Cosmopolitan and tropical, Miami Beach defines cool.
While it may not seem like it, North Beach is a neighborhood all its own. Where South Beach is vibrant, bold, and adventurous, its northern cousin takes life at a slower speed. Starting near 60th Street and extending up to Surfside on its northern border, North Beach has long been an enclave for families and children, and you can see why when you wander its amazingly walkable streets and beaches.
The neighborhood boasts a unique collection of Miami Modern (MiMo) buildings, many of which have been restored and preserved as part of the North Shore Historic District, including the North Beach Bandshell featured in our guide. Among the history and the family homes are dozens of hidden treasures and well-known favorites, making North Beach a fantastic place to explore without a car.
For more information, be sure to stop by these Visitor Information Centers: Art Deco Welcome Center , Visit Miami Beach-Visitors Center, Miami Beach Tourist Hospitality Center and LGBT Visitor Center.