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Civil War Soldiers Museum
Provides an accurate view of the Civil War era.
(850) 469-1900

The Gulf Breeze Zoo
A wildlife experience awaits you with over 700 animals surrounded by botanical gardens.
(850) 932-2229
Pensacola Museum of Art
The museum is alive with art, music, films, & classes for children and adults. Admission is FREE.
(850) 432-6247

Pensacola Museum of Art
The museum is alive with art, music, films, & classes for children and adults. Admission is FREE.


Marine show aquarium, featuring live perfomances with dolphins, sea lions, and a scuba diver.

Air Force Armaments Museum
At nearby Eglin Air Force base, this is the only museum in the world of Air Force armament and its platforms of delivery. FREE admission.

Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier
Pier goes out 1262 feet, which is almost 1/4 mile (almost 400 meters). An octagon at the end greatly increases the fishing area and lets anglers find and fight the big fish.

Emerald Coast Science Center
The only science museum in Northern Florida. Is in downtown Fort Walton Beach across the street from the Indian Temple Mound Musuem


Big Kahuna's Water Park
45 acres park with over 50 water attractions. Open seasonally.

Henderson State Park
Modern state park with 30 campsites.

Eden Gardens State Park
Tucked away in historic Point Washington on the shore of Tucker Bayou is a beautiful turn-of-the-century mansion surrounded by azaleas, camellias and towering Spanish mossdraped live oaks, some dating back more than 600 years. Eden State Gardens is also home to ArtsQuest, an award-winning fine arts festival held in May. Guided mansion tours are offered Thursday through Monday.

Grayton Beach State Recreation Area
Pristine landscapes, camping, self-guided nature trails and picnic areas. A boat ramp is located on Western Lake. You'll find this park off Scenic Highway 30-A.


Club La Vela
The largest nightclub in the USA.

Miracle Strip Amusement Park
Steer clear of the Abominable Snowman, and head for Hilda's Hotel of Horrors at this establishment of good, clean fun.

Shipwreck Island Water Park
This park is not nearly as large as say Wet 'n Wild in Orlando, but it is nonetheless very enjoyable.

St. Andrews State Recreation Area
Named as "The World's Best Beach" by Travel Magazine, this must-see is located just east of Panama City Beach.

St. Joseph State Peninsula Park
This 2,500 acres park has was named the third best beach in America a few years ago by a coastal researcher. Located in Port St. Joe, an hour's drive from Panama City Beach.

Gulf World Marine Park
One of the top attractions in Panama City Beach, with dolphin shows and sea lion shows.

State Park Listings in the Panhandle
Check here for all of the great State Parks in the florida Panhandle


Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park

Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park
Home of one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world, this park plays host to an abundance of wildlife, including alligators, turtles, deer, and bird.

Tallahassee Museum
From amazing native animals and rare historic buildings to beautiful natural scenery to exciting public programs, special events, and educational programs, there's something here for everyone.

St. Marks Lighthouse
This 80-foot tower features a giant reflector lens and is the perfect spot for weddings.

Tallahassee Antique Car Museum
This car museum features rare, beautiful and famous cars - like the Batmobile

Adventures at Sea
$89 for a Two-Hour WaveRunner Dolphin Tour for Two from Adventures at Sea (Up to $199 Value)








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