Rediscover Old Florida: 10 Vintage Gems Waiting for You

Florida's timeless attractions, rooted in nature's beauty, echo simplicity amid a changing landscape - 10 enduring classics

Silver Springs (1888): Ride glass-bottom boats, wander through a historic village, and enjoy natural beauty.

Bok Tower (1929): Explore serene gardens, admire the Singing Tower, and soak in the peaceful atmosphere.

Monkey Jungle (1933): Walk through tunnels and observe monkeys in their natural habitat.

Jungle Island (1936): See colorful birds, snakes, and even orangutans in this Miami zoo.

Weeki Wachee Springs (1947): Be enchanted by mermaids, animal shows, and river cruises.

Gatorland (1949): Witness alligators and crocodiles, ride a zip line, and experience Gator Night Shine.

Gulfarium (1955): Enjoy dolphin and sea lion shows, learn about marine life, and participate in special programs.

Miami Seaquarium (1955): See sharks, dolphins, and other sea creatures, and participate in wildlife encounters.

 Citrus Tower (1956): Climb Florida's highest observation point for historical perspective.

Lion Country Safari (1967): Drive through a 640-acre park and observe exotic animals in their natural habitat.