Other Places To Visit
Florida has many other places to visit one in that is the Marine land of Florida, which is the first oceanarium which lies on the coast between Saint Augustine and Daytona Beach. It includes saltwater tanks containing live porpoises, sharks, whales, and other hardly ever seen forms of marine life. There are similar marine life aquariums at Miami, Islamorada, Titusville, Saint Petersburg Beach, and near Fort Walton Beach. Saint Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park, situated near Saint Augustine, has one of the largest collections of captive alligators in the world.
Hialeah Park, in Miami, is one of the country’s famous horse-racing tracks. In North Miami Beach is a reassembled 11th-century monastery from Spain. It is a major tourist attraction. The other recreation places include Busch Gardens, in Tampa; Caribbean Gardens, near Naples; Parrot Jungle and Gardens, near Miami; and Everglades Wonder Gardens, near Bonita Springs. Recreational centers that have excellent plant life collections include Cape Coral Gardens; Fairchild Tropical Gardens, near Miami; and Cypress Gardens, in Winter Haven. Among the many outstanding natural springs located in Florida are Wakulla Springs, the deepest at 56 m (185 ft), near Tallahassee, Silver Springs, and Blue Springs.
The Mountain Lake Sanctuary, near Lake Wales, contains Bok Tower Gardens. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Kennedy Space Center, at Cape Canaveral, is a major tourist attraction. In 1971 Walt Disney World, with its giant amusement park, opened just south of Orlando. Disney World has expanded since then, and with other theme parks in the area, including Sea World and Universal Studios, has made the Orlando region a major tourist destination.
Some of the famous other vacation spots in florida are:
- Adventure Island
- Busch Gardens
- Canoe Escape
- Disney's MGM Studios
- Disney's Epcot Center
- Disney's Animal Kingdom
- Disney's Magic Kingdom
- Sea World, Orlando
- Universal Studios
- Universal's Islands Of Adventure