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Stiltsville Guided Tour from Coconut Grove

Experience Historic Stiltsville

Quick Details

Departure Site: Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove next to Miami City Hall

Duration: 2 hours

Cost: $56 per Passenger

Free for ages 4 and under.

Start Time: 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM, and 3:00 PM

Available Days: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays

Minimum: This activity requires at least 8 participants to get underway. You will be informed by email, call, and text if the minimum is not met. Bookings will either be rebooked or refunded.

See Keeping You Safe from COVID-19 for additional information before you book.

 

$ 56

 Experience Historic Stiltsville

Journey through the northern most part of Biscayne National Park to the six alluring historic Stiltsville Houses that appear to be floating on the Bay, just one mile off of the coast line. Learn about the rich history of this area of Miami and Biscayne National Park.

Departing from Dinner Key Marina in Miami’s Coconut Grove, Stiltsville tours will take you for an up-close look at the village in the bay. You’ll see that each house has it’s own unique character and story. Stiltsville is a reminder of the time when this area was known to be the playground for the wealthy. On this 2-hour boat cruise, you too can experience what draws people to these legendary waters. This is an experience that the whole family will enjoy.

Rates
$56 per Passenger

Free for ages 4 and under

Requirements

All minors must be accompanied by an adult.

Times
Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM, 12:30 PM-2:30 PM, and 3:00 PM-5:00 PM

Advance reservations are advised for this tour, no cash is accepted on site.

Departs from Dinner Key Marina. The dock is located directly next to the Miami City Hall on its northside before Pier 1.
3500 Pan American Dr, Miami, FL 33133.

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The tours and activities departing from Dinner Key Marina are possible thanks to a partnership between Biscayne National Park, the Florida National Parks Association, City of Miami, and the Miami-Dade County Parks Recreation and Open Spaces Department.

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