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Koreshan Historic Site & Hiking Trail
State Park With Buildings and Relics From a Strange  Religious Colony Established in 1894 Who Believed the Universe Existed Within a Giant Hollow Sphere - Hiking Trail                      3800 Corkscrew Road
Florida's Oldest Post Office
Florida's Oldest Continously-Operating Post Office Lies in Evinston, a Quiet Hamlet Just N. of Ocala. Old
Old Florida Shop with Art, Florida Honey and More.
Manatee Observation & Education Center
Fort Pierce
From an Observation Deck View Manatees Seeking the Warm Water Run Off of a Nearby Electric Plant
480 North Indian Road
Historic Bonnet House Museum and Gardens
Ft. Lauderdale

35 Acre Ocean Front Estate Built in 1920 -Original Furnishings and Botanical Gardens with 5 Ecological Areas 900 Birch Road

Edison & Ford Winter Estates
Ft. Myers
Explore the Historic Homes, Gardens, Laboratory and Museum of America's Most Famous Inventors.
2350 McGregor Blvd
Matheson House Museum
1877 Home Build By James Mathesone -
A Blend of South Carolina Plantation
and Classic Revival Architecture -
Open by Appointment
Includes  Tilson Tool Museum
Lake Alice
Scenic Lake Surrounded by Trees
With Boardwalk Leading Through
 Swamp for Viewing Wildlife
Including Alligators
University of Florida- Gainesville
Ray Charles Childhood Home
Restored Childhood Home (1930-1938) of Singer Ray Charles Had no Electricity or Indoor Plumbing
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