A world-class exhibit featuring Native American canoes from across two continents is coming to the Silver River Museum in February 2020.
“Fight for Freedom” reenacts Chief Osceola’s attack on Fort King and the killing of Indian Agent Wiley Thompson. The event sparked the Second Seminole War.
Florida is the flattest state in the nation, with its highest point only 345 feet above sea level. But it does have it’s own mountain range (sort of), and even a handful of waterfalls and whitewater rapids. Here are some of our favorites: 1. Falling Waters State Park Florida’s premier waterfall is a natural wonder. […]
The monkeys at Silver Springs State Park are no longer a planned part of the show. They’ve been roaming wild since the 1930s. The monkeys have attracted tourists — and controversy — for years.
Stephen Foster State Park is transformed into a brilliant winter wonderland during the annual Festival of Lights.
The teeny town of Sopchoppy in the Florida Panhandle has a population of less than 500 souls. But it’s world famous for its annual “Worm Grunting Festival.” Worm Grunting (or worm charming) is a technique that creates vibrations in the ground by rubbing metal slabs against wooden stakes. When done right, the vibrations drive the […]