The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is inaugurating Miami-Dade Farmers Month throughout all of November
Recently, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) announced the opening of Miami-Dade Farmers Month. This program will be running throughout the month of November.
Miami-Dade Farmers Month will feature exciting deals and experiences from South Dade’s farms and other businesses.
Here’s all you need to know about Miami-Dade Farmers’ Month.
About Miami-Dade Farmers Month
South Dade, Miami's countryside, is located less than an hour south of the urban core of Greater Miami & Miami Beach. This enclave is Miami’s farming community’s core.
South Dade’s farmers have tremendously impacted the destination in terms of economy and a source of its dining scene. To honor and celebrate the contributions of South Dade's farmers, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) has debuted the opening of Miami-Dade Farmers Month.
Upon visiting, you’ll find exotic fruits and vegetable farms, a winery producing wine from local fruits, acres of lychee groves, etc.
What does Miami-Dade Farmers Month hold for visitors?
Visitors can join the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) to celebrate Miami-Dade Farmers Month by availing of special deals and exceptional experiences at South Dade farms throughout the year.
Visitors can have a blast at The Berry Farm as they will offer a $3 discount on admission tickets throughout the point. From a local farmer’s market to hay rides to an award-winning BBQ, Berry Farm has it all.
In addition, you can make the most of Pinto’s Farm’s amenities, including a tractor ride, paddle boat on the farm’s lake, feeding the animals, etc. Besides special discounts and offers, visitors can also explore South Dade's top attractions, like Knaus Berry Farm and Fruit & Spice Park.
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