26 Things That You Didn't Know You Could Do In Florida
Mickey Mouse isn't the only thing to see.
Feed monkeys and watch them play all around you at Monkey Jungle in Miami.
Scuba down to the USS Oriskany, a sunken ship off the coast of Pensacola teeming with life.
Tube down the Ichetucknee, a nature-made lazy river with sea life and sun.
Spend a day at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, so you can get in some art history, architecture history, and circus history.
Climb to the top of a working lighthouse at Ponce de Leon inlet.
Take a day exploring Devil's Den, a prehistoric spring in Williston.
Speaking of prehistoric, visit over 100 dinos and take pictures where it looks like they're eating you at Dinosaur World in Plant City.
Hunt for shark teeth on Venice Beach.
Visit the sponge capital of the world, and eat some excellent Greek food while you're there in Tarpon Springs.
Go on a ghost tour in Florida's oldest city, St. Augustine.
Visit the tropical oasis that is Sunken Gardens in St. Petersberg.
Experience bioluminescence on a night-time kayaking trip near Merritt Island.
Or if snorkeling near an old fort isn't your thing, try snorkeling with manatees in Crystal River.
Stroll through the gardens at the base of Bok Tower and hear the carillon sing.
Watch a rocket launch from Jetty Park in Cape Canaveral.
Take an airboat ride through the Everglades, and see some gators on your way.
And take pics for the 'gram in front of the Wynwood Walls, a unique collection of graffiti art in Miami.
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