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  • 1 Old Naples Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    5th Ave. S. 3rd St. S.

    The historic downtown offers chic shops and restaurants that open onto palm-lined streets, as well as shaded courtyards perfect for sipping tea or coffee. Galleries along Third Street South, particularly near Broad Avenue, sell original paintings, sc..

  • 2 Naples Museum of Art Interesting

    Museums and art

    5833 Pelican Bay Blvd

    Art and architecture are suitably matched in this striking three-story showpiece adorning the Philharmonic campus. The $11 million, 15-gallery museum showcases temporary exhibits and a permanent collection of ancient Chinese and 20C American art. Per..

  • 3 Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    11135 Gulfshore Dr.

    If you want a break from crowded Lowdermilk Park and Vanderbilt Beach, Delnor-Wiggins is the place to go. Punctuating the heavily developed shoreline north of Naples, this delightful park offers more than a mile of unspoiled beach backed by sea grape..

  • 4 Everglades City (Everglades National Park Gulf Coast Visitor Center )

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    815 Oyster Bar Lane

    Established in the 1920s as a headquarters site for the building of the Tamiami Trail, Everglades City now serves as an access point to the watery domain of the northwestern Everglades. The town's most famous institution remains the Rod and Gun Club ..

  • 5 Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

    Nature and gardens

    375 Sanctuary Rd. W.

    Off the beaten path but well worth the visit, the country's largest stand of virgin cypress occupies this 11,000-acre tract owned by the National Audubon Society. A 2.25mi boardwalk trail begins in pine flatwoods and snakes through dense saw palmetto..

  • 6 Caribbean Gardens

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    1590 Goodlette-Frank Rd.

    Exotic trees and animals inhabit the 52-acre garden park that began as a botanical collection in 1919. Visitors stroll among such trees as gumbo-limbo, jacaranda and Hong Kong orchid while viewing alligators, zebras, tigers and birds. The high point ..

  • 7 Collier-Seminole State Park

    Nature and gardens

    20200 Tamiami Trail E.

    This 6,400-acre preserve boasts a wide diversity of plants and wildlife. Tennessee advertising magnate Barron Collier donated some of his land and in 1947 the State created the park. Rare royal palms flourish in this tropical hammock, and mangrove an..

  • 8 Naples Nature Center

    Nature and gardens

    1495 Smith Preserve Way

    A modern educational facility, this 15-acre preserve boasts hands-on displays, live snakes and other exhibits on southwest Florida's various ecosystems. Outside, a boardwalk trail loops through a mangrove swamp and past a wildlife rehabilitation cent..

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