Introduction to North Bay Village, Florida
North Bay Village History
The area, which is now called North Bay Village, was earlier under the waters of Biscayne Bay. Broadcast Key was the only dry land. In the year 1940, North Bay Island was formed by bulk-heading and dredging. The community of North Bay Village was officially incorporated in 1945. The area used to be a haven for winter residents. North Bay Village is home to the most popular nightclubs and restaurants of South Florida.
North Bay Village and nearby Attractions
- Art Museum at Florida International University
- John U. Lloyd Beach State Recreation Area
- International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame & Museum
- Biscayne National Park
- Young at Art Children's Museum
- Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Things To Do In North Bay Village
History buffs may visit museums such as the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, the Old Fort Lauderdale Village & Museum, the Museum of Discovery and Science, the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, the Young at Art Children's Museum, and the International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame & Museum. Also nearby are the Miami Seaquarium, the Monkey Jungle, the Sawgrass Recreation Park and the Miami Metrozoo. There are also numerous parks clsoe by, such as the John U. Lloyd Beach State Recreation Area, the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, and the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, all of which offer ample opportunities for recreation.
North Bay Village Transportation
Miami International Airport is the closest major international airport.
North Bay Village Higher Education
Higher studies can be pursued at The University of Miami, Barry University, and Keiser College.