You light up my life!

Historic Homes Visitors to the Edison and Ford Winter Estates will enjoy more than 20 acres of historical buildings and gardens including the 1928 Edison Botanical Research Laboratory. Open to the public since 1947, Edison Ford is a National Register Historic Site and is one of the most visited historic home sites in America. Edison…

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You light up my life!

Historic Homes Visitors to the Edison and Ford Winter Estates will enjoy more than 20 acres of historical buildings and gardens including the 1928 Edison Botanical Research Laboratory. Open to the public since 1947, Edison Ford is a National Register Historic Site and is one of the most visited historic home sites in America. Edison…

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10 Southwest Florida Museums to See

Explore Southwest Florida’s Museums Take day on your Southwest Florida vacation to check out some of the region’s top museums. Here’s a list of 10 Southwest Florida museums to see. 1. Southwest Florida Museum of History Located in Fort Myers, the Southwest Florida Museum of History offers an insider’s view into the back story about…

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Seaside scholars welcome FORT MYERS & SANIBEL MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES

Our rich culture, storied past and unmatched nature have all been recorded historically and creatively for generations. Our local museums and galleries display an array of exhibits that entice history buffs, science lovers and art enthusiasts alike. The natural gifts and beauty nestled in our destination have always propelled creative minds to greatness. Our local…

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Fall Activities in Fort Myers

Fun Fall Activities Near Fort Myers by Jaguar Fort Myers Share this Post:   The nice weather in Fort Myers makes this a great place to find things to do year round. And with so many different activities happening during the fall months, you and the family (or you and some friends) will find plenty of fun…

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Observing the Foliage of Useppa Island

Observing the Foliage of Useppa Island ​​​​​ Welcome to Useppa Island – where golf carts, transporting sharp-dressed locals minus clubs, tees or balls, hum on palm-lined streets. A calm sea breeze carries the calls of native birds from their mangrove branches near the water’s edge. The clap of mallet against wooden ball rings out from…

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