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Florida Attractions

Florida Attractions

Florida has over 1300 golf courses; 1197 miles of pristine coastline of there are 663 miles of beaches. There are 160 state parks and an almost countless local parks and centres of recreation. Some of the best attractions Florida has to offer are as follows :

The Clearwater Marine Aquarium

This marine aquarium is dedicated to rescue, rehabilitate & release sick & injured marine animals. The star of the hit movies Dolphin Tale and Dolphin Tale 2 is housed in this very aquarium. You can find and come close to so much marine life here, that all the time spent here is unforgettable.

John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art

This state of the art museum in Sarasota, Florida has been designated as the official state art museum of Florida and has one of the most preeminent art & cultural collections in the United States. They have rare collections and artefacts that are not worth a miss!

Everglades Holiday Park

This is the perfect place for fun family holidays. With live alligator presentations, food, souvenirs, fresh water fishing, airboat tours, etc. the entire family can have loads of fun here. Nearly three decades after being founded by George Bridges, this park serves as South Florida's premier gateway to the state's most exciting natural attractions and the best family holidays.

Discovery Cove

Imagine swimming with bottlenose dolphins, feeding exotic tropical birds, playing with families of otters, and going snorkeling in the cleanest and the most beautiful waters while staying in luxurious private cabanas. If this is your idea of the perfect recreation, then Discovery Cove is where you should be walking in.

Disney World Theme Park

How could anyone forget the magical Disney World Theme Park? This theme park is the first ever Disney World to open up in the world, and everybody remembers the image of the Cinderella Castle that represents this park, as a symbol of recognition. Even if you are not a kid, you once were, and you are just bound to have fun here.

St. Augustine Town Plan Historic District

The St. Augustine district has been declared as a U.S. National Historic Landmark District. The town has over 200 historic buildings and is the oldest continuously occupied European and African American settlement in the U.S. The colonial feel of the town is more felt than seen, and gives an insight into the glorious history of the area.

Sea Shells of Sanibel

Sanibel is a popular tourist destination known for its shell beaches and wildlife a laid back community of shops, restaurants and recreational pursuits. Incidentally, Sanibel happens to be the last tropical island in the United States. So visit it before it disappears too!

Salvador Dali Museum

Paying tribute to the great icon – Salvador Dali, this art museum is St. Petersburg, Florida houses the largest collection of the Dali's works outside of Europe. The museum's collection includes about 96 oil paintings, over 100 water colors and drawings, 1300 graphics, photographs, sculptures and objects d'art as well as an extensive archival library all related to Salvador Dali. It is a paradise for all Dali fans, and one could take days to go through the collection in its entirety.

Castillo de San Marcos

The Castillo is the oldest Masonry fort in the entire continental United States. It is not only a monument of human determination and endurance, resonating with the struggles of the times gone by, providing tangible evidence of America's remarkable history.

Daytona Beach

One of the most popular beach cities, Daytona is known for motor sports in restricted areas, owing to suitable terrain and soil, so much so that it is THE destination to go for motorsports. The beach entertains more than 8 million visitors each year. A lot of land-speed records in the world have been set on this beach. So let the adventure spirit in you come out and have fun here.

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