Old Fashioned July Fourth at the Barnacle: Celebrate the Fourth the old-fashioned way at Miami’s first house still standing on its original ground. Open from 11 AM – 4 PM, the Monroe House will be opened to visitors for tours. There will be children’s activities, kite-making, and knot demonstrations, among other period-inspired activities. You’re invited to bring a picnic lunch or purchase food on site, but you should make other dinner plans: there are no fireworks at this celebration, Barnacle State Historic Site is located in the heart of the Grove at 3485 Main Highway. Call the Historical Society at (305) 442-6866 for more information.
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