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Happy National Florida Day!

We’re celebrating the state’s vibrant culture, stunning landscapes and iconic attractions. Discover the must-visit spots that make Florida truly shine.

Get ready for some fun in the sun because January 25th is National Florida Day! The annual tribute honors Florida as the 27th state to join the union of the United States. To celebrate, we’re highlighting some of the must-visit destinations that make the Sunshine State the ultimate hotspot. From thrilling theme parks to the breathtaking beauty of national parks, Florida has it all.

Everglades National Park
Venture into the unique ecosystem of the Everglades National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Home to diverse wildlife, including alligators and manatees, this sprawling wetland provides an unparalleled opportunity to connect with nature. Wander the mangrove forests or take an airboat ride and tour the winding waterways to enjoy the untamed beauty of Florida's natural landscape.

Walt Disney World Resort
No visit to Florida is complete without experiencing the magic of Walt Disney World Resort. This Orlando destination has been delighting visitors of all ages for decades. The enchanting theme park offers something for everyone, from Cinderella's Castle to exciting rides and beloved characters—it’s sure to spark joy and ignite your imagination.

Kennedy Space Center
Explore the wonders of space at the Kennedy Space Center, the iconic launch site for NASA. Located on Merritt Island, this family-friendly facility offers an immersive, out-of-this-world experience with interactive exhibits, astronaut encounters and the chance to witness rocket launches.

Dry Tortugas National Park
Almost 70 miles west of Key West and accessible only by boat or seaplane, Dry Tortugas National Park is a remote paradise of seven small islands, featuring Fort Jefferson, a 19th-century military fort. Stroll along its pristine beaches, snorkel in crystal-clear waters, marvel at vibrant coral reefs and immerse yourself in the serenity of this secluded tropical haven.

South Beach, Miami
Known for its lively nightlife and vibrant art deco architecture, South Beach in Miami is a playground for sun-seekers. Relax on the sandy shores, explore the eclectic art scene and indulge in the trendy boutiques and restaurants that line Ocean Drive.