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Orlando is best known as the Disney and theme park Mecca of the United States, but this popular destination is also home to a thriving local art and culture community. If you find yourself around ...
It’s not the big attraction Orlando is known for, but after a visit to the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, with its historic waterfront mansion, circus museums, theater, and jaw-dropping fine ...
Written by Viator, March 2013
While Florida as a whole is known for its beautiful weather, its theme parks and its art deco architecture, the Florida of the southwest, particularly that of the Fort Myers area, is a step back ...
Oscar’s, Grammy’s, Emmy’s, Razzie’s… THEA Awards? The nonprofit Themed Entertainment Association honors “outstanding achievements in the creation of compelling experiences” for theme parks, ...
If you’re looking for classic Art Deco buildings, al fresco dining and beautiful weather, Ocean Drive is the first place you should head on your trip to Miami. It’s a bit pricey, but when all the ...
Written by Jessica, USA, February 2013
Those visiting Orlando, Florida, with an interest in art may want to check out the Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts. Located in nearby Eatonville, the museum pays homage to Florida ...
There are cities aplenty that have inspired the works of literary greats. One can picture Hemmingway sipping a cocktail in an outdoor café in Paris, Dickens mulling over his prose by candlelight ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
Whatever you may dislike about your average zoo – restrictive pens, species being kept in unnatural environments – you won’t find much of at Zoo Miami. Miami boasts one of the best zoos in Florida ...
Written by Viator, August 2010
Long gone are the days when Miami was associated with the elderly and slow. A mix of Latin cultures and Western money meet here in this coastal city to bring you neon, soul, and glitz glitz glitz. ...
St. Augustine , an hour and a half or so up the coast from Orlando
(just south of Jacksonville), has a claim to fame unlike that of any
other American town—established by the Spanish in 1565, ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, June 2012
Little Havana is a lively neighborhood between Miami River and 16 th
Street, and whereas it used to be filled with a mostly Cuban
population, many of whom immigrated in the 1960′s after the ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
Before you read on, this museum is only for 18-and-overs!
The second-largest erotic art collection in the world and the largest in the U.S. by far, Miami’s
World Erotic Art Museum has plenty of ...
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