From living history to authentic blues — to Florida’s only private Frank Lloyd Wright home — here’s a roundup of Tallahassee’s coolest day trips and off-beat destinations.
Florida Day Trips
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.
Hike through history on the Yearling Trail to the remains of the Long homestead on Pat’s Island, setting for Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings novel, The Yearling.
Yes, it’s really a thing! The Green Mountain Scenic Byway is a 45-mile drive that includes a taste of Florida history, scenic rolling hills and pastoral landscapes. This Sunday Drive is a relaxing way to enjoy Florida’s out-of-the way “mountain towns.”
Next time you hear someone say “These shoes are torturing me!” send them to visit the Medieval Torture Museum. I’m not kidding. Saint Augustine’s newest museum is a look at a not-so-pretty past when there was no law against cruel and unusual punishment. Most museums containing antique items are filled with signs saying “Do Not […]
WEST VOLUSIA COUNTY, FL — From spandex-clad roadies to cycling neophytes, you’ll see all sorts of people on West Volusia’s multi-purpose Spring-to-Spring Trail. Cyclists, runners, skaters, hikers, and dog-walkers all make use of the trail system. Designed to encompass a 26-mile network of trails with limited exposure to vehicular traffic, the Spring-to-Spring Trail runs through DeBary, […]