For a Great Experience Plan your South Beach Nights

South Beach is an active, fun, and exciting place by day and night. During the day visitors can soak up the sun, the people, and the food. There are so many interesting things to do such as take an Art Deco District Tour, visit Everglades National Park, and drop by the Miami Metro Zoo. When the sun goes down, visitors can take part in sizzling South Beach nights and dance and party until dawn.
South Beach also known as SoBe is a 23-block section of Miami Beach, Florida. It was the first section of Miami Beach to be developed starting in the 1910s. Since its early beginnings, the area has undergone many changes, some man-made and others due to the forces of nature.

The area is always buzzing and full of activities. During the day tourists might see beautiful models, vintage cars, Harleys, and rollerbladers of all ages. They can relax on the beach and may even go topless if it strikes their fancy. They can also visit any number of attractions located throughout the area including:

1.Art Deco District Tours
2.Everglades National Park
3.Historical Museum of Southern Florida
4.Miami Metro Zoo
5.Miami Museum of Science
6.Space Transit Planetarium
7.Miami Seaquarium
8.Monkey Jungle
9.Parrot Jungle and Gardens
10.Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

As the sun sets on this place of fun and pleasure, warm, relaxed days give way to sizzling South Beach nights, where partying and mingling is the main activity. This 23-block area has over 150 clubs most of which do not close until 5:00 a.m. South Beach nights are ever changing as clubs come and go. Steadfast tourist destinations such as The Clevelander and "The Deuce" have remained true-to-form over the past decade. However, many clubs are constantly changing d├ęcor, names, and owners. So, popular clubs come and go. In fact, the average club is only open for a season or less.

If you want to plan your South Beach nights well in advance of your visit, AOL's city guide has some recommendations.
•Mansion: The venue's wood and marble floors and airy space give it the feel of a mansion. Each week it displays all the signs of SoBe success: celebrities; mobs of angry people who are desperate to get in; and an occasional visit from the fire marshal.

•Crobar: This true-blue dance club features minimalistic lounges, a superior sound system, and stellar DJs. Its VIP Lounge attracts many celebrities such as Vin Diesel, Lenny Kravitz, and Justin Timberlake.

•Opium Garden: If you are looking to put a little Zen in your nightclub experience, then this is the place for you. This bi-level club blends eastern philosophy with mod club life. It features a garden and outdoor terrace, grand Buddha statues, Chinese lanterns, and lush plants.

•Prive: This ultra-exclusive cocktail lounge caters primarily to the fashionably elite and multi-millionaires. The room is sexy, comfortable, and elegant. People visit the place to be seen; dancing is just an afterthought.

•Club Deep: This is one of the hottest clubs along SoBe's Washington Avenue. The club's premiere feature, the 2,000-gallon aquarium floor, provides a unique dance experience.

As mentioned earlier there are over 150 clubs that partygoers can choose from when planning their South Beach nights out. Unfortunately for non-locals who do not have connections or do not plan their evenings in advance, gaining access to some of these night clubs can be difficult; not to mention that nightclub entry fees can range from $20 - $60.

But, if you are visiting South Beach and you like to party, maneuvering these obstacles can make taking part in South Beach nights well worth it.
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