Where to go in Miami after getting high


Do you ever feel the need to go out somewhere after enjoying a nice pre-rolled joint, but don’t know where to go? Well, if you’re in the Miami area, then you’re in luck!

Here at Hurcann, we have compiled a list of the top places to visit in the Miami, Florida area that will blow your socks off! With this list, you’ll have days’ worth of really fun and entertaining activities to enjoy in the most lively city in the Sunshine State.

Whether you enjoy doing outdoorsy activities or looking at art, there is something for everyone on this list. So, keep reading to find some really great places near you!

In this article we will cover the best beaches, museums, and gardens you can visit in Miami after getting high! But be sure to read part two where we will cover the best parks, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs to go while enjoying a good buzz!

Best places to visit in Miami after getting high

It can get a bit boring to always do the same thing when enjoying some recreational cannabis. And while staying at home and watching movies can be quite an adventure, we have some other ideas that might interest you a bit more.

Whether you like to soak up the sun, do sports, have a nice time with friends, go on a date, or just enjoy some quality time with yourself, any of these activities fits the bill.

When going out while high, just remember to take whatever will make you more comfortable. You might be better off with comfy shoes, a cold bottle of water, some sunglasses, and you’re going to want to keep your camera on hand. You’ll definitely find tons of Instagram-worthy moments in any of these places.

So without further ado, here is a list of the top beaches, parks, gardens, museums, art installations, restaurants, bars, and clubs to visit while high.

Best beaches in Miami

There are very few things in this world that are better than combining cannabis with the beach. Your heightened senses will thank you for every inch of the paradisiac coast line on these Miami beaches.

Remember to take sunscreen, plenty of liquids, some fun activities, music, and ask some friends to join. And if you love being in the water but don’t like getting wet, then try renting a boat with your crew.

Whether you’re on the shore or in the water, these beaches are world-wide tourist destinations for a reason. So if you haven’t visited these natural wonders yet, we highly recommend you do so.

While these suggestions might be more apt for a weekend road-trip, trust us when we tell you that you won’t regret visiting any of these stunning beaches.

Blue mountain beach

blue mountain beach
Blue Mountain Beach. Source: Visit South Walton

If you’re looking for a serene beach with tons of natural beauty, then we recommend you check out Blue Mountain Beach. It’s covered with blue flowers that go perfectly with the intense blue of the ocean!

If you do take a trip to Blue Mountain Beach in South Walton, stop by the Blue Mountain Creamery for some out-of-this-world handmade ice cream. You can also enjoy live music while trying some of the tastiest seafood around.

If ice cream isn’t really your speed and you prefer a cold beer, then stop by Johnny McTighe’s Irish Pub and get your hands on some of the tastiest and coldest craft beers in the area! While there, remember to check out their game room, which is stocked to the brim with endless hours of fun.

And if you’re not quite sure of what you can expect from Blue Mountain, check out their First Timer’s Guide, which is filled with really great tips on enjoying your day at the beach.

Lovers Key State Park Beach

Lovers Key State Park Beach
Lovers Key Beach. Source: Trip Advisor

Lovers Key Beach has its name for a reason. This pristine, virgin paradise is not only a great spot to enjoy after getting high, it’s also a beach wedding destination.

Getting married isn’t the only thing you can do there, though. They have tons of activities and recreational plans you can take part in. From kayaking in the calm lagoons to enjoying some rays on the shore, there is an activity for everyone!

It’s also quite famous for its dolphin sightings. So, if you’re a fan of marine wildlife, check out Love Keys ASAP! It does not only have two-miles of white sand from where you can see dolphins, though.

Love Key Park actually has over five miles of trails that you can cover by foot or bike. There, you will be completely alone in nature, which is a rare commodity these days.

If you want to plan your trip ahead of time, here is the park map that you can consult. Also, keep in mind that they charge an $8 commission fee. But trust us when we say that we would happily pay ten times more, given what’s waiting on the other side.

The park also has visiting hours that are from 8 a.m. to sundown. So, we recommend you get there early.

