There are larger-than-life roosters all along 8th street (aka: Calle Ocho). One of the most humorous things to do in Little Havana is to take photos with them.
The most interesting thing we did in Little Havana all day, was to be a part of a hand-rolled cigar tour. We cannot recommend it enough!
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This little park, whose official name is “Maximo Gomez Park” but is lovingly called “Domino Park,” is filled with people (mostly men) over the age of 55, playing dominos. It's one of the top things to witness in Little Havana, Miami.
This Art-Deco-designed theater facade is one of the most iconic buildings in Miami, and certainly in Little Havana. It shows English and Spanish movies with subtitles and aims to instill an appreciation of the cinema in future generations. Sometimes they pair a showing with a panel discussion associated with the film.