Experience Miami's iconic landmarks with Big Bus Miami sightseeing tours. See all that Miami offers and hop-on hop-off at your leisure. Enjoy panoramic views from Little Havana to South Beach and explore iconic streets like Ocean Drive and Calle Ocho. Download the Big Bus Miami app for real-time tracking to get the most out of your Miami Big Bus tour.
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Stop #1 is located at Bayside Marketplace, 401 Biscayne Blvd (metro bus stop in front of Island Queen Café). With Big Bus Tours Miami you're free to hop off the bus as much as you like or stay on board for the entire tour loop.Are there any days the tour does not operate?
Big Bus Tours Miami operates every day of the year.What time do tours start and how often do Big Bus tours run?
The Day Tour (Red Loop) begins at 10 am at Bayside Marketplace. Buses run every 30 minutes. Stops include: (1) Bayside Marketplace - 401 Biscayne Blvd (metro bus stop in front of Island Queen Café) (2) South Beach - 533 Collins Ave (metro bus stop opposite Zara store) (3) Soundscape Park - 1680 Washington Ave (metro bus stop opposite the Greenview Hotel) (4) Mid Beach / RIU Hotel - 3101 Collins Ave (metro bus stop in front of the RIU Hotel, between 31st & 32nd St) (5) North Beach / Fontainebleu & Lexington Hotels - 4299 Collins Ave (metro bus stop in front of the Lexington Hotel) (6) Wynwood Walls - 2450 NW 2nd Ave (metro bus stop near corner with NW 25th St) (7) Downtown / Holiday Inn - 302 Biscayne Blvd (metro bus stop near corner with NE 3rd St, near Holiday Inn) (8) Little Havana - 1356 SW 8th St (metro bus stop near corner of SW 13th Ct) Full Circuit Time: Approximately 2 hoursI've purchased the Deluxe Ticket option, where does the Everglades Tour depart?
The Everglades Tour (Green Loop) departs from Miami Beach (Soundscape Park, 1680 Washington Ave.) at 8:30 AM and 2 PM and from Downtown Miami (Bayside Marketplace, 401 Biscayne Blvd) at 9 AM and 2 PM. If you've purchased the Deluxe ticket, the tour time is the departure time for the Everglades Tour. Pleas arrive 15 minutes in advance of your chosen departure time. The total duration of the Everglades tour is approximately 4 hours.What can I see and visit during the tour?
Big Bus Tours Miami takes you to some of the city's most exciting areas, including South Beach, Little Havana, Wynwood, Downtown and more. They have over 20 different stops, all conveniently located close to great landmarks and attractions, making it easy for you to explore the city at your own leisure.Do I need to specify a date of travel?
Yes – they'll ask you to select the date you’d like to hop on the bus. If you’re touring with them for more than one day, your ticket must be used across consecutive days, and the date you select at time of booking should be the first day of your tour. Some tours also require you to select a time of travel, to guarantee your seat.How will I know where to get off?
The commentary or guide on your bus will announce hop-off stops as the bus arrives at each location, allowing you to hop off at your leisure.What is the child ticketing policy?
Child tickets are available for passengers aged between 3 and 12 years. All children must be accompanied by an adult (16+). Children aged 2 years and under may travel free of charge. Strollers and pushchairs must be folded and stowed on the lower deck.Are accommodations available for persons with disabilities?
Yes, they operate wheelchair accessible vehicles with lifts that can accommodate a weight up to 650 pounds. Please be advised that their entire fleet in Miami is not wheelchair accessible. If you or your travelling partner(s) requires an ADA accessible vehicle, please contact the number on your e-ticket 48 hours prior to your planned tour commencement. They can then arrange for a suitable vehicle to be available at the time and location required. If you require a different accommodation, please also contact the number on your e-ticket 48 hours prior to your planned tour commencement so they can make arrangements for an accommodation. Please also note that passengers with mobility impairments may not be able to access the upper deck on their buses. They cannot guarantee the accessibility of the various attractions along the tour.I am waiting at a stop and can’t see any buses, what do I do?
Hang in there! BIG cities like to throw all sorts of challenges at their drivers, who are doing their best to get to you as quickly (but safely) as possible.Can I bring food and drink on the tour?
Food is not permitted on the tour. Drinks are only permitted if they have a locking cap.What is the policy on bringing pets?
No pets are allowed on board the bus, except ADA service animals.Is luggage allowed on board the bus?
No, luggage is not permitted on board the bus at this time.