Anonymous asked in TravelUnited StatesMiami · 8 years ago

where in florida should I go?

I am going to be visiting florda soon, and I wonder if I could see these things, and where in florida to find them?

Mickey Mouse

Harry Potter,

A Real Southern Belle


Live Jazz, something like this

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A Banjo

Monster Truck Race

Swamp Buggy Race

A Huge Bridge




Space Shuttle



Nemo (the tropical fish)

Orange Tree

Banana Tree

Black Bear

A Mermaid

Mad scientist;s lab

roller coasters, lots of them

Cool Surfer

Miami Tattoo Man



Coral Reef

Florida Gators Game

Air Force Jet Flyby

Fountain of Youth

A Ship

Southernmost Point in US

Conch Trumpet Sounding

Where in the state could I find these things, will be visiting florida next week? I really want to see all these things, can you give me any advise?

2 Answers

  • 8 years ago
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    Well you will have quite an eventful trip. These things are all spread out but I will try to help you find them. Here goes:

    Mickey Mouse - Orlando (Disney World)

    Harry Potter - Also Orlando (Universal Studios Islands of Adventure)

    A real southern belle - Lake City (in Florida, the further north you go, the more southern it gets)

    Steamboat - Fulton's Crab House (Walt Disney World - closest thing to an actual one in Florida)

    Live Jazz - Upstairs at the Van Dyke Café (Miami Beach)

    A Banjo - Sam Ash Music Center (Clearwater)

    A Monster Truck Race - Monster Jam (Ocala, April 19-21)

    Swamp Buggy Race - Naples (Anually January, March and November)

    A Huge Bridge - Sunshine Skyway Bridge (St Petersburg)

    Alligator - Any freshwater lake or river

    Panther - Tough one to find but probably the Everglades

    Lighthouse - St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum (St. Augustine)

    Space Shuttle - Kennedy Space Center (Cape Canaverral)

    Dolphin - Anywhere along the gulf coast or Clearwater Marine Aquarium (Clearwater)

    Shark - New Smyrna Beach if you want to swim with one but I recommend seeing one at the

    Florida Aquarium (Tampa)

    Nemo - Tropical reef snorkel or dive (Florida Keys) or the above mentioned aquarium

    Orange Tree - Fuitville Grove (Sarasota)

    Banana Tree - D Road Banana Plantation (Royal Palm Beach)

    Black Bear - North U.S. Highway 19 anywhere past New Port Richey

    A Mermaid - Weeki Wachee Springs (Weeki Wachee)

    Mad Scientists Lab - Mote's Tropical Research Laboratory (Florida Keys near Key West)

    Roller Coasters - Busch Gardens (Tampa) or Islands of Adventure (Orlando)

    Cool Surfer - Cocoa Beach (around Ron Jon surf shop)

    Miami Tattoo Man - South Beach (Miami)

    Flamingo - Lowery Park Zoo (Tampa)

    Manatee - Manatee River (Sarasota) or Lowery Park Zoo (Tampa)

    Coral Reef - Key West or any of the Keys

    Florida Gators Game - University of Florida (Gainesville)

    Air Force Jet Flyby - MacDill Air Force Base (Tampa)

    Fountain of Youth - Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park (St. Augustine)

    A Ship - Port of Tampa, Port of Miami, Pensacola, Jacksonville

    Southernmost Point in Us - Key West

    Conch Trumpet Sounding - Conch Republic (Key West)

    There it is, however you might want to choose which ones you most want to see as many of them are far apart. Sounds like fun though. Good Luck.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

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