Jacksonville Beach

Jacksonville Beach
Jacksonville Beach. Source: Visit Jacksonville

First of all, what else is there to say after seeing this sunset? Those sunset lovers out there will definitely not be disappointed. They actually have tons of parks, waterways, and ecological preserves you can enjoy while high!

As they say on their website, Jacksonville is an unforgettable opportunity to escape city life and get active in nature’s playground! They have tons of wildlife you can enjoy with those tingling senses that weed is known for.

If animals aren’t your thing, then feel free to enjoy some hiking or biking, and you can even camp out at the beach! This is the largest urban park system in the country, after all. So get ready to pick up your jaw from the floor with 80,000 acres of non-stop nature.

If you decide to stop by Jacksonville, we recommend visiting their water experiences and the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve as the must-do’s of all that Jacksonville has to offer.

Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Beach
Pensacola Beach. Source: Visit Pensacola

Pensacola is a luxury destination for sure! It has nearly 500 years of history, and that vintage feeling permeates the whole town while also giving it a modern twist! Which is why it is such a good beach to enjoy while high.

If you enjoy a good shopping trip, you will love a visit to this amazing destination. They have some of the most unique boutiques in the entire Sunshine State. So, going into town before watching the sunset on the sugar-white glistening sands of the beach, might be a good idea.

Hollywood Beach

Hollywood Beach
Pensacola Beach. Source: Visit Pensacola

There is a reason why we saved Hollywood Beach for last. We know that it is quite a tourist destination and that there are normally tons of people there. But there are tons of things to do at Hollywood Beach that you simply have to partake in, especially if you’re high.

It might be a good idea to follow an itinerary that will allow you to explore all of the wonderful things that a day in the South Florida area can offer. If you’re already there, take a stroll down the broadwalk, or get yourself a one-of-a-kind-tasting burger at Le Tub.

You can also visit the Anne Kolb Nature Center to get in touch with nature and enjoy some stunning wildlife. There is something for everyone at Hollywood Beach. The best part of all is that it is one of the most weed-friendly beaches in the world!

The best museums/art galleries

If you don’t really enjoy being in direct contact with the sun and a beach day doesn’t sound like your jam, then there is no better place to go while high than to an art museum or gallery. Art and cannabis, simply put, go perfectly together.

And if you’re in the Miami area, surely you know that Miami is famous for being one of the most influential cities in the art market right now. So there is always an endless stream of exhibitions that will leave you wishing you could live inside the artist’s minds.

Trust us when we tell you that if you haven’t experienced art while high, you’re missing out. So get ready to see some really trippy artwork, gigantic murals, and stunning architecture that will take your breath away in our top picks for museums in the Miami area.

Institute of Contemporary Art

Institute of Contemporary Art
The Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami. Source: CN Traveler

The Institute of Contemporary Art is definitely something you don’t want to miss while high! The building isn’t the only stunning thing about this museum; its temporary and permanent exhibitions are some of the best in town.

If you’re a fan of Pablo Picasso, Yves Klein, and Roy Lichtenstein, then you have to visit the ICA as soon as possible to see their artwork right in front of you! They also shed light on local emerging artists, so if you want to get a feel of the Miami art scene, this is the place to go.

This wonder-filled museum is located in the Miami Design District and is one of the few museums in Miami that doesn’t charge an entry fee! You can visit it from Wednesday to Sunday during the hours of 12 to 6 pm. So enjoy!

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science
The Phillip and Patricia Frost Science Museum. Source: CN Traveler

Not all museums have art in them; some have hammer-head sharks! We know that it might seem a bit strange to suggest learning about science while high, but trust us when we tell you that this museum is something you don’t want to miss!

Not only does it have one of the most sophisticated planetariums in the nation, but it features a 31-foot-wide oculus that allows you to see a three-story aquarium that’s filled to the brim with sharks!

We would actually say that the Phillip and Patricia Frost museum is the perfect balance between art, science, nature, and technology. They even have tons of interactive experiences you can take part in.

