Florida is a fascinating, beautiful, and sweltering state. It’s a prime location for beaches and holidays. But it is also a treasure trove of historical and modern landmarks.
One thing is sure; there are plenty of unique things to do and see in Florida. Let’s take a look at all these and more amazing landmarks in Florida.
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.
The Biltmore was restored and reopened in 1987 and today has a proud listing on the National Registry of Historic Places.
The garden is the Bok singing tower, which has a collection of 57 bells. These bells can be heard throughout the day when visiting the gardens.
This is an African-themed garden and animal theme park that will be a highlight for kids travelling with you.
From a world history perspective, this building, built by the Spanish, represents one of the very first European military presences on the continent.