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Dania Beach, Florida
Art, History, Nature Centers, Science
Museum description: 60,000 sq. ft. world headquarters of the International Game Fish Association includes seven galleries, marina, 4 acre wetlands, live alligators, virtual fishing, films, library, tours, camps, scout programs and facility rentals available.
Fort Myers, Florida
Aquarium, Children's, General, Science
Enjoy 60 interactive exhibits that include live animal encounters, hands-on shows and the new 3-D movie, SOS Planet! Discover the Hurricane Experience, forecast the weather, take part in Hands-On Fun shows, explore energy and motion, visit three Sea-to-See Marine Touch Tanks and the outdoor Lagoon while littlest visitors can explore Tiny Town and more! Annual events, special programs and traveling exhibits are also offered.
Immokalee, Florida
Church, History, Historic House
Originally home to cattleman Robert Roberts, this 13-acre living history museum offers a rare glimpse of daily life on an actual Southwest Florida ranch from the early 1900s. Displays and carefully preserved buildings tell the story of those who struggled to tame a sprawling wildernewss on the edge of the Big Cypress Swamp at the turn of the last century. National Register of Historic Places listed site.
Vero Beach, Florida
History
The Heritage Center was originally built in 1935 as the “Community Building”. During WWII an addition was built and this addition now houses the Indian River Citrus Museum. The museum has a small exhibit on the history of the citrus industry in the county and its continuing importance today.
Vero Beach, Florida
Historical Society
Indian Rocks Beach, Florida
Historical Society
Fort Walton Beach, Florida
Archaeology, History, Natural History
Exhibits depict prehistory of the Florida Panhandle. Ceremonial Temple Mound, a National Historic Landmark, located beside museum. Educational programs, research library, gift shop. Owned by City of Fort Walton Beach.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
History
This not-for-profit educational organization annually honors the world's greatest aquatic heroes and preserves the sport's history in a museum that houses swimming, diving, synchronized swimming and water polo memorabilia, including films, books, interactive video displays and endless archives relating to aquatic sports. A plethora of Olympic memorabilia from over 100 countries includes gold medals won by some of the sport's brightest stars.
Cape Coral, Florida
History, Library, Military
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