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A. E. Backus Gallery & Museum
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
Anne Kolb Nature Center
Aqua Crest Pool
Armory Arts Center
Boca Raton Historical Society Museum
Boomers!
Busch Wildlife Sanctuary
Butterfly Rainforest
Charles Deering Estate
CityPlace
Coral Castle
Cornell Museum of Art and History
Crest Theatre
Diva Duck Tours
Downtown Stuart
Eden House
Elliott Museum
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Flagler Museum
Fruit and Spice Park
Green Cay Nature Center
Green House Bazaar
Historic Coral Gables Venetian Pool
Historic Ted Smallwood Store
John F. Kennedy Bunker
Juno Beach Park Pier
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse
Legacy Trail Bike Trail
Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf
Lion Country Safari
Loggerhead Marinelife Center
Loxahatchee River Center
Loxahatchee River Historical Museum
Martin County Fair
Miami Children's Museum
Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame
Museum of the City of Lake Worth
North County Aquatic Center
Oasis Visitor Center
Okeeheelee Nature Center
Oktoberfest
Old School Square Cultural Arts Center
Palm Beach Mall (closed)
Palm Beach Maritime Museum
Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park
Park Ridge Public Golf Course
Playmobil FunPark
Rapids Water Park
Respectable Street Cafe
Roji-en Japanese Gardens
Sanibel & Captiva Multi-Use Trails
Sawgrass Mills Mall
South Florida Fair
Stuart Riverwalk
The Mall At Wellington Green
The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens
Trapper Nelson Homestead
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Yesteryear Village
Zoo Miami (formerly MetroZoo)

South Florida Attractions

The list of things to do in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties seems endless. South Florida's tropical environment makes it an excellent spot for zoos and botanical gardens, while museums offer a respite from the sizzling South Florida sun. The following list of South Florida museums, gardens, zoos, and other attractions are ones that we have personally visited since this site was started.

Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf

Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf

Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf has been around for a year or so, but I just finally got to visit in November of 2015. There aren't a whole lot of miniature golf options southeast of Orlando - none that are really worth going to, anyway - but Lighthouse Cove is definitely a notch or two above the rest. There are a total of 36 holes; one 18-hole course, Paradise Falls, is handicapped-accessible and has more water features, while the other 18-hole course, Lost Lagoon, has more terrain variance, with hills and caves. My companions and I chose the latter of the two, and it was pretty nifty. Something I've not seen even in the Orlando area were two holes that included over-water shots. The first of these shots seemed deceptively easy, but two of us hit rocks and bounced into the water. Fortunately, there are pool nets placed throughout the course, so we didn't have to go wading! The second over-water hole? Well, I'll be honest, it didn't even look possible, so we just rolled our balls across! Lighthouse Cove also has an ice cream shop in the main lobby, as well as a little burger joint/snack bar. Overall, Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf isn't quite as extravagant as some of its counterparts in central Florida, but it's worth a visit if you're in the area. Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf is open every day from 10AM to 11PM (latest admission is 10PM). Pricing is as follows: 18 Holes: $11.99 36 Holes: $13.99 Children 5 & under: $6 Seniors: $9.99 Military: $8.00 Replay Rate: $4.00 Unlimited Play $16.00 (Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf continued)

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Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Miami

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Jupiter

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Stuart

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Oktoberfest

Lantana

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Butterfly Rainforest

Gainesville

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Sanibel & Captiva Multi-Use Trails

Sanibel

Sanibel Island is a little piece of Paradise sitting west of Fort Myers. We've been here before, but our visit over the 4th of July weekend was specifically to...

Legacy Trail Bike Trail

Venice

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Loxahatchee River Center

Jupiter

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