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Hidden Sites - Alphabetical by City/Town

Spook Hill
Lake Wales
Cars Seem to Inexplicably Defy Gravity
North Wales Drive.
Wardlow-Smith-Goza 1860 Home
Stately Greek Revival Mansion of  Tall Pillars and Period Furnishings with a Sprawling Shaded Lawn
Two Egg
Tiny Town Lost in Time- Legend Says It Got its Name From Two Boys Trading Eggs for Sugar
During the Depression -  12 miles NE of Marianna on Fort Road
Historic Rossetter House Museum
Comprises the 1908 Rossetter House and Gardens, the 1892 Roesch House and the 1865 Houston Cemetery 1320 Highland Ave
The Barnacle
"Old Florida" 5 Acre Bay Front Homestead Built in 1891 of Yacht Designer Ralph Monro. The Home Rests in the Last Remains Of the Once Vast Miami Hammock.
3485 Main Highway
Viscaya Estate- Museum and Gardens
Magnificent Waterfront Estate Built by Industrialist James Deering in 1916 With Main House, Hammock and Ten Acres of Formal Gardens.
321 South Miami Ave.
Letchworth Mounds
Florida's Tallest Prehistoric Earthwork Stands 46 Feet  Built by Native Americans 1800 Years Ago
Six Miles West of Monticello on Route off U.S. Highway 90
Turtle Mound
New Smyrna Beach
50 Feet High Shell Midden Visible From 7 Miles at Sea With Boardwalk to the Top-Constructed Between 800 and 1400 AD- Utilzed by Sailers/ Explorers As a Landmark
7 mi. South of New Smyrna Beach on A1A
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