What to do in miami after Christmas Eve

December 21, 2017

December 25 is a familiar date, Christmas Day belongs to the youngest, who finally get to open and enjoy Santa Claus’ gifts. However, What to do in miami for Christmas Day? In the main, family likes doing activities aimed at indulging the little ones of the house.

Christmas Eve is also a day to wind up and step away from the kitchen, for you can find many food venues open in Miami; so there you have it, there’s plenty of things to do in Miami this December 25.


Winterland at the farm, Christmas-packed fun for the kids

Given that December 25 is a day off work, most activities kick off in the afternoon, which is a good time to have go for a walk in Winterland at the Farm.

In the southeast of the city we find Pinto’s Farm, a beautiful countryside-Redland operated and developed by the Pinto family, whose focus this Christmas is the outlining and launching of activities targeted at kids and youngsters to foster the love for animals and the countryside.

Winterland at Pinto’s Farm is a super fun attraction where kids, in addition to interacting with Santa, the Gingerbread Man, and Frosty the Snowman, they can go on paddle boat and pony rides, or see the different animals in the farm up close in its ample premises.   

The 25th of December the farm will be open from 5:00 am to 9:00 am at night. Tickets are for sale $12 per guest. It’s good to keep in mind that Winterland at the Farm extends its shows until January 8, 2018.

For more information about Winterland at the Farm follow this link


Santa’s Enchanted Forest

The most popular Christmas holiday theme park of the season is Santa’s Enchanted Forest hands down. Located south of Miami, Santa’s Enchanted Forest invites the whole family to explore and be part of Santa’s magical world.

If you are up to going with the family to Santa’s Enchanted Forest on December 25, here we list you directly from their website, the wide-range of leisure activities you will be able to enjoy in this theme park and that you should check in advance to choose the ones that account best for your preference. The park will be open after noon.


Holiday Delights

  • Christmas Karaoke
  • Fun, Food & Souvenirs
  • Holiday Music
  • Life Size Hand Crafted Holiday Displays
  • Millions of Dazzling Lights
  • Christmas Miniatures
  • Mistletoe Lane
  • South Florida’s Tallest Christmas Tree
  • Christmas Light Show Spectacular  


Interactive Fun

  • Children’s Maze
  • Dunk Bozo
  • Face Painting
  • Inflatable Playground
  • Paintball
  • Photos with Santa
  • Surfing Santa
  • 7-D Virtual Reality Simulator
  • Waterballs



  • Balloon Dart
  • Basketball Free Throw
  • Duck Pond
  • Ring Toss
  • Shoot the Star (Machine Gun)
  • Soccer Kick
  • Speed Pitch
  • Water Gun Races


Adventure Experiences

  •  Bungee Jump
  • Climbing Wall
  • Extreme Ejector Seat
  • Mechanical Bull Ride
  • Roller-coasters
  • Slingshot


You should click this link  to find more about the park and its attractions. There are many planning and pricing options at your disposal.


Celebrate Christmas with a luscious meal

If you are looking for a good place to eat in family on Christmas Day, there’s plenty of restaurants open for December 25 in Miami.



This flashy restaurant boasts a personal chef showcasing the food preparation in front of each group of diners with the most exquisite and diverse dishes and using astonishing cooking techniques and dazzling movements packing a whole spectacle on its own.

This type of cuisine is called Teppanyaki, and allows everyone to have a bite of each course. For example, at Benihana Coral Gables, rolls are delicious, as well as its onion soup. The Hibachi Chicken Rice is very popular: grilled chicken, rice, eggs and chopped vegetables sautéed with butter and garlic.  


Address: 14890 SW 216 St, Miami, Fl, 33170

Phone number: 305-258-6067 



In Key Biscayne the Rusty Pelican is one of the most traditional and mainstream restaurants in the vicinity. On December 25 you and your family may enjoy a modern cuisine that reinvents original American dishes. The atmosphere is neat and pleasant, the service is top-notch and to top it all off the view over Brickell and Biscayne Bay is unique.

In its assorted fare fish and seafood have a special spot: Grilled salmon, tuna tacos, lobster risotto for two, and much more. Rusty Pelican also features a sushi and raw bar section. Its wide-ranging and succulent menu includes luscious salads such as the one made with tomato over green lettuce, Roquefort cheese and smoked tomato vinaigrette.


Address: 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Phone number: 305-361-3818



This famous steakhouse in North Miami Beach also opens its door to all of those looking for a different Christmas Day. Morton’s meats and meat cuts are first-grade and they are usually the highlight for diners, worth mentioning are the filet mignon, the rib eye Chicago style, and the lamb ribs.

Seafood lovers can rest assured with delightful creations such as the Shrimp Scampi Capellini, and the lobster bisque.

Morton features a broad list of wines to accompany the different types of food.


Address: 17399 Biscayne Blvd. North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Phone number: 305-945-3131


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