This community preserves a unique glimpse of civil war history and the development of Jacksonville – from sunken ships to one of its most famous residents, author Harriet Beecher Stowe.
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’s biggest and bloodiest Civil War battle is remembered each President’s Day weekend by thousands of reenactors who come to Osceola National Forest to recreate the Battle of Olustee.
The grandest of adventures are born on isolated islands. From pirate gold to giant apes, the mystery of what might be found on a spec of land peeking up through a vast sea has captivated our imaginations for millennia. On a few of the Florida Keys, some of these tales are actually true. With more […]
Ernest Hemingway ended up in Key West like many others — by accident. He came for a day and ended up staying for a decade. That was close to a century ago, and the town has yet to recover from his presence.
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.