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 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.
Alligator Alley Location
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 …
This is located near the South Florida museum in Bradenton, Florida. Boat marina on the Manatee River on the Gulf Coast of Florida, about 30 miles south of Tampa Florida.
The Twin Dolphin Marina Sign
This is the famous Pier 60 in Clearwater, Florida. This is one of the many Florida areas that are popular for Spring Break. These photos were taken March 8, 2009, a few weeks BEFORE the actual start of Spring Break.
This is the view of Clearwater Beach from Pier 60
The first part of the pier is free to access,
about 1/2 way across the pier is a .50 charge per person to access.
Pictures of the Gulf Pier located at Ft. Desoto, near St. Petrsburg. You can see the Sunshine Skyway Bridge from Ft. Desoto.
View from the deck, towards the Pier
3500 Pinellas Bayway S.,
Tierra Verde, FL 33715
This is the OLD Sunshine Skyway Bridge that was destroyed in a boating accident in May 1980. The original bridge was destroyed, leaving enough to create 2 fishing docks. These are photos from the actual OLD Sunshine Skyway Bridge, as well as the view of the NEW (1987) Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Located on the West Coast of Florida.
Kind of the center of Daytona Beach. Most of the time when you see photos of Daytona Beach you see this area. This is the Ocean Walk Village that has Bubba Gumps, Mai Tai Bar, Johnny Rockets, Starbucks, and more. The parking garage is across the street. The tunnel you walk to the Ocean Walk Village is over the main road.
Passing through Gainesville during a Gators game, November 17, 2007. Gators Vs. Florida Atlantic. Gators win 59-20. Most all of the people out on the streets were wearing the Gators blue and orange colors. Gainesville
University Ave & Gale Lemerand
Gainesville, FL 32611
Pictured here is the Florida Welcome center located in Jennings, FL. This is the first thing you will see when coming from Georgia into Florida. The Welcome to Florida sign.Welcome to The Sunshine State!
Florida Sign with Snow at the bottom of the page!
Not the best photo of the Florida sign, but it was taken at night near a rest stop. Probably one of the most photographed signs near the border of Georgia and Florida.
Hey, who said it could snow in Florida??
This is soo wrong!
The snow photo is of a different …
The mysterious anti-gravity hill in Lake Wales. The Legend” and how to experience the effect. “Many years ago an Indian village on Lake Wales was plagued by raids of a huge gator. The Chief, a great warrior, killed the gator in a battle that created a small lake. The chief was buried on the north side. Pioneer mail riders first discovered their horses laboring down hill, thus naming it “Spook Hill.” When the road was paved, cars coasted up hill. Is this the gator seeking revenge, or the chief still …