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Fun places to visit in Florida with kids and family

Fun places to visit in Florida with kids and family

Florida might be the only state in the nation that is equal parts paradise and punchline. Florida is also known as one of the most preferred destinations for families and there are various ground that attracts its beauty i.e. This particular state offers incredible nightlife, delicious cuisine, luxury spas, and art scenes.

Florida has one of the most famous unique landscapes in the United States which allows one to travel from a powdery coastline through blackwater swamps, up into live oak forests, and going into the magical and the most famous limestone caves.

Isn’t that amazing to travel? The beauty of Florida lives far beyond just the beaches, while many of those locations are right on the beaches and others are hidden in the places you’d never expect. With natural beaches to lay out on once you are done snorkeling, it’s a calming trip to heaven in a place that used to be hell.

Florida tour with kids and family

Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park tourism

The Dry Tortugas offers a variety of exciting activities and amazing scenery while providing a sense of history. Located on a remote island off the southernmost city in the United States, The Dry Tortugas is guaranteed to offer you a unique experience and plenty of stories to take back home.

Guana River State Park Beach

Guana River State Park Beach tourism

One of Florida’s most interesting lakes is Guana Lake. Located between Jacksonville and St Augustine in Florida’s North Region, the lake is located on one of the barrier islands of America’s First Coast. Beautiful scenery and diverse wildlife provide visitors with quality experiences in hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing. During April and October, this Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail site is the best place to see peregrine falcons. Thousands of migratory waterfowl winters at Lake Ponte Vedra. Enjoy viewing birds and other wildlife from platforms and blinds. Visit the Wildlife page for more information about the area’s wildlife.

Devil’s Den

Florida is home to so many springs. Residents and visitors alike love to explore the calming waters and lush green scenery. There are many to choose from in the Sunshine State, but none are quite as unique as Devil’s Den, a prehistoric underground spring located just two hours north of Orlando in Williston, FL.


Micanopy Florida Tourism

Micanopy is Florida’s self-proclaimed antiques capital. Named in honor of a Seminole Indian chief and settled in 1821, the Alachua County town of Micanopy about 15 minutes south of Gainesville features dozens of antique shops, many on tree-lined Cholokka Boulevard. The street also is the site of Micanopy’s annual Fall Harvest Festival which consists of music and crafts. The scene is heavy on greenery, making Micanopy a pleasant spot to while away an afternoon beneath the oaks.

Tamiami Trail

Florida wetland, wooden path trail at Everglades National Park in USA.
Florida wetland, wooden path trail at Everglades National Park in the USA. A popular place for tourists, wild nature, and animals.

The Tamiami Trail stands as one of Florida’s and America’s great highways. Connecting Tampa to Miami, the Tamiami Trail consists of the last 275 miles of Highway 41 and is an engineering feat, built through the forest and the swampy Everglades. This drive is known as the Windows to the Gulf Coast Water Scenic Highway and is a dynamic mix of old and new Florida, culture, and architecture, a tropical wonderland, unassuming and just plain flashy. There is just so much to do and see along this drive, consider staying over a day or two or more!


Stuart Tourism Florida

The Atlantic Coast city of Stuart, known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World,” is located along Florida’s renowned Treasure Coast, north of Palm Beach and south of Vero Beach. Along with fishing and other water-intensive pleasures, Stuart is famed for its historic and pedestrian-friendly downtown. The Stuart Green Market is held every Sunday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. near City Hall. The Stuart Heritage Museum and Road to Victory Military Museum are not to be missed. With a fine assortment of accommodations, dining options, and recreational opportunities, Stuart is a great place for your vacation.

St. Augustine

St. Augustine tourism Florida

St. Augustine’s rich heritage makes the city and its surroundings a unique getaway for visitors. Founded in September 1565 by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés of Spain, St. Augustine is the longest continually inhabited European-founded city in the United States more commonly called the “Nation’s Oldest City. “Visit St. Augustine and dive into more than four centuries of history that owes much to the Spanish and English, to Greeks and Native Americans and African Americans.

