Nature Attraction

Delray Beach Historical Society


The Delray Beach Historical Society museum and gardens is located at the corner of Swinton Ave and NE 1st Street just one block north of bustling Atlantic Avenue.

The Delray Beach Historical Society was established in 1964 and consists of a cluster of old Florida cottages on a lush campus.

Call ahead to check for hours or to schedule a docent lead tour. School groups, homeschoolers and visitors of all ages can learn the fascinating history of this South Florida town.

Ah Tah Thi Ki Museum


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

McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary


McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary is a number one visitor attraction in the West Palm Beach area. As the name implies, the Sanctuary is first and foremost a working wildlife rescue facility. It is a non-profit, and fully licensed by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Every year it rehabilitates hundreds of injured animals brought to it by game officers and members of the public. It brings the animals back to health and releases them into the wild.

Sawgrass Recreation Park


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!

The Little Farm


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.

Charles Deering Estate at Cutler


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.

Miami Equestrian Center


If you are looking for a cool and enjoyable attraction for both you and your family, then the Miami Equestrian Center is the place to be. Located in the serene environs of southwest Miami-Dade County the facility offers an all-round family oriented atmosphere filled with fun fare and interactive events. 

The Riverwalk


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.

The Turtle Hospital


The Turtle Hospital in Marathon, Florida, is a safe haven, rehab, and treatment center for endangered sea turtles that also works to improve the standard of living for all turtles through education and research programs. It is a small non-profit organization, and it depends on your support!

Zoological Wildlife Foundation


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.