The Top 10 Attractions in Florida

Walt Disney World
Epcot Center
Disney - MGM Studios
Disney's Blizzard Beach
Universal Studios
Sea World
Busch Gardens
Wet 'n Wild
Kennedy Space Center
Daytona International Speedway

Orlando Attractions

Guests can experience seven wondrous and enchanting lands of fun and make-believe where timeless, never forgotten stories come to life. 40 famous Disney attractions, parades and shows await you in this kingdom where the enchantment never ends.

Guests can experience thrilling attractions, spectacular live entertainment, back stage action, and special events that capture the spirit of Hollywood. Visitors can experience the hair-raising Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, see the new GOOSE BUMPS Horror land and Fright Show, and catch Disney's Hercules "Zero to Hero" Victory Parade on Hollywood Boulevard.

Whether real, imaginary or extinct, the animals who rule this domain bring to life a day of adventure into the mystery, marvels and thrills of Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park.

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Guests can explore all that's new in science, technology, energy and health, or visit eleven different countries and experience the food, music, shopping and culture. Illuminations becomes a worldwide celebration featuring new music, special effects and thunderous fireworks.

Thrill to over 40 rides, shows, and attractions, including "Terminator 2: 3-D Battle Across Time", "Jaws®", "Back To The Future®", "Kongfrontation®", "E.T. Adventure®", "A Day in the Park with Barney", and the all new "Twister"®.

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Interactive marine adventure park featuring colorful Key West attraction, which stretches across five acres, with exhibits of sea turtles, sting rays and dolphins; the polar adventure, Wild Arctic, where guests encounter live polar bears; the Shamu killer whale show; the high-speed, split-second water heroics of Baywatch at Seaworld. New to the water coaster thrill ride, Journey to Atlantis.

This unique 76 acre outdoor attraction allows visitors to explore China's sites and landmarks -- Forbidden City, Great Wall, Leshan Grand Buddha, Stone Forest, Terra Cotta Warriors and more. Discover fascinating shows, taste delicious Chinese cuisine and let dancers, actors and acrobats entertain you all day.

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Downtown Disney Pleasure Island
Experience nighttime entertainment at its best with seven night clubs, incredible stage shows, outstanding live outdoor concerts and a nightly New Year's Eve party.

Downtown Disney West side
Entertainment is first rate on the "West Side" including AMC 24 Theaters, House of Blues, Wolfgang Puck Cafe, Bongos, and the amazing Virgin Megastore.

Hard Rock Live
The future of rock history-the all new Hard Rock Live features a 2000-seat concert venue, state-of-the-art sound, lighting and broadcast systems, worth of the legendary acts that will grace our stage. 


Near Orlando:

Family entertainment park featuring thrill rides, live entertainment, animal exhibits, shops, restaurants and one of the top zoos in the country. Land of the Dragons, a fantastic new children's play area, is now open. This dragon-themed adventure land features a variety of interactive attractions, children's rides, a theater and a three story tree- house with a stairway, slide and bridges. Also enjoy Kumba, the largest, fastest, longest roller coaster in the southeast and Montu, the longest and tallest inverted roller coaster in the world.

New Silver Springs features the world famous Glass Bottom Boats, the World of Bears, Kids Ahoy! Play land, headline concerts, the Jungle Cruise, Jeep Safari, the new "Wild Waters" water park and its "Cool Kids Cove" children's play area, and much more.



Adventure Island is whipping up waves of excitement for the whole family! It's full of thrills as you discover a combination of exhilarating slides, tropical beaches, pools and floats.

Enjoy the newest water park at the WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort and plunge 60 miles an hour on the largest, fastest free fall speed slide, Summit Plummet. Heated water. Pre-teen and children's area.

Experience a relaxing atmosphere of water rides, sandy beaches, sparkling pool and nature trails at the ol' swimmin' hole. Children's area and heated water.

Enjoy America's largest inland surf pool, a shark reef with tropical fish and other water adventures. Children's area and heated water.

