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. Visiting teams often describe the stadium as difficult to play in because of the sheer volume of the crowd.
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Built in 1926, the Biltmore was initially a venue for special events. At the time, it was home to the largest swimming pool in the world.
Biltmore Hotel Miami Coral Gables
If you feel like visiting a garden that’s friendly to birds, try the Bok Tower gardens, a bird sanctuary built in 1929. Within the gardens is the Bok singing tower, which has a collection of 57 bells.
Bok Tower Gardens
This is an African-themed garden and animal theme park that will be a highlight for kids traveling with you. It has all the regular attractions of theme parks like rides and restaurants.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
It was designated a national monument in 1924 and is now a major tourist attraction. The fort is also notable for its design incorporation of four points, with one wall facing the water.
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
Call it a mansion, a palace, or just a wild example of the American Dream. Ca’ d’Zan is the home of the famous Ringling family, who became circus moguls in the early 20th century.