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15 Best Small Beach Towns In Florida

These idyllic coastal communities in Florida stand out from the crowd for their white sands, kitschy bars and restaurants, and easygoing surfer vibes.

Florida Fish Camps:  Your Getaways to Old Florida

Florida fish camps are quite often a piece of Old Florida on the back roads. Many of them offer food and lodging, and you don't have to fish to have fun.

Finding Old Florida

Once upon a time, long before glittering Miami Vice skyscrapers and Disney fantasies scrawled their signature across the state, there was a whole other Florida.

Historic & Old Florida Art Gallery - 1840-1960 | Artists of Old Florida

Discover the world of Historic Art by Florida Artists here at the Online Art Gallery from Artists of Old Florida. View pieces of Art from 1840-1960!

Grocery store in Lakeland, Florida - March 1939.

Photogrammar is a web-based platorm for organizing, searching and visualizing the 170,00 photographs from 1935 to 1945 created by the United States Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information (FSA-OWI).

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars "The main reason I decided to get a new Christmas tree this year is that our old tree was getting old and it takes so much space. I can't be happier with my choice." - Submitted by Branka; From Florida
Hollywood, Florida is certainly not as famous as its namesake in California, but it’s still a super fun family vacation destination! This south Florida city is right on the Atlantic Ocean, and is a mixture of laid-back surf vibes, an artistic community, and Old Florida glamour. Here's why Hollywood FL is a wonderful family-friendly beach destination.
visit St. Augustine,  Florida for only one day and show you the top two places to to go in America's oldest city.
The Everglades is a massive network of forests, prairies and wetlands – a "river of grass" – that flows from near Kissimmee all the way down to Florida Bay. It is home to alligators, crocodiles, manatees, the Florida panther and hundreds of species of birds, and attracts adventurers and sightseers who want an only-in-Florida experience.