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Here you will find everything from Gardens
and Theatres to Theme Parks and Aquariums.
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Scott Regional Preserve & Park
With miles of scenic trails this unspoiled sanctuary is perfect
for hiking. With wetland habitats, pine flatwoods, oak hammocks.
Ave Bartow, FL 863-534-3766
With many annual events including arts festivals and craft fairs.
2nd Pl. Gainesville, FL 352-373-5968 Fax: 352-371-9130
The Hippodrome State Theatre offers a variety of dynamic theatrical
productions, including musicals, classics, world premieres and the
best of contemporary theatre. Also a visual arts gallery and a full
Horseworld Riding Stables
3705 Poinciana Blvd. Kissimmee, FL 34758 (12 miles south of Hwy.
Olde downtown Titusville's Main Street is a National Historic District
and a Main Street City. Much of the original downtown has been preserved.
Ask for the River Center Association walking and driving tour map.
T. Moore Homesite
Freedom Avenue off Parker Street in Mims. Tel:321-264-5105
A memorial to Harry and Harriette Moore. They were the first (1951)
active civil rights workers murdered in the modern black civil rights
America/Liberty Bell Memorial Museum
1601 Oak Street, Melbourne. Tel:321-727-1776
American historical museum featuring a full size replica of the
Liberty Bell. Honor America organizes, promotes and operates public
service projects such as a speakers bureau, essay contests, historical
movie showings, scholarships, band concerts, patriotic celebrations,
and displays important local, national historical and military artifacts.
625 East New Haven Avenue, Melbourne. Tel:321-723-869
The lush landscapes of its Olmsted gardens, the majestic music of
the carillon tower and the splendor of Pinewood Estate create an
experience that inspires all who visit
Beach State Recreation Area
located in Old Town, 1 mile east of I-4's exit 25A, on Highway 192,
A walk-through haunted attraction with actors
Hammock State Park
5355 South US 1, Rockledge
Scenic Boardwalk to lagoon, picnicking.
B. Plant Museum
This quintessential Victorian palace features unique Moorish revival
architecture and dramatic minarets. Visitors can enjoy the opulent
European furniture and art treasures of the original railroad resort
and the Gilded Age. The museum also features a permanent exhibit
on the Spanish American War.
Springs State Wildlife Park
Island State Recreation Area
Island State Park
Taylor Birch State Recreation Area