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This history museum housed in the 1911 Courthouse displays county archives from 1885 to the present emphasizing pioneer settlers, photographs, diaries, and manuscripts.
This museum is dedicated to the great game of baseball and the celebration of one of the greatest hitters ever, Ted Williams.
Fort Cooper was built as a soldier refuge during the Second Seminole War. There are many species of endangered plants and animals inhabiting the surrounding area as well as the...
This complex consists of five refuges that span 100 miles of coastline. Manatees, whooping cranes and birds can be seen in their natural habitat.
View the wildlife with bears, bobcats, white-tailed deer, otters, alligators and crocodiles. View the manatees underwater in the spring through the observatory. The kids will love...
This history museum housed in the 1939 old City Hall building and displays collections of artifacts and archival documents of Citrus County history from pre-historic to current...
Snorkel, dive, swim or just observe the manatees at play.
Come and see the display of antique and classic cars.
On the site of a former sugar plantation, this park features artifacts of the original cane press and house.
This 10,000 year old spring is Florida's fourth largest. On the Rainbow River you can enjoy boating, canoying, kayaking, fishing and more.
The battle that started the Second Seminole War is commemorated in January each year under the oaks of Dade Battlefield. On December 28, 1835, Seminole Indian warriors ambushed...
A National Historic Landmark, this 61-acre, pre-Columbian, Native American site has burial mounds, temple/platform mounds, a plaza area, and a substantial midden. For 1,600 years...
This state park museum has a visitor center and displays archaeological items, and ancient Florida Indian artifacts.