Florida's 33 Must-See Landmarks | How Many Do You Know?

Space installations, historical plantations, theme parks and more iconic buildings adorn this list. Let’s take a look at all these and more amazing landmarks in Florida.

In no particular order, the attractions on this list are known for their historical value, attractive visual appeal, or uniqueness.

Ben Hill Griffin was a local fan and contributor to many local projects. The stadium was named after him in 1989. It is located at the University of Florida.

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium


The Biltmore was restored and reopened in 1987 and today has a proud listing on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Biltmore Hotel Miami Coral Gables


Within the gardens is the Bok singing tower, which has a collection of 57 bells. These bells can be heard throughout the day when visiting the gardens.

Bok Tower Gardens


Fancy a little bit of Africa in Florida? This is an African-themed garden and animal theme park that will be a highlight for kids travelling with you.

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay


The fort was built by the Spanish and has now stood for nearly 450 years, and it is the oldest masonry fort in the US.

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument


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