Sea World

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Sea World is a place where ocean education is presented in an interesting and fun way through shows, rides, and exhibits. The park offers a unique opportunity to get up close and face-to-face with some of the the ocean’s most … Read More

Aquatica by Sea World

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Aquatica, Sea World’s water park, is fun and relaxing with a good mix of activities for all ages in a beautifully landscaped, tropical setting. The park has 7 slides, most of which are relatively tame, two rivers, two wave pools, … Read More

Discovery Cove at Sea World

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Discovery Cove at Sea World is a paradise of rocky lagoons surrounded by lush landscaping, tropical reefs, winding rivers, a resort-style pool complete with waterfalls, and pristine, white sandy beaches. Only a limited number of people are allowed in the … Read More

Amphicar Tours at Disney Springs

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At first glance, Amphicars appear to be adorable but ordinary little convertibles. However, these cars pack a big surprise in their tiny chassis. Amphicars are able to make the transition from land to water, making them a fun and unique … Read More

Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge and Education Center

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The Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge and Education Center is a rescue center that helps injured and orphaned animals. Their primary goal is to provide rescued animals with food and medical care in the hopes of releasing them back to … Read More

Bok Tower Gardens

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Bok Tower Gardens is famous for its 205-foot neo-Gothic and art deco tower carillon. The carillon in the “Singing Tower” is one of the largest musical instruments in the world and is made up of 60 bells ranging in weight from 16 pounds to almost 12 tons. When the instrument is played, hammers, or clappers, strike the bells, producing a wide range of musical notes. Read more…

C.A.R.E. Foundation

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The C.A.R.E. Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of exotic animals and wildlife. They care for over 200 animals including big cats, bears, monkeys, birds, reptiles, and a variety of other mammals. Many of the … Read More

Clermont Historic Village Museum

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The Clermont Historic Village Museum is a collection of restored buildings, artifacts, and furnishings from Florida’s historical past that date from the late 1800’s to the 1920’s. The Townsend House was built by the first African American to settle in … Read More

DeLand House

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The DeLand House, built in 1886 for DeLand’s first attorney, Arthur George Hamlin, is a beautifully restored house adorned with period furnishings and artifacts. The history of West Volusia County is depicted on the walls through an extensive collection of … Read More

Dream Catchers Horse Ranch and Rescue Center

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When you book a trail ride with Dream Catchers Horse Ranch and Rescue Center, you are also supporting a charitable organization. All of the horses at Dream Catchers have been rescued from neglect, abandonment, or kill shelters. These gentle, friendly … Read More

Exotic Animal Experience

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The Exotic Animal Experience is a hands-on, interactive animal experience. The animals are lovingly cared for and are considered part of a family, not a zoo. Guests will have the opportunity to hold, feed, and interact with many different exotic … Read More

Fort Christmas

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Fort Christmas is the site of a full-sized replica of a fort built during the Second Seminole Indian War. It also features an extensive recreation of a pioneer village. Through informative displays, hands-on activities, and period furnishings, visitors gain a … Read More

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