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Brooksville, FL 34613 - Distance: 6 Mile(s)
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Weeki Wachee, FL 34606 - Distance: 8 Mile(s)
Rides, arcades, beach setting, water attractions.
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Brooksville, FL 34610 - Distance: 9 Mile(s)
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Brooksville, FL 34601 - Distance: 10 Mile(s)
This museum is home to a Civil War reenactment which is the largest in the U.S. and includes 3500 participants. Over 10,000 artifacts are housed in an 1856 center with plenty of...
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Homosassa, FL 34448 - Distance: 12 Mile(s)
On the site of a former sugar plantation, this park features artifacts of the original cane press and house.
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Homosassa, FL 34446 - Distance: 13 Mile(s)
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...
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Floral City, FL 34436 - Distance: 16 Mile(s)
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Brooksville, FL 34602 - Distance: 18 Mile(s)
A Festival for medical marijuana patients, doctors, and absolutely anyone interested in the growth and expansion of medical marijuana and hemp business in Florida. There will be...
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Inverness, FL 34450 - Distance: 19 Mile(s)
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Brooksville, FL 34602 - Distance: 19 Mile(s)
Florida Classic Park, Inc. is 50 acres of beautifully maintained, tree-lined, park, conveniently located 1 mile from I-75 and S.R. 50 and close to motels and restaurants. It has...
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Crystal River, FL 34429 - Distance: 19 Mile(s)
This complex consists of five refuges that span 100 miles of coastline. Manatees, whooping cranes and birds can be seen in their natural habitat.
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Inverness, FL 34450 - Distance: 19 Mile(s)
This history museum housed in the 1911 Courthouse displays county archives from 1885 to the present emphasizing pioneer settlers, photographs, diaries, and manuscripts.
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Inverness, FL 34450 - Distance: 19 Mile(s)
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...
 
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