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Team building and challenge ropes courses that build teamwork, enhance trust and communication.Vizcaya Museum & Gardens 3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami.305-250-9133 An Italian Renaissance style villa built in 1916 by James Deering. The house contains 34 rooms with antique furnishing.There is also a participatory science arcade, a wildlife center housing more than 150 live animals, and a natural history collection with cases of fossils and butterflies. The Planetarium has several daily shows, explaining what's new in the heavens.Fairchild Tropical Garden 10901 Old Cutler Road, Miami.
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