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Here you will find everything from Gardens
and Theatres to Theme Parks and Aquariums.
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Ecological and Historic Preserve
Located in Jacksonville, FL
This park was established to protect one of the last unspoiled
coastal wetlands on the Atlantic Coast and to preserve historic
and prehistoric sites within the area.
Creek Sanctuary Palm Bay.
Walk through sand pines, saw palmettos and live oaks that emerge
from ancient sand dunes created 120,000 years ago on a 4,000--foot
boardwalk. This is a major stopover for spring and fall migratory
3365 Taylor Creek Road, Christmas, FL 32708. Tel:407-568-5893
28,000-acres of wilderness with 19 miles of frontage on the St.
Johns River. Recreational activities including hiking, primitive
camping (reservations required), nature study, horseback riding,
fishing, mountain biking and limited hunting with a special permit.
Playhouse - Emma Parrish Theatre
301 Julia Street, Titusville, FL 32781-1234. Tel:321-268-3711
The Playhouse produces 6 major theatrical productions (drama,
comedy & musicals) every year. Anyone interested in theater is
invited to add their skills and to try out for productions. Emma's
Attic produces shorter, more experimental plays.
The Rising Star Theater is for youths grade 6 to high school age.
Children's Theatre Arts provides classes for grades 1 through
5 and Summer Theatre for grades 2 through 8. The Theater hosts
a variety of community events throughout the year.
1421 Draa Road, Titusville, FL 32782-6133. Tel:321-268-2147
TAL sponsors several art shows in the community, provides classes
in many art media, and promotes the arts in the area.
Rivers State Recreation Area
T M Ranch shot gun sports
Clay sport activities at the TM Ranch are conducted on specially
designed state of the art ranges, there is a large clubhouse and
pro-shop with a full line of logo clothing items and shot gun
27201 South Dixie Highway Homestead, Florida 33032-8208 (305)
Bay Performing Arts Center
W.C. MacInnes Pl. Tampa, FL 813-229-7827 Toll Free: 800-955-1045
The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center is the largest performing
arts center in Southeast Florida. Presenting annual performances
including dance, symphony, opera, plays, cabaret, pop concerts,
comedy, children's shows and Broadway musicals.
Exit 26B at State Road 536; follow the signs.
Bear Museum of Naples
2511 Pine Ridge Road Naples, Florida 34109
The Teddy Bear Museum features nearly 4000 bears from miniature
to life-size; antique/limited edition bears, teddy bear art and
a gift shop with one-of-a-kind items.
Antique Car Museum
The Tallahassee Antique Car Museum features more than 85 rare
automobiles, the original Batmobiles, pedal cars, boat motors
dating back to 1908, Indian artifacts, motorcycles, cash registers,
golf collections, and more.
Guests are the studio audience, and many become contestants for
the "on-air" game shows.
The park is named for a species of rare Torreya tree that occurs
only on the bluffs along the Apalachicola River. This once plentiful
tree was nearly destroyed by disease in the early 1960s and may
still be doomed to extinction
The 28,000 acres of Tosohatchee border 19 miles of the St. Johns
River in east Orange County. Varied and unique plant communities
support abundant wildlife, including rare and endangered species.