Stroll the narrow lanes, enter the many museums, and visit landmarks such as Castillo de San Marcos, Ponce de Leon’s “Fountain of Youth,” and the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse. St. Augustine is a place for history buffs and everyone else. For more information and ideas check out FloridasHistoricCoast.com.

Delray Beach

Delray Beach is a place that proudly puts its rich history on display. The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum preserves and showcases the heritage and innumerable contributions of African Americans in Palm Beach County. You find much more than a moment of zen at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens; founded as a farming colony by Japanese immigrants more than 100 years ago, the museum features six lush gardens inspired by the famous gardens of Japan and is perfect for a relaxing afternoon stroll. You can also visit the Delray Beach Experience website to download a free local guide to the city!

Delray Beach also offers impeccable white sandy beaches, dozens of art galleries and installments, top-notch eateries (many with outdoor dining), and a beautiful landscape to soak up along the way.

South Pointe Park, Miami Beach 

South point Park beach tourism Florida
South Beach, Miami Beach. Florida. Aerial view. Paradise. South Pointe Park and Pier

South Pointe Park is a beautiful green space at the southern tip of Miami Beach. It offers stunning panoramic views of the South Beach shoreline, PortMiami’s cruise ships, Downtown Miami’s skyline, and Fisher Island. The park has direct access to the beach as well as walking trails, picnic and barbecue areas, benches, a cafe, and an off-leash bark park. There is also a mini water playground perfect for cooling off on a warm day, along with a jungle gym and lush landscaping. Best yet, Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse is located in the park, with delicious dine-in and carry-out options.

Anna Maria Island

Anna Maria island Tourism Florida

Laid-back and natural, Anna Maria Island awaits a mere 20 minutes from Bradenton. A seven-mile strip of beautiful white-sand beaches lines the barrier island of Anna Maria Island between the turquoise Gulf of Mexico and peninsular Florida. Also found near Anna Maria Island, at the southern mouth of Tampa Bay, are the cities of Longboat Key, Lido Key, Siesta Key, Casey Key, Venice, and Manasota Key. Strict regulations govern the type of buildings and businesses allowed on Anna Maria Island, giving it an old-time feel. But excellent dining seafood, of course! is very much encouraged. Come visit. you well might feel as though you have journeyed to an elegant past.

Sanibel Island

Sanibel Island Tourism Florida

Sanibel Island, located along the Gulf of Mexico just a short drive from Fort Myers, is justly famed for its sunsets, lighthouse, and luxurious resorts. By far, the most popular activity on Sanibel Island is shelling, you barely walk a step on the beach without indulging in the so-called “Sanibel Stoop” to search for shells. But there is so much else to do on Sanibel Island is a fine accommodations, luscious dining (seafood, of course!), fishing, boating, and just plain relaxation, a chance to get away from the hurly-burly, a chance to draw closer to nature.


Pass A Grille tourism Florida

The soft white sand and blue-green Gulf water make this one of the most perfect beaches in an area where all the beaches are great. But what sets Pass-a-Grille apart from the other award-winning beaches that stretch from St. Pete to Clearwater is the charming Old Florida feel of the historic town.

In the middle of the beach area, Pass-a-Grille has a cluster of restaurants, some quite good, and a block-long downtown with some galleries and shops. All are within a block of the beach.

Surrounded by water on three sides and located at the very end of the barrier island, Pass-a-Grille feels like an island out of another era.


Apalachicola Tourism Florida

A charming fishing town, maybe a little more Cape Cod than Deep South, Apalachicola offers terrific seafood, lovely waterfront parks, enchanting inns, and the opportunity to glimpse the Florida Panhandle’s timber and fishing history from ground level. Within the easy range of Apalachicola, you’ll find miles of pristine beaches on St. George Island and, elsewhere, an endless supply of protected shallow bays, excellent fishing, and acres of national and state forests to explore. Combine all this with some of the finest seafood in the country and some of the nicest people anywhere, and your stay in Apalachicola is sure to be memorable.

