The Metromover is an elevated train that runs around the 7 km of Miami's city centre. It's a way of discovering the centre of the city for free, without having to do so by foot.
- Inner Loop: This line takes a complete route around the business district and offers excellent connections with the other two lines. Just around the corner from the Government Center stop you can find the Miami-Dade Cultural Center and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida and the Pérez Art Museum. and from the Bayfront Park stop you can get some unbeatable views of Biscayne Bay.
- Omni Loop: To head northwards, to the Omni district, you'll have to take the train at College/Bayside Station on the Inner Loop. And on the way, you'll pass by some places of great touristic interest, such as Freedom Tower, Bayside Marketplace, or the American Airlines Arena.
- Brickell Loop: This is the southward line, which can be taken from Third Street on the Inner Loop. On this route, you can still see some of the wooden houses which formed part of the very first neighborhood in Miami, and you'll also pass by the Miami Circle, Native American ruins that are over 2,000 years old.
You can transfer onto the Metromover from the Metrorail at the Government Center and Brickell stops.
Schedule and Frequency
The Metromover runs from 5 am to 12 midnight, every minute and a half at rush hour and every 3 minutes outside, every day of the week. This makes it a quick and convenient way to get around the center of the city.
Well Worth It
The Miami Metromover shows you the center of the city, saves you from the city's traffic, and best of all is free! There's no reason not to give it a try.