How well-equipped is this city for those raising infants/toddlers? Specifically, are there public places to change diapers, maintained playgrounds, etc?

Miami is very well equipped and child friendly. There are many restroom facilities that have diaper changing stations. Also, there are plenty of well-maintained parks designed with kids in mind, with lots of playground equipment and sand boxes for children to enjoy as well as large grassy areas for them to run until their heart's content.
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Where can I get a list of reliable childcare providers/nannies?

Please contact your Human Resources Director or Crown Miami to find out more information on reliable childcare providers and/or nannies.
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Discuss any safety issues for children in this city.

As with any city, keeping a mindful eye on your little ones is very important. Children should always be accompanied and supervised by an adult and should never talk to strangers.
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What are the most popular kid-friendly attractions in the area?

Between amusement parks, zoos, water parks, museums, aquariums, beaches and family outdoor activities no child (or parent) will ever be bored!

Below is a list of some fun places for kids and the whole family to check out. Some are located in Miami and other places are close enough to get to by Tri-Rail or car.


  • Miami Metro Zoo

  • Biscayne National Park

  • Everglades Alligator Farm

  • Everglades National Park

  • Miami Children's Museum

  • Miami Seaquarium

  • Parrot Jungle

  • Miami Art Museum

  • Miami Museum of Science

Other nearby areas:

  • Walt Disney World (Orlando)

  • EPCOT (Orlando)

  • Universal Studios (Orlando)

  • Sea World (Orlando)

  • Kennedy Space Center (Cocoa Beach)

  • Bush Gardens (Tampa)

For more information on these fun places, please visit the websites listed below.
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What are the most popular activities for kids after school or on weekends?

Kids in Miami are very involved in after school activities and sports. They also enjoy going to the movies, game arcades and shopping with friends. And, they like to just hang out with their friends at each other’s homes.
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What's it like to be a teenager in this city? Are there any particular challenges I should be aware of as a parent?

Being a teenager in Miami is just like being a teenager anywhere else, except the weather is probably nicer. Parents need to be aware of their teenager's whereabouts just as they would anywhere. Teens in Miami like hanging out with their friends at the shopping malls, movie cinemas and the beach.
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Are there any organizations/social groups in the area that cater exclusively to young people ages 12-17?

Most young people get involved with school clubs, sports, church youth groups, or they participate in activities they find fun.
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I want my child to get the most out of our stay in this country. Are there any specific opportunities to teach young people about the local culture?

The best way for anyone to learn the culture is to jump in and live it. There are always festivals going on that the whole family can enjoy. Cultural diversity is also taught in the school system as well as at any public library. Additionally, there are several local events that occur on a weekly basis that teach young people all about the different local cultures. Check with your local library for up-to-date happenings in each area.
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