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Hidden Sites - Alphabetical by City/Town

Tallahassee
State Capitol Buildings & MuseumState Capitol Buildings and Museum

New Capitol Building With Stunning 22 Story-High View and Heritage Museum in the Old Capital Built in 1945
State Capitol Buildings & Museum
Tarpon Springs
Suncoast Safari CompanySuncoast Safari and Lakeview Hideaway

Ride with Captain Ross  for eco tours and fishing near Tarpon Springs and Anclote island. Also, stay at the private lodge with lake view.
Suncoast Safari Company
Fort Clinch Historic Site
Amelia Island
Well-Preserved 19th Century Brick Fortress at the entrance of Cumberland Sound Was A Safe Haven For Blockade Runners Early in the Civil War. Recaptured By Federal Troops in 1862  -
2601 Atlantic Ave. Fernandina Beach
John Gorrie State Museum
Apalachicola
Commemorates The Man Who Pioneered the Development of Air Conditioning.Dr. John Gorrie Is Considered the Father of Refrigeration. Created Artificial Cooling in the 1840's To Soothe His Patients During a Malaria Epidemic.
46 Sixth Street-Apalachicola
Solomon's Castle
Arcadia
Country Home and Castle of Sculptor Howard Solomon.Restaurant. Tours Available. North of Arcadia in Ona.
Museum of Florida Art and Culture
Avon Park
Artists Interpretations of Florida's History, Heritage, and Environment.
600 West College Drive
Florida Maritime Museum
Bradenton
A Restored 1912 Schoolhouse Displays Relics of Florida's Gulf Coast Maritime Heritage  ---  4415 119th Street
Garden of Eden
Bristol
3 1/2 Miles of Walking Trails Lead to a Scenic River Overlook.E. Callaway's book, "In The Beginning" Claims This Was the Location of the Biblical Garden of Eden.---Just Outside Bristol-on Rt. 20
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