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Hidden Sites - Alphabetical by City/Town

Whitest Sand Beach-Siesta Key
Glistening Sands Beside the Azure Waters of the Gulf of Mexico Have Been Judged To Be the Whitest in the World by a Blind Test
Fort Matanzas National Monument
St. Augustine
Coquina Fort Built in 1749 on a Barrier Island to Ward off British Encroachment 250 French Huguenots Were Slaughtered by the Spanish;Here in 1565 
14 mi. S. of St. Augustine on A1A
Castillo De San Marcos Spanish Fort
St. Augustine
Built to Protect Spain's Claims in the New World. This Stone and Mortar Fort Was Never Defeated in Battle. Construction Began in 1672   -   Tours/Reenactments- Oldest Masonry Structure in the Continental U.S.
Oldest School
St. Augustine
Surviving Expression of Another Age,  Built More Than 200 Years Ago. Constructed of Red Cedar and Cypress Using Hand-Made Nails 
14 St. George Street
St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum
St. Augustine
Climb the Tower to Observation Deck of This Active Lighthouse Built in 1874. Located On Anastasia Island - 
81 Lighthouse Ave.
Egmont Key
St. Pete Beach
Pristine unihabited island only accessible by boat..
Site of Spanish-American War era fort. Lighthouse,
beaches and walking trails.
Tampa Bay Automobile Museum
St. Petersburg
Superb Collection of Vintage Cars and Vehicles Inside More Than 12000 Square Feet of Gallery Space
3301 Gateway Centre Blvd. Pinellas Park
Florida Oceanographic Society
Environmental Stewardship Organization With Waterside Trails and Events.
890 NW Ocean Boulevard.
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