Last week’s list of things to do in Miami in Summer focused on outdoor activities. Today I will list indoor activities to keep yourself, children and out-of-town guests entertained during the hot, humid, and sometimes rainy, months of summer.
The Museum of Contemporary Art has a variety of exhibits and films throughout the summer. They also have a free Teen Summer Studio for budding young artists, but you need to apply soon. Classes start July 30.
The Cosford Cinema at UM with the exception of Quill: The Life Of A Guide Dog and Otter 501, most movies are geared to young adults and adults.
The Bass Museum of Art has a variety of summer camps, evening concerts, family days, and workshops for 7-12 year olds in addition to their regular art exhibits.
The Miami Children’s Museum has a Summer Games series of exhibits and events, the latter of which vary day by day. Thanks to a venture with Target, the third Friday of every month is free from 3-9 pm.
Visit the International Game Fish Association’s Museum they also offer summer camps for 7-13 year-olds. If you are a Bank of America/Merrill Lynch customer, you can get in for free on the first full weekend of each month by showing a debit/credit card and your picture ID.