Enjoy 36 acres of stimulating slides, twisting flumes, and adventurous pools. Take the family twisting and turning 400 ft. down the Anaconda, or float swiftly along an 850 ft. tropical river. Grab a body board and ride the only surfing simulator in the Eastern U.S. Families can enjoy a wet day of fun and retreat to three acres of beautifully landscaped picnic area. There's something for every family member at Water Mania!

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Enjoy a full day of fun at Orlando's best selection of world renown water rides, including an elaborate children's playground featuring mini versions of our most popular rides. The new Fuji Flyer is a thrilling four passenger toboggan ride through 450 feet of exciting banked curves. Offering the most variety of multi-person rides so families and friends can experience their exciting water adventures together!

Exciting family water park featuring 450,000 gallon wave pool, seven speed flumes and water slides. "Cool Kids Cove" is a one acre attraction featuring a shallow lagoon with a wooden dock complete with water slides, net bridge, water cannons, swings, waterfalls and tunnels. Park also features miniature golf, volleyball, and picnic facilities.


Canaveral National Seashore
is on a barrier island which includes ocean, beach, dune, hammock, lagoon, salt marsh, and pine flatland habitats. The barrier island and adjacent waterways offer a blend of plant and animal life. Records show that 1,045 species of plants and 310 species of birds can be found in the park. Visitors may enjoy walking the nature and historical trails during the cool winter months. Throughout the year opportunity for recreational activities include; lagoon and surf fishing, boating, canoeing, surfing, sunbathing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding and backcountry camping.

Orlando Famous Landmarks & Historic Places:

Apopka Seaboard Air Line Railway Depot
Carroll Building (Apopka)
Old Orlando Railroad Depot
Annie Russell Theatre
Tinker Building
Twin Mounds Archeological District
Callaham Neighborhood
J.A. Colyer Building
Orlando Coolidge House
Astronaut Hall of Fame (Titusville)
Kennedy Space Center
Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium

Florida Gulf of Mexico Attractions


Destin-Ft. Walton Beach-Okaloosa Island -- FL

Summer on the Emerald Coast is a special time, and guests of all ages are sure to enjoy their time here. Perhaps that's why Southern Living readers have voted this area the "#1 Family Destination and the Best Beach in the South" three years running.
Directions: Take I-85 South to 98 East.
Features: Covered Pavilion, Restrooms, Boat Ramp, Gear Rentals, Grills and Picnic Tables.

Henderson Beach State Recreation Area -- FL

Recreational activities at Henderson Beach State Recreation Area offer something for the entire family. Swimming, surf fishing and picnicking are popular pastimes. Visitors wishing to try their luck in the surf may catch popular species such as pompano and whiting.
Directions: 98 East to 17000 Emerald Coast Parkway, Destin.
Features: Lifeguards, Picnicking, Surf Fishing, Sandwich Pavilion, Bathhouses with showers.

Navarre Beach -- FL

Nestled between tall shady oaks and the Santa Rosa Sound, Navarre Beach is your family's perfect beach destination! Snow white sands and emerald green surf define the setting and accentuate all local amenities. Play by day at over one-mile waterfront boardwalks, the Panhandle Butterfly House or children's playground.
Directions: From I-10 take Exit 4 to Highway 98 East or Exit 10 to Route 87 South to Navarre Beach.
Features: Covered Pavilion, Concessions, Restrooms, Showers, Lifeguards, Volleyball, Boat Ramp, Gear Rentals, Grills and Picnic Tables.


Gulf of Mexico Attractions

Big Lagoon State Park

Directions: From Destin, cross the bridge to Okaloosa Island on U.S. Highway 90. Parking is on the south side of the road.
Phone: (850) 882-4164
Hours: Florida state parks are open from 8 a.m. until sundown 365 days a year.
Web site: www.floridastateparks.org/biglagoon/default.asp
Big Lagoon State Park derives its name from a bordering body of water called Big Lagoon. This coastal park which consists of 712 upland acres, was opened in 1978 and beckons visitors with all the recreational opportunities expected at a Florida state park.

