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Coral Gables and the Merrick House is a great place to visit. The beauty of the city is amazing! I was so impressed that I put together a video on my Youtube channel at "thewrightsights". Learn a little about the history of this "City Beautiful"!
Merrick was the architect of Coral Gables and this was his home. It is beautiful and the guides are very knowledgeable and nice to talk to. Take a tour - it's worth it. The gardens are also very nice and you could probably have a...More
I went to this park for a photoshoot and it left me pretty speechless. The house is so vintage and beautiful! There's many colors that pop and the Ocean is right next to it. There's also a huge field of grass where many event/activities take...More
Definitely a place to visit to learn more about the Merrick family and how the Gables was started. House tours are during a specific schedule and usually given by volunteers that grew up in the Gables. The gardens are beautiful and have several different fruit...More
Nice place to visit and great restaurants.
Upscale shopping with many brands to choose from.
Ice cream stores. Be careful st Godiva chocolate not to be overcharged for your purchase .... sales lady was very rude to us when we found out she overcharged us...More
We were disappointed to see that the house is still being restored, but we found the gardens and were able to peek into the windows and can see that it is going to be beautiful. Sorry we could no see it, but soon it will...More
This beautiful home and gardens is closed currently and being refurbished. We didn't realize it and drive there. A bit disappointed. So I drove past it and onto the the next street. I spotted a beautiful old garden with a rock grotto. I pulled over...More
This would be a great little home to tour once it is restored and preserved. As it stands, it's a wreck. I visited while the place was fenced in and painters were beginning to work on the exterior. It is a landmark and represents an...More