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Free, Expert-led Tours of more than 30 Designed Landscapes in South Florida

On April 12-13 in Miami and South Florida, The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) will host What's Out There Weekend Miami, providing residents and visitors an opportunity to discover and explore more than thirty publicly accessible designed landscapes from Miami to Palm Beach during free, expert-led tours. A What's Out There Weekend Miami Web site features downloadable information and a schedule of tours for all the locations. Aventura Mall and Bartlett Tree Experts are the Presenting Sponsors of What's Out There Weekend Miami.

The Weekend is an extension of the What's Out There database of America's designed landscapes. The free, online, searchable, Wiki-format, and authoritative database hosts illustrated entries of more than 1,500 parks, gardens and open spaces throughout the US, supported by more than 10,000 images and 750 designer profiles. What's Out There is now optimized for smartphones and other handheld devices and features What's Nearby, a GPS-enabled function that locates all sites in the What's Out There database within a 25-mile radius of any given location.

What's Out There Weekend sites:

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Biltmore Hotel
Bethesda-by-Sea Episcopal Church
Bonnet House Museum and Gardens
Crandon Park
Deerfield Beach City Arboretum
Deering Estate
Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden
Flamingo Gardens
Fruit and Spice Park
Greynolds Park
Gifford Arboretum
Lincoln Road
Little Havana
Matheson Hammock Park
Miami Beach Botanical Garden and Environs
Miami SoundScape Lincoln Park
Memorial Fountain
Merrick House
Morikami Museum &Japanese Gardens
Pan's Garden
Pinecrest Gardens
Society of the Four Arts Gardens
South Beach
South Pointe Park Shoreline
The Ancient Spanish Monastery
The Barnacle
The Kampong
University of Miami
Venetian Pool
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Worth Avenue

"This is the ninth What's Out There Weekend TCLF has organized and the first in the South," said Charles A. Birnbaum, TCLF's founder and president. "We are expecting a capacity crowd of more than 1,000 people who will tour the region's rich and unrivaled landscape legacy."