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Solomon’s Castle, made from discarded items such as beer cans and oil drums by sculptor Howard Solomon, in a swamp in Ona.


Classic cars, vintage boats, a baseball collection and a treasure trove of Treasure Coast histories and stories at The Elliott Museum, Stuart.


The Tampa Museum of Art, which opened in 2010, is an architectural masterpiece with a pierced-aluminium exterior


renowned Ringling College of Art and Design. Perez Art Museum Miami, which opened in 2013, draws heavily upon the works of Latin American and Caribbean artists, and strives to refl ect Miami’s geographic and cultural links. The permanent collection counts more than 1,300 pieces. Like the Dali in St. Petersburg and Museum of Art in Tampa, the


Perez building itself also is a work of art worthy of your time. Ballet, opera and music are well catered for in Florida. The Arts Ballet Theater of Florida is a strong force in the south, but there are also companies in all areas of the state. Opera Tampa, based in the Straz Center, runs the annual Florida Opera Festival and, again, there are excellent


Castillo De San Marcos National Monument, a 1672 masonry fort, where rangers wear Spanish Colonial uniforms and cannons are fi red.


The museum at Whitehall, Henry Flagler’s Gilded Age estate in Palm Beach, once described as ‘more wonderful than any palace in Europe’.


Orlando’s vibrant live music scene. There are lots of different venues including the House of Blues, the Amway Center and Hard Rock Live.





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The Morse Museum houses the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany.


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