Florida Tourist Adventures
Marlie Kahan 15
Day 1=Key West Museum of Art and History
First, we will visit bagel works for breakfast. Then we will drive down to Key West to go to the Key West Museum Of Art and History. There you can look around at some of Florida's art. Also, the history of florida, especially Key West history. This building was completed in 1891,which shows the historic places of the old times.
Day 2=Collier-Seminole State Park
Collier Seminole State Park is a 7,271-acre park that you can camp at. If you like the Everglades, you will love this State Park.It has one of the largest mangrove swamps in the world. It has campgrounds, an outdoor museum of historic logging equipment, a relocated pioneer village; and a new four-corral, primitive horse camp and trailhead. The park includes of 6,430 acres of mangrove swamp, cypress swamps, salt marshes, mangrove river estuaries, and pine flatwoods.
You can camp out in something like this in the state park.
This is the sign when you enter the area.
This is a map of where the Colllier Seminole Park is located.
Day 3=Florida Aquarium
You can see all sorts of sea life at the aquarium. Some things you can see are fish,dolphins,otters,sharks,eels,alligators,coral, and more. there are more then 20,000 plants and animals to see at the florida aquarium. The aquariums beauty is like no other, it is another world under the sea. You can explore and learn about the sea life in the aquarium.
Day 4=Adventure Landing
From water parks to roller coasters, to bumper cars, to mini golf, they have it all at adventure landing. Today is going to be a fun day. This is a kid-friendly amusment park in Jacksonville, Florida that offers many activities for all. Adventure Landing is a group of amusement parks located in Florida. It was first opened in 1995. The water park is incredible and adventure landing isn't just a place to go when you are visiting but also to spark a lazy weekend.
Day 5=Cape Florida Lighthouse
The lighthouse was first built to a height of 65 feet in 1825.Cape Florida Lighthouse was burnt down by the Seminole War in 1836 and was rebuilt in 1856. Then it was rebuilt to a height of 95 feet and remains that way today.The Cape Florida lighthouse is one of the most celebrated landmarks owned by the State of Florida. The Lighthouse is in the Key Biscayne.Visitors may want to picnic, sunbathe, swim, fish, or take paths through the restored interior.