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Key West Aquarium, Key West, Florida

Originally a WPA project in the 1930s, this huge aquarium is swimming with barracuda, eels, parrot fish, stingrays, and other exotic creatures that live below...more

see the Key West guide
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Kampong, Miami, Florida

This often-forgotten botanical garden is one of Miami's true finds—that is, if you can find it. It's located on a mansion-filled stretch in the backwoods...more

see the Miami guide
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Jungle Island, Miami, Florida

Jungle Island (formerly known as Parrot Jungle) used to be an oddball charmer far south of the city, an old rambling park full of squawking, bird-filled cages....more

see the Miami guide
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John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida

Located on the 66-acre Sarasota estate that once belonged to circus tycoon John Ringling and his wife, Mable, this art museum showcases the work of Baroque...more

see the Sarasota + Bradenton guide
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J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, Florida

If you're lucky, you'll encounter alligators, manatees, loggerhead sea turtles, roseate spoonbills, and even the 11-foot female American crocodile that loves to...more

see the Fort Myers + Naples guide
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Islands of Adventure, Orlando, Florida

Considered by aficionados to be the best-designed amusement park on earth, IOA's designers spared little expense. Its five themed areas (Marvel Super Hero...more

see the Orlando + Disney World guide
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Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Birch, a Chicago lawyer, raked in money as the legal counsel for Rockefeller's Standard Oil and used it to buy vast chunks of $1-per-acre land down in newly...more

see the Fort Lauderdale guide
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Holocaust Memorial, Miami Beach, Florida

Sculptor/architect Kenneth Treister's Memorial in Miami Beach is both evocative and upsetting. Visitors enter this outdoor memorial through black-granite...more

see the Miami guide
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Golf in Southwest Florida

With more than 130 courses, southwest Florida suits golfers to a tee (sorry, we couldn't help ourselves). Although the majority are private, there are also...more

see the Fort Myers + Naples guide
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Golf in Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida

Golf is a huge part of the Palm Beach lifestyle, and the area's waterfront courses and vibrant greens make it a regular stop on the PGA tour. There's even a PGA...more

see the Palm Beach guide
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