The Barnacle Historic State Park Tours
About The Barnacle Historic State Park, Miami
The Barnacle Historic State Park is a 5-acre property, which includes one of the oldest houses in the area and its surrounding grounds. The park gets it’s name from the house itself, which is called The Barnacle and was built in 1891. It was the home of a pioneer of the county, Ralph Middleton Munroe. The house offers stunning views of the bay and the grounds offer a nice spot for a picnic. Several musical concerts, plays and events are held on the grounds of the park, which are sponsored by The Barnacle Society.
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The Barnacle Historic State Park Information
- Group Tours are available by advance reservation only.
- Please tender exact change for admission fee.
- Please use the honour box to pay admission fee.
- Pets are permitted on park grounds but not inside the historic Barnacle House.
- Pets are not permitted for any of the special events held here.
- There is no parking available in the park itself, except for those with disabilities.
- Group tours for up to 30 visitors are available with two-week's advance reservation on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
The Barnacle Historic State Park Tickets Prices
- Per person: $2
- Ages 5 and under: Free
- Ages 13 and up:$3
- Ages 6-12:$1
- Ages 5 and under: Free
The Barnacle Historic State Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Daily Tours are conducted at 10:00 am, 11:30 am, 1:00 pm & 2:30 pm.
- Open only for group tours on Wednesday & Thursday.
How To Get To The Barnacle Historic State Park by Public Transport
- Bus Stop: Grand Av at Commodore PZ
- Metrorail: Coconut Grove Metrorail Station
Restaurants Near The Barnacle Historic State Park
- Green Street Cafe
- The Knife
- Steak House
- LuLu - Coconut Grove
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Lived in Miami my young life. Had T he visiting to discover this park. It has small with a mangrove type feel. Cool. $2
I wouldn't drive too far out of my way to visit here, don't expect too much. if you happen to be in the area it's a nice little shady retreat to learn a bit about some south Miami history and boat building... The neighborhood is safe, trendy and upscale. The price to enter is a suggested $2.00 per person, (your meter on the street might cost you more).
This is a beautiful public park and a great get away to sit outside and have a picnic. They also have many well directed events.
Cool little park and walk down the water. No water access though, and limited space when it gets too busy.
The barnacle Park is part of the Miami tourist and cultural route. 19 century home of Middleton Monroe one of Coconut Grove'most influential residents. This is one of the oldest houses in Miami Dade. Stilling its original location. Peaceful, beautiful view and botanical garden.
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