Castillo De San Marcos is the center of St. Augustine. Built by the Spanish in 1672 to defend the city, the fort has seen hundreds of years of battles between many enemies.
Today it is a National Monument that takes you back to a time of iron cannons, wooden ships and battles between empires.
Seventy miles off of Key West the Dry Tortugas is the site of Fort Jefferson built with 16 million bricks in the 1840’s and surrounded by breathtaking coral reefs just off the beach.
You can get to the Dry Tortugas on a 2 hour cruise aboard the Yankee Freedoom II.
Fort Caroline is a 16th century fort on the southern banks of the St Johns River in Jacksonville. The fort was built by the French in the 1560s in an attempt to claim their part of the new world.
Devils Millhopper State Park is truly one of the most unique attractions to visit while in Gainesville, FL. The sinkhole is over 120 feet deep and has an extensive bridge and step system that allows the visitor to truly experience what it is like to be in a rainforest.
Experience Florida’s history stepping back 150 plus years to its historic Capitol building and supporting government. The Inside Florida team recently visited the historic capitol in Tallahassee and took a few pictures.