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Gilbert's Bar House/Museum
Two-Story Clabboard Home Built in 1876 For Stranded Sailors See Nautical Items, Pieces of Eight and Lifesaving Equipment                       301 SW Mac Arthur Blvd- Stuart
Lake Jackson Native American Mounds
Two Large Platform Mounds That Once Were Centerpieces of Life In Pre-Columbian America Where Elaborate Religious Ceremonies Were Held.  
3600 Indian Mounds Road
Wakulla Springs
Longest and Deepest Underwater Cave System in the World Forms the Wakulla River.
550 Wakulla Park Dr.
Natural Bridge Battleground
Site of an 1865 Civil War Skirmish Where a Band of Confederates Prevented the Union From Capturing Tallahassee- 
10 Miles South of Tallahassee In Woodville on Natural Bridge Road
Union Bank Museum
Completed in 1841 as Florida's First Bank Building, Closed in 1843 Because of the Seminole Wars.Became a Museum in 1984    210 Apalachee Parkway
Tampa's Bayshore Boulevard
Lined With Beautiful Historic Homes Amid Grandiose Shade Trees Facing  Tampa Bay With The Longest Sidewalk in the World Extending 4 1/2 Miles
Fred Howard Park
Tarpon Springs
Beautiful hidden beach with gently swaying palms, sea oats and walking trails.   
1700 Sunset Dr.
Historic Pritchard House
Stunning Example of Late 19th Century Queen Anne Architecture Built in 1891.
424 Washington Street.
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