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Miami is well-known for its world-class nightlife, dining options, and luxury accommodations, but the city boasts many activities for families as well. Those looking for the perfect things to do for spring break with their kids can find plenty of fun choices. 

Whether talking about Miami's beaches or attractions, there is something for everyone. Here are some of the top family-friendly ides for spring break in Miami. ​

Zoo Miami

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12400 SW 152nd St , Miami FL, 33177
Zoo Miami regularly rates as one of the world's top zoos. It's the largest zoo in Florida, but the monorail and safari cycles make the park easily navigable for families. In addition to the traditional exhibits, there's also a Children's Zoo where your little ones can feed animals and learn more about them.

Venetian Pool

2701 De Soto Blvd , Coral Gables FL, 33134
The Venetian Pool is one of Miami's most historic landmarks. It was built in Coral Gables in 1923, and the massive spring pool is the perfect way to cool off when the weather starts to heat up.

Younger and older swimmers alike will enjoy navigating the waterfalls and grottos. It's important to note however that children under three are not permitted at the Venetian Pool.

Miami Marlins

Marlins Park, 501 Marlins Way , Miami FL, 33125
The Major League Baseball season kicks off at the end of March, and spring break for Miami-Dade schools coincides with the Marlins opening series against the Colorado Rockies.

Marlins Park is one of the most beautiful venues to catch a game, and the retractable roof ensures that if the temps are too scorching outside, fans can enjoy a comfortable experience inside. Kids under three can also get in free without a ticket.

Jungle Island

1111 Parrot Jungle Trl , Miami FL, 33132
Jungle Island is another great Miami outpost for seeing some of the world's most unique animals. They have an impressive array of parrots, daily shows, and a petting zoo. Parrot Cove, the island's beach featuring a water playground, is also a fun visit.

Crandon Park Nature Center

6767 Crandon Blvd , Key Biscayne FL, 33149
While Miami Beach may be bustling with the party crowd, families can take refuge and still enjoy some fun in the sun at Crandon Park. There are barbecue grills, cabana rentals, kayaks, and kite boards available to create a truly memorable experience. The park's Nature Center also allows kids to learn more about South Florida's unique ecology while getting close to various sea animals.