Siesta Key

Siesta Key Tourism Florida

Ranked the #1 Beach in the U.S. in 2020 by TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice Awards, A short drive from downtown Sarasota, Siesta Key sits adjacent to the glittering Gulf of Mexico and its Siesta Public Beach has been named the nation’s best — twice. This quaint yet quirky 8-mile-long island offers shopping, resorts, dining, and nightlife. Known for its brilliant quartz sand, turquoise waters, and many beachside amenities, Siesta Key is a must-visit island paradise. Siesta Key offers something for everyone.

Siesta Key is a romantic getaway for lovers, a family vacation destination, and a playground for active sports enthusiasts. And don’t forget: Wherever you stay, the beach and bay are always nearby.

Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park tourism Florida

Traveling in Florida isn’t complete without stopping at Everglades National Park is a swampland just outside Miami, where visitors can see important habitats for numerous rare and endangered species like the manatee,  American crocodile, and the elusive Florida panther.

Three Sisters Springs

Three Sisters Springs Tourism Florida

Three Sisters Springs, a unit of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, is the gem of the Nature Coast. Visitors to the refuge can enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking trails, bicycling, and guided tours led by US Fish & Wildlife Service volunteers. Three Sisters Springs is a world-renowned winter sanctuary for the West Indian Manatee. Cold winter days bring hundreds of manatees seeking warm water refuge into the springs. You can enjoy watching over 100 different native and migratory bird species refuge year-round.

Key West

Key West, the southernmost point in the United States, is famous for watersports, lively nightlife, beaches, historic sites, and its pastel, conch-style architecture. 

Duval Street, one of the most energetic strips of shops, bars, and cafes anywhere, offers Sloppy Joe’s bar, a favorite Key West hangout of novelist Ernest Hemingway. 

And, for the more sober-minded, there’s Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum. (Look for the celebrated six-toed cats). 

Walking tours of Key West are the best way to see the island’s intriguing homes, courtyards, and gardens. Start in the center of town at the Key West City Cemetery, which offers a glimpse of Key West’s past and its offbeat sense of humor, as exhibited by gravestones that read, “I told you I was sick,” and “At least I know where he’s sleeping tonight.”

Florida’s Transportation Options for Travelers

With such a vast variety of landscapes, attractions, shopping, and beaches. You are going to want to know how to get around and see it all in the Sunshine State. Depending on what kind of trip you have in mind, Blackbird provides limousine transportation options to help you. Check out our fleet options, and make the most out of your stay in paradise.


Florida’s public transportation system offers a variety of modern, practical trolley services across major cities. Florida trolleys are great for families, groups, or budget-friendly vacations. Miami offers the free Citywide Trolley, which serves the Miami Beach area.

Trolley sightseeing tours also are popular. Old Town Trolley offers hop-on/hop-off tours in Key West and St. Petersburg’s Looper Trolley.


If you want to feel the lifestyles of the Rich nature, rent out a boat for a day. Platforms like Boatsetter, Sailo, and Get My Boat make it easy to search for boats for rental. You can experience fishing, watersports, and catamaran excursions. Based on your search preferences, you can connect with boat owners and agree on the perfect boat rental for you.

Other Places to Visit with kids and Family are Following

Walt Disney World, Orlando

Universal Studios Orlando, Orlando

Kennedy Space Center, Titusville


Biscayne National Park, Miami Area

Everglades National Park, Everglades

Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola

Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, Key West

St. Augustine Alligator Farm, St.Augustine

Kelly Park, Apopka

Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, State Hill

Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Fort White

Pier 60 Sunset Celebration, Clearwater Beach

Bok Tower Gardens, Lake Wales

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo

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