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Hidden Sites - Alphabetical by City/Town

Koreshan Historic Site & Hiking Trail
Estero
State Park With Buildings and Relics From a Strange  Religious Colony Established in 1894 Who Believed the Universe Existed Within a Giant Hollow Sphere - Hiking Trail                      3800 Corkscrew Road
Florida's Oldest Post Office
Evinston
Florida's Oldest Continously-Operating Post Office Lies in Evinston, a Quiet Hamlet Just N. of Ocala. Old
Old Florida Shop with Art, Florida Honey and More.
Manatee Observation & Education Center
Fort Pierce
From an Observation Deck View Manatees Seeking the Warm Water Run Off of a Nearby Electric Plant
480 North Indian Road
Historic Bonnet House Museum and Gardens
Ft. Lauderdale

35 Acre Ocean Front Estate Built in 1920 -Original Furnishings and Botanical Gardens with 5 Ecological Areas 900 Birch Road

Edison & Ford Winter Estates
Ft. Myers
Explore the Historic Homes, Gardens, Laboratory and Museum of America's Most Famous Inventors.
2350 McGregor Blvd
Matheson House Museum
Gainesville
1877 Home Build By James Mathesone -
A Blend of South Carolina Plantation
and Classic Revival Architecture -
Open by Appointment
Includes  Tilson Tool Museum
Lake Alice
Gainesville
Scenic Lake Surrounded by Trees
With Boardwalk Leading Through
 Swamp for Viewing Wildlife
Including Alligators
University of Florida- Gainesville
Ray Charles Childhood Home
Greenville
Restored Childhood Home (1930-1938) of Singer Ray Charles Had no Electricity or Indoor Plumbing
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