The Civil War Soldiers Museum

Location: 108 South Palafox Place, Pensacola, FL 32501
Phone: 850-469-1900
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. till 4:30 p.m.
Web site: www.cwmuseum.org/main.asp
The Civil War Soldiers Museum was founded in 1991, and exhibits the private collection of Dr. Norman W. Haines, Jr., a local physician, who began collecting as a boy near the Antietam Battlefield. Experience what it was like to serve during the Civil War. The Museum's diverse collection offers wonderful insights into our nation's rich history. The Pensacola Room highlights the contributions of Stephen R. Mallory, the renowned Confederate Secretary of Navy, and the handmade First National Confederate flag captured by Wilson's New York Zouaves during the Battle of Santa Rosa Island, October 9, 1861.

Eglin Air Force Base: Destin Bridge

Directions: From Destin, cross the bridge to Okaloosa Island on U.S. Highway 90. Parking is on the south side of the road.
Phone: (850) 882-4164
Web site: www.floridaconservation.org/viewing/sites/site-nw4.html
Eglin Air Force Base features hundreds of thousand of acres of relatively undisturbed wildlife habitat. The Destin Bridge site features beaches and sandy flats along a busy inlet between Okaloosa Island and the town of Destin. Birds are the main attraction and include terns, gulls, black skimmers, brown pelicans, several species of shorebirds, great blue and little blue herons, snowy egrets, reddish egrets (in the fall), and occasionally black-necked stilts. Loons, northern gannets, and various sea ducks paddle offshore and are clearly visible with a good spotting scope. From May through August, threatened least terns and snowy plovers nest in the sand.

Gulf Islands National Seashore

Directions: From Pensacola Beach, travel west to Fort Pickens park entrance. Naval Live Oaks is just east of Gulf Breeze on U.S. Highway 98.
Phone: (850) 934-2600
Web site: www.floridaconservation.org/viewing/sites/site-nw1.html
The Fort Pickens and Naval Live Oaks areas are the two best sites to view wildlife in Florida's portion of this national seashore. The Fort Pickens area is located on the western end of Santa Rosa Island amidst the ruins of Fort Pickens. The Naval Live Oaks area is located near the town of Gulf Breeze on the mainland. Both sites offer interpretive centers, trails, ranger-led walks, and excellent birding during spring migration. Fort Pickens includes beach, dune, salt marsh, and scrub upland habitats, while Naval Live Oaks is covered mostly by hammocks of live oak, magnolia, hickory, and red cedar. An observation platform at the west end of the trail from the interpretive center at Naval Live Oaks provides a scenic view of Santa Rosa Sound.

Hawkshaw Lagoon

Phone: (850) 438-1178
Email: info@hawkshawmemorial.org
Web site: floridastateparks.org/standrews/default.asp
Features the only national memorial to missing children in the country and serves as an open classroom for students to study the lagoon's ecosystem, providing an excellent vantage point for birdwatching.

The Junior Museum

Location: 1731 Jenks Avenue, Panama City, Florida 32405
Phone: (850) 769-6128
Email: jrmuseum@knology.net
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm; Sunday and Major Holidays, closed
Web site: www.jrmuseum.org
The Junior Museum is a hands-on children’s museum designed to inspire and educate children through interactive exhibits and programs focusing on science, history, cultural studies, and the environment. Inside the 8,500-square foot building we have dozens of fun activities for young and old alike. Pretend to drive a real boat and catch fish in the Gulf of Mexico in the Imagine Me exhibit. Go on a wildlife safari in the Nature Corner. Launch a hot air balloon or freeze your shadow in the Hands-On Science room. Watch Mr. Bones, our life-size skeleton, ride a bike and learn about healthy living in Body Works. Little visitors love Discovery Depot with lots of “just my size” activities.

