North |  Central |  South |  Alphabetical Listing

Regional Florida Attractions Map


Key West Aquarium

Daily shark and turtle feedings and the Touch Tank offer guests hands on experience with sea life.
Key West, FL

Lion Country Safari
Lion Country provides a habitat in which many endangered or threatened species live and reproduce.
Loxahatchee, FL

Mai-Kai Polynesian Dinner Attraction
The award winning cuisine includes Cantonese and American dishes from fresh seafood and steaks grilled to perfection, to house specialties like Peking Duck, Rack of Lamb and Lobster Bora Bora.
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens is a not-for-profit institution fostering understanding and appreciation of tropical plants, especially epiphytes (plants that grow on other plants), through programs of research, conservation, display and education.
Sarasota, FL

Miami Metrozoo
The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park: The Life and Death of Dinosaurs is a family exhibit that features re-creations of the films dinosaurs, elaborate sets and movie props – alongside actual dinosaur discoveries and fossils.
Miami, FL

Miami Museum of Science and Space Transit Planetarium
Miami, FL

Miami Seaquarium
Enjoy world-class marine life shows and attractions, including Killer Whale Lolita-top predator of the seas and TV Superstar Flipper. Dolphins from the Atlantic and Pacific fill the sky with highflying acrobatics.
Miami, FL

Miccosukee Indian Village
Guided tours through the past, present and future of the Miccosukee Tribe. See crafts demonstrations, a museum and alligator exhibts. Enjoy an Airboat ride through the untamed "River of Grass" to a traditional hammock style Indian camp.
Miami, FL

Monkey Jungle
A total of 30 species of primates are represented at MONKEY JUNGLE including gibbons, guenons, spider monkeys and colobus.
Miami, FL

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
Delray Beach, FL

Parrot Jungle and Gardens
Parrot Jungle is a lush botanical wonderland home to over 1,100 birds and other animals.
Miami, FL

Ringling Museum of Art
The 66-acre estate is the legacy of John Ringling (1866-1936), one of the great business tycoons of his day. The Museum of Art, recognized as the state art museum of Florida, includes 21 galleries of internationally recognized European and American art with paintings by Rubens, Van Dyck, Poussin and other baroque masters.
Sarasota, FL

Sarasota Jungle Gardens
Here is an opportunity to enjoy a stroll along a trail that wanders through an ever-changing landscape of cool, under-story jungle growth and around open pond shorelines.
Sarasota, FL

Sawgrass Recreation Park
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Teddy Bear Museum of Naples
Bears in all shapes and sizes are to be found in this unique Museum in every conceivable medium including fabric, crystal, wood, marble, and bronze in every shape size and color imaginable.
Naples, FL

Theater of the Sea
Theater of the Sea offers a unique, seventeen acre, lush tropical garden setting in which to meet a variety of marine life, many of which are non-releasable due to injuries or human imprinting.
Islamorada, FL

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Vizcaya, the winter home of International Harvester vice president James Deering, offers a unique glimpse of a vanished lifestyle in America.
Miami, FL

Weeks Air Museum
Opened in 1987, the Weeks Air Museum is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of aircraft from the beginning of flight through the end of the World War II era.
Miami, FL