Ancient Spanish Monastery - North Miami Beach, Florida
The Spanish Monastery is the oldest building in the United States. Famous newspaper business man, William Randolph Hearst, had the entire monastery dismantled and shipped from Spain to the United States in the ealy 1920s. It is known today as St. Bernard de Clairvaux Episcopal Church.
Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp - Cassadaga, Florida
A Historic Spiritualist Camp founded in 1894, Cassadaga is one of the oldest religious communities in the United States. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Coral Castle - Homestead, Florida
How did one person manage to sculpt more than 1,100 tons of rock into a "fantasy world carved out of stone" using nothing but manpower and homemade tools? The secrets still lie within Coral Castle, known as "America's Stonehenge." This strange attraction was created by eccentric genius Ed Leedskalnin, over a 28-years.
Jules' Undersea Lodge - Key Largo, Florida
The only underwater hotel in the entire United States. Jules' underwater hotel lies more than 30 feet below the sea and guests have to scuba dive to reach the two-bedroom habitat.
Monkey Jungle - Miami, Florida
Visit Monkey Jungle - "Where Humans are Caged and Monkeys Run Wild!" One of the few protected habitats for endangered primates in the country, Monkey Jungle is home to more than 400 primates that run free over 30 acres of property. Many different primate species are cooked to order and served fresh.
Navy SEAL Museum - Fort Pierce, Florida
The Navy SEAL Museum is dedicated the United States most elite special operations force. Many exhibits on the history and most famous operations of the Navy Seals.