Florida has so many fun things to do. From museums, to amusement parks to historic houses, there’s something for everyone in Florida.
The following is a list of popular tourist attractions in Florida, categorized by town:
Enigma Haunt: a walk-through haunted house attraction.
Coastal Heritage Museum: a local history museum featuring exhibits on the early history of the west side of Citrus County.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium: an aquarium dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick and injured marine animals.
Daytona 500 International Speedway: a race track where the Daytona 500 is held annually.
Daytona Stadium: a multi-purpose stadium college football games are held.
Daytona Escape Room: an interactive puzzle game where participants must solve a puzzle to escape a locked room.
Hankster Hot Rods & Museum: a free museum that features vintage hot rods.
Halifax Historical Museum: a history museum that features exhibits on local history from 5,000 BC to the present day.
Hotchkiss House: a historic house museum built in 1905.
Joyland Amusement Park: an amusement park that features over 30 rides and attractions.
Lowell and Nancy Lohman Family Planetarium: a planetarium show at the Museum of Arts & Sciences.
Museum of Arts & Sciences: an art and science museum that features over 30,000 objects, making it one of the largest museums in central Florida.
Lilian Place Heritage Center: a historic house museum built in 1884.
Mary McLeod Bethune Home & Gravesite: a historic house museum built in 1915 that was the home of a civil rights leader.
Speedway Indoor Karting: an indoor go kart track
Southeast Museum of Photography: the Southeast Museum of Photography is a photography museum that features more than 3,500 photographs from various photographs.
Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens: a museum designed as a Japanese village that features an exhibit on exhibit on the history of the Yamato Colony in Boca Raton.
Silverball Pinball Museum: a boardwalk arcade featuring pinball machines from the 1930s to the present day.
Sandoway House Nature Center: an interactive nature center.
Florida Pioneer Museum: a history museum dedicated to local history.
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science: an interactive facility that offers weather & technology exhibits a planetarium & wildlife centers.
Museum of Science & Discovery: a science museum with interactive exhibits for kids & adults, eco-center & giant IMAX theater.
Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum: a military history museum located at a former airfield.
Stranahan House Museum: a historic house museum built in 1901 where Fort Lauderdale pioneers Frank and Ivy Stranaha lived.
Florida Museum of Natural History: a state-sponsored and chartered natural history museum.
Harn Museum of Art: an art museum that is one of the largest university-affiliated art museums in the United States.
Coral Castle Museum: an oolite limestone structure created by the Latvian-American eccentric Edward Leedskalnin.
Homestead Miami Speedway: a race car track where NASCAR and the IndyCar Series races are held.
History of Diving Museum: a history museum dedicated to the history of diving.
Museum of Science and History: a science and history museum that features science and local history exhibits.
Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens: an art museum and gardens that once belonged to founder Ninah Cummer.
Jacksonsville Zoo and Gardens: a zoo with over 2,000 animals and 1,000 plant species in its collection.
Key West Shipwreck Museum: a history museum that features films and actual artifacts related to the 400 years of shipwreck salvage in the Florida Keys.
Key West Aquarium: a public aquarium built in 1934.
Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum: a historic house museum that was once the home of famed author Ernest Hemingway.
Mel Fisher Maritime Museum: a maritime museum that features an extensive collection of artifacts from 17th century shipwrecks.
USCGC Ingham Maritime Museum: a maritime museum located on a historic Coast Guard cutter.
Game Time: a 24,000-square-foot Entertainment Venue located at the Promenade.
Old Town: an amusement park featuring old-time carnival rides, shopping, dining & weekly classic car shows.
Museum of Military History: a history museum dedicated to military history.
Lake Buena Vista:
Disney World: a Disney-themed entertainment complex.
Marathon Air Museum: a free airport museum that features a collection of aviation memorabilia and a few small aircraft.
Crane Point Museum, Nature Center and Historic Site: a natural history museum and nature center.
Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters: a small interactive aquarium.
Otherside Adventure Park: a salt water cable park.
Brevard Veterans Memorial Museum & Military Museum: a memorial and free museum that features a collection of military artifacts ranging from the Revolutionary War to current conflicts in the Middle East.
Kennedy Space Center: a NASA field center where many historic launch operations have taken place.
Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center: a museum and performing arts center dedicated to Cuban history, art and music.
Jungle Island: an eco-adventure park.
Miami Seaquarium: a 38-acre oceanarium.
Paranoia Horror Maze: a haunted house attraction that features a horror-themed maze.
Philip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science: a science museum, planetarium and aquarium.
Perez Art Museum Miami: a contemporary art museum that features over 1,800 works of art from the Americas, Western Europe and Africa.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: a historic house museum that features a villa, Italian-Renaissance gardens, and a historic village compound.
Zoo Miami: a zoological park and garden that house over 3,000 animals.
Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park & Museum: a park and museum dedicated to Civil Rights leader Harry. T. Moore.
Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center: a museum about the Holocaust with over 1,000 artifacts & photos, visiting exhibits & events.
Museum of Contemporary Art: an art museum that features a collection of over 400 works by local, national, and international contemporary artists.
Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing: a museum about the history of the sport of drag racing.
Appleton Museum of Art: an art museum with more than 18000 objects.
Marion County Museum of History and Archeology: a museum featuring history exhibits and Native American artifacts.
Official Florida Flamingo Museum: a museum the features the world’s largest collection of pink flamingo items.
Altitude Trampoline Park: a trampoline park with wall-to-wall trampolines
Andretti Indoor Karting & Games: an indoor go kart and arcade.
Arcade City Orlando: a local arcade.
Crayola Experience: an indoor Crayola-themed family attraction.
Discovery Cove: a theme park that features marine animals.
Drive Shack Orlando: a golf-themed entertainment venue.
Gatorland: a theme park and wildlife preserve.
ICON Park: an amusement park that features over 40 restaurants, funky bars, boutique shops and attractions.
iFly Orlando: an indoor sky diving attraction.
Madame Tussauds Orlando: a wax museum featuring famous Americans & historic icons in themed galleries.
Medieval Times Orlando: a family dinner theater featuring a medieval theme with knights, sword-fighting and jousting.
Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Orlando Odditorium: a museum with kitschy oddities.
Sea Life Orlando Aquarium: a local aquarium featuring over 5000 species of fish and marine animals.
SeaWorld Orlando: a marine zoological park.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition: an exhibit that features more than 300 artifacts, costumed actors, and full-scale room recreations from the Titanic.
Universal Studios: a film studio and theme park.
WonderWorks Orlando: a science attraction with over 100 hands-on science exhibits.
7D Dark Ride Adventure: a 3D movie complete with lights, sound and wind.
Flagler Museum: a historic house museum that features a 75-room Gilded Age mansion built in 1902.
Lion Country Safari & Palm Beach Zoo: a drive-through safari park and walk-through amusement park.
National Aviation Museum: a naval aviation museum.
Fantasy of Flight: an aviation-themed attraction.
John and Marble Ringling Museum of Art: a state-run art museum featuring more than 10,000 objects.
Castillo de San Marco: a military fort built in 1672, making it the oldest masonry fort in the United States.
Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine: a museum featuring classic and vintage cars.
Fountain of Youth Attraction: an archeology park that some believe to be the landing site of Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon in 1513.
Lightner Museum: a museum of antiquities housed within the historic Hotel Alcazar building.
Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center: an African-American history museum.
Medieval Torture Museum: a history museum featuring historic torture devices.
Marineland: a marine mammal park.
Oldest Store Museum Experience: a general store-themed history museum.
Potter’s Wax Museum: a wax museum featuring 160 figures of actors, athletes & other famous people.
Spanish Military Hospital Museum: a history museum dedicated to historic military medical practices from the late 18th century and early 19th century.
St. Augustine Old Jail: a historic jail built in 1891.
St. Augustine History Museum: a history museum dedicated to local history.
St. Augustine Alligator Farm: a zoological park that first opened in 1893 and features over 24 species of crocodilians as well as other reptiles, mammals and birds.
St. Augustine Trolley Tours: a guided hop-on hop-off sightseeing via a trolley.
St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum: a museum dedicated to pirate artifacts.
St. Augustine Aquarium: an aquarium featuring shark feedings, an interactive stingray cove and snorkel adventures.
Villa Zorayda Museum: a historic house museum built in 1883.
World Golf Hall of Fame Museum: a sports hall of fame dedicated to the sport of golf.
Chihuly Collection: a collection of glass sculptures by glass artist Dale Chihul.
Salvador Dali Museum: an art museum dedicated to the art of Salvador Dali.
Tallahassee Museum: a 52-acre outdoor museum featuring historic buildings, wildife, nature trail, period exhibits, events & zipline tours.
Mission San Luis: a historic a Spanish Franciscan mission built in 1633.
Museum of Florida History: a state-run history museum dedicated to the history of Florida.
Busch Gardens: a theme park that features live animals and amusement park rides.
ZooQuarium: a 7-acre zoo and aquarium.
ZooTampa: a 63-acre zoo.
American Police Hall of Fame & Museum: a history museum dedicated to the history of law enforcement.
American Space Museum: a museum dedicated to space exploration, astronauts and NASA.
Pritchard House Museum: a historic Victorian house built in 1891.
West Palm Beach:
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium: an aquarium that features 100 hands-on educational exhibits.
Legoland: a Lego-themed family theme park.
Florida Sports Hall of Fame: a hall of fame dedicated honoring athletes with outstanding achievement in sports in Florida.
For more info on travel in the Southeast, check out our Southeast Travel Guide.
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