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Biscayne Family Fun Fests 2018 – Fun for Everyone

Every year, the Biscayne National Park puts on a festival that the whole family can enjoy. The festival doesn’t just last one day or one weekend – it’s broken up over five months, from December to April.

The festivals are free, making them a fun, affordable way for families to spend time together and learn.

Here's what can you expect from Biscayne Family Fun Fests 2018

Tower at Biscayne National Park

Upcoming Events at Biscayne National Park for Family Fun in Miami 

Finding some fun activities that the whole family can enjoy isn’t always easy. That’s why we love these fun fests. There’s something for everyone!

Here’s what you can look forward to at this beautiful National Park in 2018.

¡Viva España! – January 14, 2018

Did you know that Spain used to rule over Florida? This fun fest shows off Florida’s Spanish heritage with pride.

Pirates & Wreckers – February 11, 2018

Who doesn’t love stories about pirates? This festival explains (in a fun and exciting way) the history of this National Park – complete with pirates looking for booty.

Biscayne Renaissance – March 11, 2018

If you love stories about King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, this is the festival for you. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to another time, especially if you dress up – which is encouraged.

Back to the 60s – April 8, 2018

Celebrate the park’s 50th anniversary in your grooviest hippie gear.

Book Your Stay at the Hilton When You’re in Town for the Fun Fests

Whether you’re a fellow Floridian or traveling in from across the country, we welcome you to stay with us at the Hilton Miami Downtown.

After exploring everything that the fun fests have to offer, the Hilton will provide a nice, relaxing space where you can unwind, sleep soundly, and feel rejuvenated for the next fun-filled day of adventure.

 

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