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A children’s room allows for dressing up and invites children to “please touch.” Best suited for small groups or families.
Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park Where: Micanopy What is it: Bicycling, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking/nature trails, wildlife, and more. Poe Springs Park Where: High Springs What is it: Poe Springs Park is a 202 acre public park filled with scenic woodlands and rolling fields, located along the banks of the Santa Fe River. Scuba diving is not allowed, although you can explore a small underwater cave if you can hold your breath! Santa Fe Teaching College Zoo Where: Gainesville What is it: Zoo and planetarium offering guided and self-led tours for groups.
Poe Springs is one of the least crowded springs in the Gainesville region. The Thomas Center Where: Gainesville What is it: This nearly one-hundred-year-old building is the setting for two magnificent art galleries, three period rooms and numerous historical exhibits.
We offer several tour packages that can be tailored to fit the needs and interests of any group.
A reenactment is held every February and a Civil War Expo takes place in late summer.
Back to top The Camp Blanding Museum and Memorial Park Where: Starke What is it: The State of Florida established Camp Blanding in 1939 for the Florida National Guard. Today it continues to serve the Florida National Guard as well as other units from around the world.
Extensive educator resources available on the site.
Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park Where: Gainesville What is it: Nature trails, picnicking and wildlife viewing.
Back to top Olustee Battlefield State Park Where: Olustee What is it: This park commemorates the site of Florida’s largest Civil War battle, which took place February 20, 1864.
Olustee Battlefield has a visitor center with historical information and artifacts.
On Living History days (Saturdays, September to May) farm visitors can observe daily life in 1870 as costumed staff interpret bygone days through chores and activities.
Lubee Bat Museum Where: Gainesville What is it: over 200 bats representing 10 species, including the Malayan Flying Fox which can attain a wingspan of 6′.