National Museum of Naval Aviation

Location: 1750 Bradford Blvd Ste B, NAS Pensacola, FL 32508
Phone: (850) 452-3604 or toll free: (800) 327-5002
Web site: www.naval-air.org
Naval Aviation transcends both time and space, from wood and fabric biplanes, to the frontiers of space. The Museum captures Naval Aviation's heritage and brings its story of challenge, ingenuity, and courage to you! (Source: Alabama Gulf Coast Convention & Visitors Bureau)

St. Andrews State Park

Location: 4620 State Park Lane, Panama City Beach FL 32408
Phone: 850-233-5110
Hours: Florida state parks are open from 8 a.m. until sundown 365 days a year.
Web site: floridastateparks.org/standrews/default.asp
St. Andrews State Park is one of the most popular outdoor recreation spots in Florida. Named by Travel Magazine as "The World's Best Beach," in 1995, St. Andrews is well known for its sugar white sands and crystal-clear emerald green water.


Location: 5701 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
Phone: (850) 932-2229
Hours:Open daily, weather permitting, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve
Email: information@the-zoo.com
Web site: www.the-zoo.com
A wildlife experience awaits you at The ZOO, with over 700 animals surrounded by botanical gardens. Spend the day - get a close look at bears, tigers, rhinos and zebras. Photograph the colorful birds. Watch playful primates. See sleek otters slip through water. Take a ride on a camel - or on the Safari Line Limited - a train ride through over 30 acres of free-roaming wildlife (each $3, plus tax)! There's plenty to see and do at The ZOO!

Gulf of Mexico Historical Landmarks & Attraction

Civil War Soldiers Museum

Dates open: Tuesday through Saturday
Hours: 10:00am till 4:30pm
Location: 108 South Palafox Place, Pensacola, FL
Price: $5.00 adults, $4.00 military, $2.50 children 6-12; under 6 free
Phone: 850-469-1900
Web site: http://www.cwmuseum.org/
The Civil War Soldiers Museum was founded in 1991, and exhibits the private collection of Dr. Norman W. Haines, Jr., a local physician, who began collecting as a boy near the Antietam Battlefield. Experience what it was like to serve during the Civil War. The Museum's diverse collection offers wonderful insights into our nation's rich history. (Source: Civil War Museum web site)

Historic Pensacola Village

Dates open: Monday through Friday, closed all state holidays
Location: P. O. Box 12866, Pensacola, FL
Hours: 10:00 am until 4:00 pm
Price: $6.00 for adults, $2.50 for children 4-16, (children 3 and under free), $5.00 for Seniors & Active Military
Phone: 850-595-5985 x.100
Web site: http://www.historicpensacola.org/
The Village consists of twenty properties in the Pensacola National Register Historic District. Ten of these properties are interpreted facilities that are open to the public


Gulf of Mexico Amusements:


Gulf Breeze Zoo

Location: 5701 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Pensacola, FL
Phone: (850) 932-2229
Email: information@the-zoo.com
Web site: www.the-zoo.com/
Spend a Day in the Wild! Over 700 animals, 50 acres of botanical gardens, petting zoo, aviary, train ride and shows. Stroll through a serene and tranquil Japanese garden, and catch a ride on the Safari Line train through 30 acres of free-roaming animals in their natual habitat.

Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

Location: Post Office Box 1968, 65 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36633
Phone: (251) 208-6883, toll free: (877) 625-4FUNt
Web site: www.exploreum.net
Hands-on, interactive science adventure for all ages! With permanent exhibits, traveling exhibits from major science centers and the IMAX Dome experience, it's a playground for the mind!

Gulf World Marine Park

Location: 15412 Front Beach Rd., Panama City Beach, Florida
Phone: (850) 234-5271
Web site: www.gulfworldmarinepark.com/
Gulf World Marine Park, a popular Panama City Beach attraction, has enjoyed tremendous growth since its inception in 1969. Gulf World is a Marine Mammal public display facility, which is licensed by the Federal Government under the provisions of the Marine Mammal Protection Act. We promote marine mammal education through the display of live animals.

