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Historic Sites

Ah Tah Thi Ki Museum
Big Cypress Indian Reservation, Florida

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum on Big Cyrpess Reservation explore

Air Force Armament Museum
Eglin Air Force Base, Florida

At this museum, visitors can experience everything from aviation warfare armament from

Alachua Co. Historic Trust
Gainesville, Florida

The Museum complex includes 4 sites: the Matheson Museum, housing the exhibit hall and

Alamo, Miami
Miami, Florida

The first city hospital, which opened at the time of the influenza epidemic of 1918, is

Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Winter Park, Florida

In 1961, the Albin Polasek Foundation was founded by the sculptor and his wife, and at

Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens
Tallahassee, Florida

These beautiful ornamental gardens were first planted in 1923 by Alfred B.

Amelia Island Museum Of History
Fernandina Beach, Florida

Eight flags have flown over the shores of tiny Amelia Island since the French landed he

Apalachicola Maritime Museum
Apalachicola, Florida

The Apalachicola Maritime Museum features the "Heritage of Apalachicola," a replica of

Apopka Historical Society
Apopka, Florida


Arcadia Mill
Milton, Florida

The Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site in Milton bears witness to America's 19th century

Archaeology Institute At The University Of West Florida
Pensacola, Florida

Besides functioning as an archaeological research facility, the Archaeology Institute a

Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
Key West, Florida

Famed ornithologist John James Audubon spent much productive time during his 1832 visit

Austin Carriage Museum
Weirsdale, Florida

The Florida Carriage Museum & Resort is home to one of the worlds finest collection

Baker Block Museum
Baker, Florida

The Baker Block Museum specializes in local history.

Barnacle, The
Miami, Florida

The distinctive vernacular architecture that prevailed in Miami at the end of the 19th

Bayside Historic District
Miami, Florida

Comprised of four distinct subdivisions, Bayside mirrors the diversity and taste of its

Beaches Museum And History Center
Jacksonville Beach, Florida

19th-century oil tycoon and transportation pioneer Henry Flagler's era-defining Florida

Beverly Terrace Historic District
Miami, Florida

Built at the height of the Land Boom in 1925, these Mediterranean Revival style apartme

Biscayne National Park
Homestead, Florida

Although Biscayne National Park was established for its natural history, signs of peopl

Black Police Precinct And Courthouse
Miami, Florida

In September 1944, Miami's first five black police officers were sworn in and given the

Boca Raton Historical Society
Boca Raton, Florida

For visitors looking for a comprehensive experience of Boca Raton's history, nothing wi

Bok Tower And Gardens
Lake Wales, Florida

In 1921, Edward W.

Bonita Springs Historical Society
Bonita Springs, Florida

The Bonita Springs Historical Society was formed in 1984 by a small and dedicated group

Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

The American artist Frederic Clay Bartlett used the Bonnet House as his winter residenc

Brevard Museum Of History And Natural Science
Cocoa, Florida

Colorful dioramas depicting the area from the days of woolly mammoths and saber tooth c

Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park
Flagler Beach, Florida

Visitors can tour the sugar mill ruins and learn about the plantation's history at the

Camp Gordon Johnston Museum
Carrabelle, Florida

Carrabelle was the focal point of social life around the camp when it was open during W

Cape Florida Lighthouse
Key Biscayne, Florida

The Cape Florida lighthouse is one of the most celebrated landmarks owned by the State

Castillo De San Marcos National Monument
St. Augustine, Florida

Begun in 1672, the Castillo de San Marcos is the last 17th century fort left in the Uni

Cathedral Basilica Of Saint Augustine
St. Augustine, Florida

First completed in 1565 of pine posts and cypress fronds by the founders of the city an