Your Go Miami pass includes
One day access to all the routes
Live on-board English-speaking guide
Pre-recorded audio commentary
See all of Miami’s highlights at your own pace with a Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour. You’ll take in the sights and, with the help of a English-speaking guide, you'll also get information, history, and tidbits on Miami's most famous spots. O, if you'd prefer, opt for the pre-recorded audio commentary in 12 languages.
Sights at the beach or check out the city architecture, or both with this tour. There are two bus routes, each starting at Central Station, which offer over twenty stops so you can embrace the city in your own time. And what a city it is. Check out the impressive Art-Deco architecture, the iconic buildings that have been used in many films, and the massive ships coming in to dock at the port.
This open top bus offers a comfortable way to travel and is ideal for soaking up some that famous Miami sunshine. Be sure to check out the map before you go and plan your favorite sights to make the most of you tour. Then, once you're ready, hop back on and hit the next hot spot.
Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour routes
Blue Route – starting at Central Station, this route takes you along the coast. There are 17 stops: Central Station, Pérez & Frost Museums, South Beach 1, South Beach 2, Lincoln Road, The Raleigh Hotel, Bass Museum, The Riviera, Riu Hotel, Mosaic at Miami Beach, Holiday Inn Miami Beach, Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach Resort & Spa, Wynwood Walls, Miami Supercar Rooms, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, and Biscayne Blvd.
Red Route – take in all the city sights on this route. There are six stops: Central Station, Vizcaya Museums & Gardens, Little Havana, Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, and Biscayne Boulevard.
Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour highlights
The Barnacle Historic State Park – Miami is more than just beaches. This oasis is the perfect spot to enjoy the natural surroundings, picnicking with friends, or bird watching.
Port of Miami – see the huge cargo ships and the floating hotels in the cruise capital of the world.
Ocean Drive – admire the Art Deco architecture and spot the filming locations on this famous road.
Miami Beach Botanical Garden – this 2.6 acre urban oasis is home to tropical plants, water features, and over 100 species of palm trees.
MacArthur Causeway – get incredible views of the beach and city here.
Alfred I. DuPont Building – you won’t fail to spot this famous rectangular building with art deco embellishments.
Fontainebleau Hotel – this iconic hotel has been a backdrop in dozens of film and television programs.