(BRIGHTLINE) Things to Do With the Kids This Week --Looking for new ways to entertain the kids and explore South Florida with the whole family? Brightline makes it easy to find hours of family-friendly fun in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. The best part? Kids ride free every day through August 31st. Just make sure to book seats for everyone before you travel.
7/24 – Baby and Me Tour at the Pérez Art Museum Miami
7/25 – Free Family Music Jam at Miami Beach Regional Library
7/26 – Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals at Marlins Park
Daily – FunDimension in Wynwood
7/24-7/26 – Rescue Exhibit at the Museum of Discovery and Science
7/25 – New River Mock Archaeological Dig with the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
7/26 – Sea Turtle Oversight Protection Turtle Trek
Daily – Funky Fish Ocean Camp along Fort Lauderdale Beach
West Palm Beach
7/24 – Kids Day Out at Discover Vedas
7/26 – Summer Story Time at The Society of the Four Arts
7/27 – Craftastic Family Movie at Mandel Public Library
7/27 – Summertime City Kids on the Farm at Yesteryear Village
7/27 – Nights at the Museum "Ocean Commotion" at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium
From Ed Cunningham, Communications Manager for the Village of North Palm Beach:
PRESS RELEASE_(Miami, FL- July 13, 2018)- With the World Cup wrapping up this Sunday, Brightline and the FIFA World Cup™ Wynwood Series want to make sure that soccer fans will be getting an out of this world experience. The action will begin at the train stations themselves and continue all the way down to the Wynwood Marketplace. Soccer fans in South Florida from Palm Beach and Broward counties will be transported to Miami for this once in a lifetime journey.
Brightline will depart West Palm at 9 a.m. and Fort Lauderdale at 9:42 a.m. The company is offering a special “Summer Sundays,” one-way segments will cost $10 for Smart Service and $20 for Select Service from Fort Lauderdale and $15 for Smart Service and $30 for Select Service from West Palm Beach and $20 to $25 for Select Service in a one-way segment between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Lyft is Brightline’s official rideshare partner and has designated pick-up and drop-off locations at each station for guests’ ease and convenience.
The journey for soccer fans will begin when they enter Brightline’s stations which will be decorated from the countries that will be playing in the final game. While on board, riders will get the chance to jam to live music, get their face painted, and quench their thirst with specialty themed cocktails and different samplings. Themed brand ambassadors and giveaways will also be taking place.
“Next to the stadium in Russia itself, I cannot think of a more exciting place to watch the World Cup than Miami and specifically Wynwood, which has completely embraced this year’s tournament,” shared Johanna Rojas, vice president of marketing for Brightline. “We are thrilled to collaborate on this partnership and offer Palm Beach and Broward residents an effortless way to experience Sunday’s final with the international energy of Miami.”
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