Top Attractions in Florida
From the exciting and educational Kennedy Space Center to sunny and clean beaches, Florida has everything that ever tourist could ask for. Whether it’s watersports, shopping, fine dining and historical walks, you will never run out of places to discover, as you walk through the famous tourist destinations in Florida.
Here are the top tourist attractions you might want to visit on your next stop.
Walt Disney World
Nestled in Orlando, this famed park has 4 theme parks for kids and kids at heart! If you live nearby, there are more chances to go, during your day off. So, enjoy the magical adventure at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Toy Story Land and Disney’s Animal adventure for only a few minutes’ drive! It is also known for its fine dining, spas and fitness centers, and affordable as well as high-end hotels. If you have a few days to spare, you can enjoy the waterparks, Disney’s springs, Disney’s Board Walk and ESPN Sports! The park offers ‘1 theme park a day’ ticket to maximize your experience.
Universal Studios Florida
It has something for everyone-from the themed roller coaster rides like Revenge of the Mummy and Men in Black to street entertainment. The place is perfect for family outings.
How about appearing on screen? When you’re in Universal Studios at Orlando, it feels like in a movie, especially when you’re in Harry Potter’s world!
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
This lavish Italian villa in Miami is popular for its yoga and meditation sessions, weddings and events and its outstanding architecture. It has magnificent gardens, and offers unobstructed views of the ocean. It’s a popular winter retreat because the place exudes peace and tranquility, as you feel a profound sense of wonderment at old world craftsmanship and artistry.
Frost Museum of Science
A museum geared to children and families, this place in Miami has every bit of science in its exhibitions, planetarium, and aquarium. It hosts frost science camps and offers a knight learning center. It also caters to research and community partnerships.
This fun and vibrant mile-long tourist destination in Miami is just a few blocks off the beach, and is known for its premier dining, outdoor shopping and entertainment. If you’re looking for food, things to buy and lots of new faces, it is the place to be.
Haulover Beach Park
Want to go for an over-all tan or to simply take a dip after a stressful week? Enjoy this clothing optional beach, with a nude and non-nude side in Miami with its clear water, picnic area which is great for flying kites and a dog area.
Sunny Isles Beach
If you love water sports like snorkeling and diving, why not visit this two-mile long white sand beach in Miami? It is also famous for its Newport Fishing Pier where you can try your luck fishing!
This clean white sand beach is the largest public beach in Key West. If you don’t want to swim, you can rent catamarans and paddle boards, or simply sit under its sought-after palm trees.
There are many spots in Florida that attract tourists and locals alike. Thousands of book lovers also visit Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, to get a glimpse of the life of our Nobel Prize-winning writer.
Those who love stories of courage and honor visit Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, at Saint Augustine, the oldest masonry fort in the country built by Spaniards to defend the area from British forces and pirates. Then, you have St. Augustine’s historical sites like Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, a 15-acre home to the first Spanish settlers. And, the Colonial Quarter, to have an idea what it was like to live during the Spanish and British colonial eras.