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Touring Florida’s Railroad Museums

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Florida’s rich railroad history is directly tied to industrialist Henry Flagler, a name not necessarily well known among the state’s millions of residents. But if it wasn’t for Flagler and his railroads, Florida would likely be a very different place today. Not only did he build the Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami and […]

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Egmont Key

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Egmont Key, St. Petersburg: Accessible only by private boat, Egmont Key has a unique natural and cultural history, including a lighthouse that has stood since 1858. Although this park is primarily a wildlife refuge, it can be a personal refuge – a place to relax and collect shells along secluded, pristine beaches. During the 19th […]

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Florida Polytechnic University

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Central Florida boasts a new landmark that is not another theme park or resort yet draws attention on a global scale. The icon is Florida’s newest state university whose signature building is a spectacular example of modern architecture that is turning heads along Interstate 4 in Lakeland. Florida Polytechnic University’s Innovation, Science and Technology Building is […]

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Lowry Park Zoo

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Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo is not only a place to enjoy up-close animal encounters, behind the scenes experiences, and exciting rides, it’s also a center dedicated to the conservation of endangered wildlife. The zoo takes part in almost 100 programs dedicated to breeding and conservation efforts with the goal of improving species survival rates around the […]

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The Dali Museum

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Housing the world-famous Salvador Dali Collection, the Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg is the largest collection of the Spanish artist’s work outside of Spain. The Dalí Museum has been rated by the Michelin Guide as the top museum in the American South and by TripAdvisor as the #1 attraction in St. Petersburg. The new building, […]

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Florida Wineries

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Florida wineries… not the first state that comes to mind when considering a wine-centric vacation but think again! Florida boasts a wine-making tradition started by Spanish settlers centuries ago continues today in Florida at more than 50 wineries scattered across the state. Florida’s subtropical climate, rich soils and hilly terrain provide just the right combination for […]

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Turtle Mound

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Turtle Mound, New Smyrna Beach: Turtle Mound is a prehistoric archaeological site along the Indian River shoreline just south of New Smyrna Beach and the largest shell midden on the mainland United States. The turtle-shaped mound contains oysters and refuse from the prehistoric Timucuan people. Archaeologists believe that these people may have used this site […]

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Lion Country Safari

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Lion Country Safari, West Palm Beach is a leader in Palm Beach County’s tourism industry, offering a unique and affordable opportunity to enjoy the only drive-through safari in Florida (where you drive your own vehicle). The park has been recognized as one of the top three zoos in America by USA Travel Guide and has entertained and educated 24 million guests […]

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Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park

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Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, Tallahassee: There is a saying in Florida that the further north you go the more southern it gets, and the Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens in northwestern Florida is a good example of that adage. Dogwoods, azaleas, redbuds and camellias are the backbone of the garden plantings here, a […]

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Devil’s Den

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Devil’s Den, Williston: Florida’s amazing system of underground springs includes Devil’s Den Spring, a privately owned scuba diving training center in Williston. Scuba divers and snorkelers descend into an underground spring inside a dry cave that has been home to many extinct animal fossils dating back to the Pleistocene Age. Relicts are on display at […]

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