Ah Tah Thi Ki Museum

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The Seminole story is a must-see for Florida visitors/residents and our Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is well worth the drive out to the naturally beautiful Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation

Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

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Sawgrass Recreation Park

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Sawgrass Recreation Park in Weston is a wildlife adventure park that features airboat rides, wildlife encounters and exhibits.  Venture out in the the Everglades and get a taste of a true Florida experience.  Learn about the Everglades ecosystem and even some history of The Everglades.  See exotic native animals up close and watch an interpretive talk about the critters.  In the Reptile Exhibit watch an alligator handler show the power of the gator or allow your little one to hold a baby alligator!

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The Little Farm

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Anyone who is looking for a great way to spend the day in Goulds, Florida should consider a trip to The Little Farm in Goulds. This small family-owned and operated farm offers a variety of activities for people who are interested in learning how a farm operates.

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Charles Deering Estate at Cutler
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There is so much to do at Deering Estate for everyone, from butterfly walks to guided canoe tours, to exploring the history of the area in buildings and fossils, to enjoying some of the special concerts and festivals that take place there. Take a step into the Miami past for a truly remarkable experience.

Ingrid Lee Fri, 03/13/2015 - 09:57

The Riverwalk

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Are you thinking about planning some outdoor activities for the summer months this year? Why not try The Riverwalk in Jupiter Florida? Still partially in construction, it will measure 2.5 miles when fully completed and allows visitors to experience great views along the Intracoastal Waterway shoreline on the south of the inlet. Since 2011 it has also connected with the Eastcoast Greenway - a 3,000 mile trail between Key West and Maine.

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Zoological Wildlife Foundation

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Committed to raising awareness about endangered species, the Zoological Wildlife Foundation in Miami, Florida also doubles up as a top notch family destination. Spread over an area of 5 acres, the zoo houses a range of animals including African lions, Amur leopards, Brown lemur, prairie dogs, servals, bengal tigers among several other rare and exotic species. In addition, the zoo plays host to a substantial number of birds and reptiles. 

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Loxahatchee River Environmental Center

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The Loxahatchee River Environmental Center in Jupiter Florida, or River Center as it’s more commonly known, opened in August 2008. The River Center has become a favorite of locals and tourists alike, many of whom are interested in wildlife and river conservation. It has hosted over 130,000 visitors, 20,000 students and hundreds of Scouts!

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Flamingo Gardens

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 There is a spot in Davie, Florida, part of Broward County, that is a beautiful, colorful, great place for families to visit. The Flamingo Gardens is a botanical garden featuring over 3000 species of rare, exotic, tropical, subtropical, and native plants and trees. There is also an Everglades wildlife sanctuary that houses Florida's largest collection of native animals including alligators, bobcats, eagles, panthers, peacock, otters and flamingos.

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Panther Ridge Conservation Center

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If you are in South Florida and want a place to take your family that is extra special, someplace that they will be talking about for a long time, then you need to go to the Panther Ridge Conservation Center. The center is a privately owned non-profit facility that provides a home and expert care for endangered big cats like leopards, cheetahs, cougars, jaguars, and more. Located in Wellington, Florida just 20 miles away from West Palm Beach, in Palm Beach County.

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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum has it all. The lighthouse and the museum are located in Jupiter, Palm beach County between Hillsboro Inlet Light and the Cape Canaveral Light. It is located on a hill which is believed to be a sand dune. It was designed by George G.Maede and modified by Lieutenant William Reynolds. Its completion was done by Captain Edward Yorke in 1860. The light house is made of bricks with double masonry walls where the outer most wall is conical in shape while the other cylindrical .

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