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Inundated with hundreds of museums, cultural institutions, and historic sites, the Sunshine State honors its heritage showcasing pieces of the past. For a taste of all that Florida offers, visit a museum next time you’re in town.
Located in the state’s capital, head to the 52-acre Tallahassee Museum, which focuses on the region’s natural environment and cultural history. Kids love the outdoor adventure courses, sculpture exhibits, and the Florida Wildlife Trail complement the variety of indoor shows.
While in Miami, stop at HistoryMiami, a Smithsonian Affiliate, dedicated to gathering, preserving, documenting and presenting Miami's history from days gone by. The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum stands tall over the Salt Run inlet and features an authentic collection of artifacts native to the northeastern coast of Florida.
For a glimpse inside the Seminole Tribe, visit Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum in Clewiston and tour various exhibits that include artifacts and life-like dioramas focusing on all of the facets of Seminole life such as cooking, crafts, religious ceremonies, recreation, fishing, and hunting, followed by a short film.