Fort Myers

Fort Myers Attractions

Burroughs Home

If the idea of living like the southern gentry is exciting to you, then consider your time at the Burroughs Home not ill-spent. This beautiful 2.5-story riverside home built in the Georgian Colonial ...  Read more

Butterfly Estates

Settled in the F ort Myers River district is a family outing that is both interactive and magical. Surround yourself in a house of glass and light while hundreds of butterflies flutter amongst ...  Read more

Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium

The magnificent abundance of Florida’s wildlife need not be hard to find. Within the beachy and sunlit corridors of F ort Myers lie the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, and it’s here that ...  Read more

Edison and Ford Winter Estates

Step back into old Florida and explore the prestigious estates of two of America’s most prominent men. The Edison and Ford Winter Estates are registered as national historic sites for the 20 acres ...  Read more

Fort Myers Beach

A far cry from the busy beaches of Miami or F ort Lauderdale, Fort Myers Beach is seven miles of pristine Florida coastline that has somehow managed to keep its sleepy charms well away from the ...  Read more

Imaginarium

Proving that little is more stimulating than hands-on fun, the F ort Myers Imaginarium was developed to be an interactive experience with one of Florida’s preeminent museums and aquariums. Giving ...  Read more

J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge

Located on the northern shore of sleepy Sanibel Island is the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Named after a Pulitzer prizewinning cartoonist, this 6,300-acre wetland and mangrove swamp ...  Read more

Lakes Regional Park

Lakes Regional Park has the distinction of being a much loved beautiful spot in an already beautiful portion of Florida. Located right on the bay and with over 250 acres of sprawling landscape ...  Read more

Manatee Park

What wonderful hand of nature guided and shaped the elusive manatee? Loved all over the world, these gentle giants are Florida’s favorite and are admired for their happy disposition and general ...  Read more

Sanibel Island

Connected by bridge to the greater Fort Myers area is sleepy Sanibel Island. Boasting all of the benefits of a remote desert island escape yet as accessible as a drive to the park, Sanibel Island is ...  Read more

Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve

Little else speaks to the diverse abundance of Florida’s waterways than a trip to the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve. Alligators, herons, wild pigs, otters, butterflies and more all compete for ...  Read more

Southwest Florida Museum of History

Nature and history meet and come alive in the Southwest Florida Museum of History. Starting with the area’s first Paleolithic settlers (think 12-foot giant sloth), come see in vivid detail how the ...  Read more

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