Miracle Strip Amusement Park

Location: 12000 Front Beach Rd., Panama City Beach, Florida
Phone: 850-234-5810
Miracle Strip has over 30 rides and attractions and is the BEST entertainment value on Panama City Beach for thrill seekers, families and kids!

Shipwreck Island Water Park

Location: 12000 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach, Florida
Phone: 850-234-0368
Web site: www.shipwreckisland.com/
The Gulf Coast's #1 water park Panama City Beach, Florida's Shipwreck Island Water Park is just what you need to get you and your family away from the beach, but still splash in the sun!

Florida Museums, Culture & History

  1. Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden, Winter Park, FL. This museum is dedicated to the life works of noted Czech-American sculptor Albin Polasek (1879-1965).
  2. Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL. Collection of 19th C. European art, etc.
  3. Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL. Fully accredited museum, with a fine Permanent Collection of over 3000 pieces.
  4. Bonnet House, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Bonnet House is a whimsical 35 acre subtropical beach front estate. It was donated to the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation in 1983 by Evelyn Bartlett.
  5. Civil War Soldiers Museum, Pensacola, Fl. Explore 19th century America and the lives of Civil War soldiers who served in the great Confederate and Union armies and navies. Our 4,200 sq. feet of exhibit space currently houses a diverse collection and currently one of the largest Civil War medical collections in the world.
  6. * Florida Association of Museums, a listing. A website that includes a searchable directory of all museums in Florida, plus a listing of exhibits that can be searched by month.
  7. Florida International Museum, St. Petersburg, FL. International blockbuster exhibitions such as Treasures of the Czars, Titanic: The Exhibition and Empires of Mystery. (800) 777-9882 for current exhibition.
  8. Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art, Miami, FL. Dedicated to contemporary art from Spain and Latin America with 11 exhibitions a year.Founded in September 1991.
  9. Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville. See on-line searchable collection databases. Be sure to check out the new virtual exhibit "Fossil Horses in Cyberspace", a new component of the museum website
  10. Great Explorations, The Hands On Museum, St. Petersburg, FL. Interactive museum offering hands on exhibits and family fun that teaches artistic and scientific concepts. Outreach programs and museum rentals available. Traveling exhibits available: Insect Zoo, Creatures of the Dark, Mirror Magic and Maze Mania.
  11. Henry B. Plant Museum, Tampa, FL. Located in the heart of downtown Tampa, The Henry B. Plant Museum interprets the turn-of-the century 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel and the lifestyles of America's Guilded Age. The National Historic Landmark building houses opulent furnishings original to the hotel.
  12. Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Miami.
  13. ! Indian Temple Mound Museum, Fort Walton Beach, FL. Located in the heart of downtown Fort Walton Beach, The Indian Temple Mound Museum has a collection of artifacts from the local area. Covers prehistoric, contact, Civil War and settler time periods.
  14. International Museum of Cartoon Art, Boca Raton, FL. World's largest collection of original cartoon and comic strip art (over 165,000 pieces of art). Founded by Mort Walker (of Beetle Bailey and Hi & Lois). PEANUTS (Snoopy & Gang), GARFIELD and many more "mainstream" cartoon and comic strips are represented at the Museum. First and only place where Disney and Looney Tunes characters have been "blended" in displays under one roof.
  15. International Sport Aviation Museum (ISAM), Lakeland, FL. The international Sport Aviation Museum plays a vital roll in the advancement of aviation technology and research. ISAM serves as a tribute to thosewho have shaped our aviation history and stands as a challange to all who follow.
  16. Junior Museum of Bay County , Panama City, Florida. The mission of the Junior Museum of Bay County is to inspire and educate children through interactive exhibits and programs focusing on science, history, cultural studies, and the environment.
  17. Liberty Bell Memorial Museum, Melbourne, FL. Centerpiece of the museum is a full-sized replica of the Liberty Bell. Also contains many copies of historical documents, military uniforms and war memorabilia. Building is a coverted water tank from the 1920s. There are also collections of model war planes, war ships, and of course American flags of every era of American history. Paintings and photos of presidents and historic events and sites line the walls
