Wellness Spa at the Eden Roc, you can access it here at Esencia Wellness Spa Miami – Eden Roc Hotel Miami Beach. Advanced bookings are highly recommended. Any additional costs above the $300 will not be reimbursed.
Some other local Miami attractions that you may want to see on your own include:
Some other local attractions you may wish to visit on your own include: (additional information on these attractions can be provided onsite at the meeting)
Big Bus Miami Hop-On Hop-Off Open Top Tour – enjoy many of Miami’s top sites at your own pace
Perez Art Museum Miami – Located in downtown Miami’s Museum Park alongside Biscayne Bay, PAMM is Miami Dade County’s flagship museum presenting international art of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Historymiami Museum – This premiere cultural instution and Smithsonian Affiliate is committed to gathering, organizing, preserving and celebrating Miami’s history as the unique crossroads of the Americas.
Romero Britto Fine Art Gallery is the flagship gallery of the internationally acclaimed visual artist, Romero Britto
Lik Miami – Photography Museum – upscale gallery featuring Peter Lik’s photography work
Jungle Island, formerly Parrot Jungle, is a relaunched eco-adventure park on Watson Island, Miami, Florida, United States. The park is re-opened following a series of major renovations after the park incurred damage from Hurricane Irma
The Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens, also known as Zoo Miami, is a zoological park and garden near Miami and is the largest zoo in Florida
The Miami Seaquarium is a 38-acre oceanarium located on the island of Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay, Miami-Dade County, Florida located near downtown Miami. Founded in 1955, it is one of the oldest oceanariums in the United States
A popular museum to visit is the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Their website is https://vizcaya.org/