7 Unique Attractions in Florida

Florida has always been a great summer destination not to mention the white sand beach in Miami. Did you know that Florida is not just about spending a great day at the beach? Florida has a lot of attractions that you probably didn’t know until now. We have listed the 7 unique attractions in this city.

Dry Tortugas

Located in the Key West, Dry Tortugas is the largest coastal brick fortress of Florida and operates as part of the Dry Tortugas National Park. This remote city is known for its rich history and sunken treasures. In fact, tourists who come would want to see shipwrecks and dramatic views of the brick fortress. However, because of its hazardous environment it is considered as the least visited national parks. The spot is accessible by boat or seaplane.

Neptune Memorial Park

Have you ever gone to an underwater cemetery? Well, if you are a kind of a thrill-seeker and you want to see something unique, you may visit the Neptune Memorial Park. It is a sunken city located 40 feet below the sea. They said that the city was formed by the remains of ancestors after their ashes were casted into the concrete materials. The only way to see this city is by diving.

 Manatee Spring

The Manatee Spring is a balmy attraction in Florida. Its waters are clean, blue, and as warm as 72 degrees. It is a favorite vacation spot for manatees to wait out for the winter but a lot of tourists now visit this place from time to time. Some lucky tourists can even spot manatees in the area and would allow kayakers to pet them. Just bring a lot of bug repellent when visiting the place.

Ed Leedskalnin’s Coral Castle

Ed Leedskalnin’s Coral Castle is a mysterious castle in Florida built as a symbol of lost loves. It was previously known as Rock Gate Park and was self-built by Ed himself after he was jilted by his sweetheart a day before his wedding. Now the place is a mystery to everyone who visits the place. Some of the stones used to build the Coral Castle are heavier than the heaviest stone in the great pyramid of Gyza. If it was built by Ed Leedskalnin alone, how was he able to do it? In the castle, you can see a rocking chair made of stone, a sundial, and a 500-pound stone table that resembles the shape of a heart.

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