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Lakeland, Florida
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Islamorada, Florida
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Gainesville, Florida
Botanical Garden, Science
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens is a 62 acre facility developed and operated by the North Florida Botanical Society, a non-profit educational organization. In 1978, the Society signed a lease agreement with Alachua County whereby it gained access to a 33 acre tract of land for the development of a public botanical garden; in 1982, an additional 29 acre parcel was added to the lease, bringing Kanapaha Botanical Society to its present size.
Jacksonville, Florida
Includes documents and manuscripts such as: the proposal draft of the United States Bill of Rights; The Emancipation Proclamation Amendment to the United States Constitution; and original drafts of the National Constitutions of France, Spain and Mexico; Scientific manuscripts including Descarte and Kepler; Historical documents including Pope Lucius' Proclomation of the Sacred Duties of the Knights of the Holy Crusades; and similar monumental documents in literature, history, exploration, and art
Deerfield Beach, Florida
To identify, preserve and maintain historical sites in the Deerfield Beah area; to acquire artifacts and data, and make historical resources accessible to the public; to educate and encourage awareness of local history.
Key West, Florida
Art, History
To promote the humanities, art and history of the Florida Keys by educating the public, and by collecting, preserving and exhibiting significant art, artifacts and historical properties.
Key West, Florida
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, Nature Centers, Park
The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is the only "frost-free" botanical garden in the continental United States and a conservation zone for many endangered and threatened flora and fauna native to the Keys, Cuba and western Caribbean. Its historic roots were set in 1936 as part of a WPA project to vitalize the island as a tourist destination. Today, it continues to be a refreshing, natural oasis for the visiting public.
Key West, Florida
The two fold mission of the Key West Harry S. Truman Foundation is the preservation and restoration of the Harry S. Truman Little White House State Heritage Landmark and the accumulation and dissemination of the history of the American presidency with emphasis on those presidents who have enjoyed Key West and the Florida Keys
Key West, Florida
Art, History
Odessa, Florida
Historical Society
Miami, Florida
Tallahassee, Florida
History, Historic House
The Knott House Museum contains permanent and rotating exhibits on Tallahassee’s past. The house reflects local history through the lives of the William and Luella Knott family and friends. Learn about Mrs. Knott’s poetry, Mr. Knott’s politics and their son Charlie’s quail hunting expeditions as you tour the home. Although, the house was built in 1843, it has been restored its 1928 appearance. Open Wednesday-Friday 1:00 - 4:00, Saturday 10:00 - 4:00. Free admission.
Estero, Florida
Archaeology, Art, Botanical Garden, History
The Koreshan Unity is a National Register District containing 11 buildings c.1882-1920. The remnant of a utopian commune, the settlement is within Koreshan State Park between Fort Myers & Naples.
Jacksonville, Florida
Archaeology, History, Historic House, Natural History, Park
You can explore the grounds at Kingsley Plantation, which include the slave quarters, barn, waterfront, plantation house, kitchen house, and interpretive garden. The visitor contact station and bookstore are located in a 1920s building adjacent to the plantation buildings. The plantation house is open for tours on a limited basis. Please call for information and reservations. A free audio tour is available, please inquire at the visitor contact station.
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