  18. Lightner Museum, St. Augustine, FL. Splendors from the Gilded Age cut glass, Victorian art glass, furnishings, costumes, mechanical musical instruments.
  19. Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL. Miami Art Museum exhibits, collects, preserves and interprets international art of the western hemisphere. The focus is on works from the 1940s to the present, complemented by art from other eras for historical perspective.
  20. Miami Museum of Science, Florida.
  21. Morikami, Delray Beach, FL. An exhibition of quality depicting the Japanese settlement of South Florida in the early 1900's. Culture, art, horticulture, and history.
  22. Morse Museum, Winter Park, FL. Tiffany Collection.
  23. Museum of Advertising Icons, South Florida.
  24. Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, FL. Located in the heart of Florida's last remaining coastal hammock preserve, the 50,000 square foot facility is one of the leading major cultural institutions dedicated to interpreting the areas of art, science and Florida history for Central and North Florida audiences through a host of nationally and internationally important permanent and changing exhibitions and programs.
  25. ! Museum of Contemporary Art/North Miami, North Miami, Fl. The Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami offers residents and visitors to South Florida, 8-10 cutting-edge art exhibitions annually, along with a wide variety of public and education programs.
  26. Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida. Strong in the French and American Impressionist and Post Impressionist periods, Chinese artifacts, ceramics and statuary.
  27. Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL. The Orlando Museum of Art is committed to collecting, preserving and interpreting notalbe works or art, and presenting exhibitions of local, regional, national and international significane. The OMA is proud to have important permanent collections of American Art, Art of the Ancient Americas and African Art.
  28. Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL. (The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art)
  29. Salvador Dali Museum, St Petersburg, FL. Contains images of 159 of Dali's works (800*600 video resolution or better recommended.)
  30. St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. Noted for it collection of late 19th and early 20th century European and American collection, it is also the home of the finest collection of photographs in the SE US. There is also an active music program and continuing educational activities for all ages.
  31. St. Petersburg Museum of History, St. Petersburg, FL. The St. Petersburg Museum of History showcases St. Petersburg History from pre-history to the present. Museum has four galleries and features two to four annual exhibits.
  32. Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL. A cultural mecca located downtown along the scenic Hillsborough River, the Tampa Museum of Art provides a broad range of art-related experiences for visitors of all ages. One of the Southeast’s finest museums, there are changing exhibitions that range from contemporary to classic, and a renowned permanent collection of Greek and Roman antiquities. Complementing these exhibitions are a wide range of classes, lectures, lunchtime seminars and walking tours. The Guilders Museum Store offers unique gifts, books, jewelry & children’s items. Tampa Museum of Art truly offers something for everyone. Sender: Lani Czyzewski, Public Information Coordinator Sender email: TM22@ci.tampa.fl.us Comment: Thanks for including us in your site!
  33. The Pensacola Museum of Art , Pensacola, FL. Current exhibitions, classes, lectures, educational programs.
  34. Turn Of The Century Electrotherapy Museum , Loxahatchee, FL. Quack Medical Devices, "Violet Ray" Devices, Antique Tesla Coils, Faradic Medical Batteries, Diathermy Machines, Arc Lamps, Magneto-Electric Machines, and more "shocking" and sometimes hilarious devices thought to cure disease. This is a virtual museum.
  35. Vizcaya, Miami, FL. Vizcaya is a museum for the European decorative arts with period rooms in the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Neo-classic style. It is located in an Italian Renaissance style villa that was built between 1914 and 1916 as the winter residence of the industrialist James Deering. The villa is surrounded by formal gardens.
  36. Wolfsonian, Miami Beach, FL. The Wolfsonian holds more than 70,000 objects predominantly from North America and Europe, providing rich evidence of the cultural, political, and technological changes that swept the world in the century preceding the end of World War II. The collection features furniture, decorative arts, industrial design, paintings, sculpture, architectural models, works on paper, books, and ephemera.

