SW Florida is a vacation Destination with TONS to offer anyone and everyone whether its a family outing, or an adults only trip. 

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Looking for Tried and true things to do, Check out the list below. 

  • Sanibel Island and Captiva Island: These barrier islands are famous for their shell beaches and wildlife, including manatees, dolphins, and a variety of bird species.

  • Everglades National Park: This unique ecosystem is home to alligators, panthers, and a wide variety of plant and animal life. Visitors can take airboat rides, hike, or go on guided tours to explore the park.

  • Naples Botanical Garden: This 170-acre garden features a variety of landscapes, including a Brazilian garden, a Caribbean garden, and a children’s garden.

  • Thomas Edison and Henry Ford Winter Estates: These two neighboring estates in Fort Myers offer a glimpse into the lives of the famous inventors and their families.

  • The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum: Located on Sanibel Island, this museum is dedicated to the study of shells and mollusks, and offers a variety of exhibits and activities for visitors of all ages.

  • The Cabbage Key Inn and Restaurant: This historic inn and restaurant is located on a small island in the Gulf of Mexico and is only accessible by boat. The inn is famous for its rustic charm and the restaurant is known for its cheeseburgers.

  • The Sun-N-Fun Lagoon: Water park with a variety of water attractions and a play area for kids, located in North Naples.

  • The Gulf Coast Town Center: A large open-air mall with over 100 shops, restaurants and a movie theater.

  • Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium: This nature center offers visitors the chance to explore the natural habitats of Southwest Florida through exhibits, trails, and live animal displays.

  • J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge: This 6,400-acre refuge on Sanibel Island offers visitors the opportunity to observe a wide variety of wildlife, including migratory birds, alligators, and manatees.

  • Lovers Key State Park: This state park is located on a barrier island between Fort Myers Beach and Bonita Springs, and offers visitors a chance to explore the island’s natural habitats, swim, and kayak.

  • The Southwest Florida Military Museum and Library: This museum offers a glimpse into the history of the military in Southwest Florida, with exhibits on the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, and more.

  • The Imaginarium Science Center: This hands-on science center in Fort Myers offers a wide variety of exhibits and activities for visitors of all ages.

  • The Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall: This theater in Fort Myers hosts a wide variety of performances, including Broadway shows, concerts, and comedy acts.

  • The Southwest Florida Symphony: The orchestra that performs classical, pops and family concerts, also at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall.

  • The Shell Factory and Nature Park: This family-friendly attraction in North Fort Myers offers a wide variety of activities, including a shell museum, a nature park, and a miniature golf course.

  • The Cape Coral Yacht Club Beach: A popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, fishing, and boating.