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Coconut Grove


Miami’s most historic neighborhood is also one of its most beautiful. The lush bayside community of Coconut Grove is known for its tropical vibe – banyan trees, palms and live oaks mingle along quiet residential streets, and peacocks are known to roam wild. With Bahamian roots that date back to the 1870s, it’s also home to one of Miami’s historic Black communities. Along Grand Avenue in the West Grove, you’ll find farmers markets, art galleries and historic Black churches.

“The Grove,” as it’s called by locals, is a wonderful destination for nature lovers. Slow down and meander through two historic estates in garden settings along Biscayne Bay – Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and The Barnacle Historic State Park. For one weekend every February, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival takes over the neighborhood, showcasing work by local and international artists in an outdoor setting.

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