Florida Roadside Attractions

Apalachicola: Gorrie Ice Museum
Alligator Alley: Miccousukee Indian Village
Bithlo: Figure 8 Schoolbus Races
Cape Coral: Iwo Jima statue replica
Cape Coral: Big John, grocery gargantua
Captiva Island:The Bubble Room
Carabelle: World's Smallest Police Station
Cassadaga: Town of Spiritualists
Christmas: Largest Gator Ever Built
Clearwater: Virgin Mary stain on window
Clermont: Florida Citrus Tower
Clermont:Hall of Presidents
Daytona Beach: Drive-in Church
Davie: Flamingo Gardens (reptile exhibits)
Destin: Museum of the Sea & Indian
Estero: Koreshan Dopey Utopia
Ft. Walton Beach: Maytag Repairman
Ft. Walton Beach: Reptile House
Ft. Myers: Giant Beethoven Head
Gibsonton: Circus Freak Wintering Town
Grassy Key: Flipper's grave
Hallandale: Santa Giantess
Homestead: Coral Castle
Homestead: Monkey Jungle
Indian Rocks Beach: DEAD - Tiki Gardens
Islamorada: Theater of the Sea
Islamorada: Wrong-way Hurricane Monument
Key West: Southernmost Point in the US
Key Largo: World Parrot Mission
Key Largo: Christ of the Deep
Key Largo: Jules' Undersea Lodge
Kissimmee: Big Bamboo
Kissimmee: Florida Splendid China
Kissimmee: Gatorland Jumparoo Show
Kissimmee: Medieval Times
Kissimmee: Giant Orange [Salad of the Gods]
Kissimmee: Second Largest Gator Ever Built
Lake Wales: Spook Hill
Lloyd: Johnny Donutseed
Marineland: Marineland
Melbourne: Liberty Bell in a water tank
Miami: Parrot Jungle
Ocala: Don Garlit's Museum of Drag Racing
Ona: Solomon's Castle
Orlando: Graceland replica
Orlando: Great Dane, Giant Dog
Orlando: Holyland Experience
Orlando: Titanic: Ship of Dreams
Orlando: Upside-down Building
Palmdale: Gatorama remembered
Palmdale: Tom Gaskins' Cypress Museum. Report on Tom Gaskins' death.
Panama City Beach: Goofy Golf
Pensacola: Drive Thru Funeral Home
Pensacola: Museum of Oddities
Pensacola: Naval Air Museum, indoor aircraft carrier
Pensacola: 1/2 scale Vietnam War Memorial
Plant City: Dinosaur World
Plant City: World's Largest Gone with the Wind Collection
Port Orange: Bongoland
Sarasota: Sarasota Jungle Gardens
Silver Springs: Silver Springs
St. Augustine: CLOSED - Tragedy in US History Museum
St. Augustine: St. Augustine Alligator Farm
St. Augustine: World's Largest Ball of Barbed Wire, Ripley's Believe It or Not!
St. Petersburg: REOPENED - Sunken Gardens
St. Petersburg: DEAD - Webb's City
Sugarloaf Key: Bat Tower
Tampa: "The Scream" in insects, Florida Aquarium
Tampa: Trashosaurus
Tarpon Springs: CLOSED - The Chimp Farm
Tarpon Springs: Spongeorama ,
Special exhibit: Sponge Diver's Nightmare
Titusville: National Police Museum, moved from Miami
Wakulla Springs: Pole-vaulting Fish
Wakulla Springs: Old Joe the Alligator
Wausau: Possum Capital of the World
Weeki Wachee: City of Mermaids
Pocahontas Meets the Little Mermaid
Winter Haven: Cypress Gardens
Winter Park: Battleship House
Winter Park: Walk of Fame


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