There is something for everyone to do on Father's Day in Miami because family activities and one-of-a-kind experiences for Dad come in abundance in The Magic City. Several area spots have special discounts and specials running for Father's Day as well, so take advantage of all the activities and offers on our list of things to do on Father's Day in Miami

Miami Exotic Auto Racing

Car enthusiasts and newcomers alike can enjoy the experience Miami Exotic Auto Racing provides at Homestead Miami Speedway. Dad can get behind the wheel of elite sports cars like the Ferrari F430, Lamborghini Gallardo, Ferrari GT, or Audi R8!

Professional race car drivers with over 20 years of experience will be there to provide one-on-one instruction, and Miami Exotic Auto Racing packages start at $249.

Kings Bowl Doral

Bowling at Kings Bowl Doral is an activity the whole family can enjoy on Father's Day in Miami. Dads get in free that Sunday, and there is also free pin painting for the kids!

Kings Bowl has a variety of lane packages and dine-then-bowl reservations available. Groups of ten or more people can enjoy family-style supper before hitting the lanes.

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Miami Seaquarium

Each year, the Miami Seaquarium runs a fantastic Father's Day promotion. Dads get in free when they bring a Father's Day card for marine animal dads!

In addition, up to four family members receive 50% off admission. The Miami Seaquarium is the best place in Florida to see marine life, and they have tremendous attractions and shows spread across their 38-acre property. 

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Father's Day Brunch

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Whatever you do on Father's Day, make it a special day for Dad. Enjoy spending time with family and taking in some of the best things Miami has to offer! 

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