We recommend the 3D planetarium shows; they will take your imagination to new heights. If you feel like dancing, they also have an interactive dance floor. This museum is a stoner’s dream, that’s for sure.

This museum does charge an entry fee, though. It’s $30 for the day, or you can pay for a membership that allows you year-round admission for $109. We would pay the membership; a day isn’t even enough to explore the six-story, four-building complex.

They are open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. So, make sure you get there early. You’re going to need the time.


Artechouse. Source: Artechouse

Artechouse is one of the most innovative art organizations in the Miami area! Their name is actually a combination of art, technology, and home. And they pride themselves on being at the intersection of art, science, and technology.

They are local pioneers in experiential art that is created and produced by the same people who are experiencing it. They have multiple immersive, interactive art spaces, as well as extended reality with XR.

So if you love feeling like a kid while playing with some really trippy art, this is the place for you. Whether you wander through the cyberpunk simulated cityscapes, visit the interactive market, or play in the daiko drum experience, this museum has an endless stream of activities.

This boundary-pushing museum is a must-see on any stoner’s list of destinations. Their entry fee is $30, but believe us when we say that it will be worth every cent. So visit this bizarre and stunning museum any day from 2 to 8 pm.


Superblue Museum. Source: Superblue

This museum is probably one of the trippiest things on our list. So, if you love to see some other-wordly installations while high, this is the place for you!
You can explore the mirrored labyrinth by Es Devlin or walkthrough a life-changing digital environment by teamLab. There is even a light-based interactive exhibit by James Turell and an evolving cloud installation that will make you feel like you’re floating in the sky.
Whatever you choose to do in Superblue, trust us when we tell you it will likely be memorable!
Their entry fee costs $36, making it the most expensive recommendation on our list. But this isn’t a museum, it’s another planet! So, if you look at it like that, it’s very cheap.
They are open from Monday to Thursday during the hours of 11 am to 7 pm and Fridays to Sundays from 10 am to 8 pm. Make sure you get there early, because this museum is worth spending the day in.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Vizcaya Gardens. Source: CN Traveler

If you’re into traveling and have ever been to Europe, these gardens will definitely take you back. If you haven’t been to Europe, this is the closest you can get to it without leaving Miami.

The Vizcaya Gardens originated in the 1910s and were commissioned by James Deering. Other than its rich historical background, this garden complex houses some of the most exotic and rare plants you will find in Miami.

It is also a waterfront estate, so you can pick a really nice view of the ocean for your picnic, and have an even more transcendent experience. Other than enjoying a nice picnic, you can also take a look at some of their 2,500 antiques and artworks. Or stroll through the gardens that house over 2,000 orchids.

This is without a doubt the perfect Sunday date plan, whether it’s with friends or your significant other. The Vizcaya Gardens are open every day except Tuesday from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. They charge an admission fee of $25. So, keep that in mind!

Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden

Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden
Fairchild Tropical Botanical Gardens. Source: CN Traveler

When it comes to the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Gardens, not only will you find scenery like the one in the photograph, you will also encounter tons of wildlife like the 40 species of exotic butterflies that can be found in their Wings of the Tropics exhibit.

If you are looking for something that is breathtaking and really great to look at, then this is the place for you. Give your lungs a break from the city and enjoy some quiet time in these wonderful acreages of non-stop natural beauty.

This is actually the home of most of the plants that are indiginous to South Florida and that can’t survive anywhere else. So, they house some really special plants that will allow you to get to know Miami’s natural habitat.

This garden also has free admission! So if you´re looking for something that will fit your budget, this is the place to go!

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There are tons of things to do and see in Miami, especially if you’re high! We hope that these recommendations inspired you to take some time to explore your city while under the effects of cannabis.

If you have other places that you enjoy when consuming cannabis, feel free to share them with us and our readers in the comments section below!

If you liked the content and want to share it with your friends so you can plan your next hang out together, feel free to do so! And thank you for reading!

Stick around for part two of this article where we will cover the best parks, restaurants, bars and nightclubs in the Miami area to go after getting high!

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