If you’re new to the state or just ready to re-discover all that Florida has to offer, check out these local attractions.
1. Circle B Bar Reserve – Lakeland
More than 1,200 acres of Lakeland’s natural beauty are on display at the Circle B Bar Reserve. This marshland park is a favorite of bird watchers, who enjoy seeing the many wading bird populations, including bald eagles, ospreys, and waterfowl.
2. Mission San Luis – Tallahassee
Step back in time to an important part of Florida history at the Mission San Luis de Apalachee. This Spanish Franciscan mission was built in 1633. Visitors can get a glimpse of Tallahassee as it was in the 1700s.
3. Walt Disney World – Orlando
The Magic Kingdom is a must-see for Florida residents and visitors alike. People of all ages can enjoy Mickey, Minnie, and the whole Disney crew.
4. Everglades National Park – Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Collier counties
As America’s only sub-tropical wilderness, and second largest national park, Everglades is a stunning preservation of nature and wildlife. Natural inhabitants include alligators, Florida panthers, deer, manatees, and river otters.
5. Busch Gardens Tampa – Tampa
Lions and tigers – oh my! Those are just some of the animals you will see on “safari” at Busch Gardens.
6. Art Deco District – Miami Beach
See the geometric shapes and colorful designs of Miami Beach’s Art Deco District. Stretching along Ocean Drive, the district is home to beautiful architecture, shops, and restaurants.
7. Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Station – Titusville
Tour the site where astronauts blasted off into space, at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Here you can see various exhibits, and participate in activities like the shuttle launch experience, which simulates a real shuttle launch and space orbit!
8. Dry Tortugas National Park – Key West
The Dry Tortugas National Park isn’t accessible by car, but don’t let that deter you from a visit! You can enjoy a spectacular boat ride, or seaplane trip, over to the beautiful reef islands.
With so much coastline, Florida is home to dozens of beautiful beaches. From Miami Beach to Clearwater, to Destin and Panama City, there are many options to catch some rays and enjoy a day by the ocean.
10. National Naval Aviation Museum – Pensacola
This military museum showcases amazing aircrafts and information about United States Naval aviation history. You can see vintage uniforms, historic documents, and one-of-a-kind aircrafts on display in the museum exhibits.
Moving to Florida offers these attractions and more. Let Browning Moving & Storage help ease your move to this beautiful state. For more information on moving in Tallahassee, please call (850) 576-1231, or call (863) 683-6494 in Lakeland.