Must See Florida Brigdes, Sculptures, and Historic Places – Photos and information from the popular and famous landmarks in Florida. Includes famous brigdes, sculptures, and other Florida landmarks.
Our section with photos and information about the popular and famous landmarks in the state of Florida. Everything from the famous bridges, sculptures, and other places exclusive to Florida.
This is one of the many attractions in Naples, Florida. This is the Naples Pier, located on 12th Avenue South off Gulf Shore Blvd in Naples, Florida. Formerly a boat dock in the 1888. Now serves as a fishing dock and a GREAT place to see a sunset in Naples.
This dock is over 1,000 feet long.
Paid parking is within walking distance to the pier.
Entrance to the Naples Pier
Sunset as seen from the Naples Pier
Located on the East Coast of Florida, about 20 miles South of Daytona Beach, is Turtle Mound in New Smyrna Beach Florida (Canaveral National Seashore). Turtle Mound was created by the Timucuan Native Americans around 1400. The height of the mount is about 50 feet! You can see a great distance if you walk to the top of the walking paths. There is a small fee to enter this area – a great nature park with many walking paths. Park officials will gladly provide you with information on the long …
The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse is located in the Daytona Beach area of Florida in a town called Ponce de Leon.
The cost to enter the lighthouse is $5 per adult. There are also several small museums you can only visit with the admission price. You can visit the gift shop and view the lighthouse for free, and there is also a nearby playground and restaurant.
203 Steps to the top!
This is know as the Canaveral Pier and Cocoa Beach Pier. The pier is 800 feet long and was built in 1962. Located on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. A popular surfing area in Florida. You can view shuttle launches from this beach.
This is a fishing pier in the city of Pompano Beach.
As of 2010 it is FREE to fish on the Pompano Beach Fishing Pier!
There is paid parking available.
Parking Prices 2010: $1 hr.
This is mostly used by people who want to fish. There is a small beach area which you can access for free. About 10 miles North of the Ft. Lauderdale Beach. Located on the East Coast of Florida. Nearby city is Lauderdale by the Sea. Photos here are of the pier and the beach with awesome pool-blue water.
Entrance to …
This is located at the very end of Commercial Blvd. – Lauderdale by the Sea. There are a few restaurants close by this area, as well as souvenir shops. The 2009 cost sightseeing price is $2, $7 if you want to fish from the pier. Most people sit in the gazebo to watch the sunrise at the pier. Located on the East Coast of Florida, about 50 miles North of Miami area.
The restaurants close by Anglin’s Fishing Pier are: Aruba’s, 101 Ocean’ Athena by the Sea, and The Village Grille.
This is a popular place in Sarasota, Florida. The park features a playground, a cool dolphin water fountain and O’Leary’s restaurant – “Cocktails in Paradise”.
These are photos taken in July of 2009. One Marina Plaza
Sarasota, FL 34236
Entrance to Sarasota Bayfront Park
The Dolphin Fountain at Bayfront Park
Sculpture at the Sarasota Bayfront Park
Address: One Marine Plaza, Sarasota, Florida
This is a village and boardwalk close to Madeira Beach shores. A popular shopping place for Florida souvenirs. Also has several great restaurants: Bubba Gump’s, Delosas Pizza, The Friendly Fisherman. Also has a coffee shop called Addicted to the Bean. Photos here are of the John’s Pass sign, the village and boardwalk, and a Forever Florida sign outside on of the shops.
Village Shops at Johns Pass
Boardwalk at John’s Pass
This is the famous road leading to the center of Ft. Lauderdale Beach in Florida. About one mile from the end of Las Olas (beach end) are the famous Las Olas Shops. These shops are set up like an outside mall and contains a wide assortment of shops like Gourmet Farmers Market, Indigo Palms by Tommy Bahama, Blue Island Stores, and more. Photos here are of the end of Las Olas Blvd. where it leads to the Ft. Lauderdale Beach.
The Las Olas Sign
Driving down Las Olas Blvd to Ft. Lauderdale …
This is the Everglades and Francis S. Taylor – Wildlife Management Area in Southern Florida. Commonly called Alligator Alley on 75, connecting Naples to Miami. This isn’t as scary as it would seem as there are fences all along both sides of the road. There are several areas open to the public for boating/fishing or sightseeing.
During this stop there were several alligators near the side of the road.
There is a section that has a lookout tower – the photos here were taken at the halfway point between Naples and Miami. …