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Florida’s Getting A Giant New Interactive Art Gallery & The Opening Date Just Dropped

This 50,000-square-foot new place looks epic.

In a time where multi-sensory art installations are having a moment worldwide, Miami is getting its very own experiential art gallery that will leave you breathless. 

Superblue, a groundbreaking new center dedicated to producing and presenting experiential art, will officially open its doors in Miami in the spring of 2021.

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This Florida Kayaking Tour Will Take You Through A Mysterious Maze Of Mangroves

Get lost in a jungle-like maze of twisting trees!🌴

With the weather turning cooler, it's the perfect time to get out and explore the hidden waterways of Florida. One touring company in South Florida will lead you and your crew on a mysterious experience. This Florida kayaking tour near Jupiter will take you through a maze of mysterious mangroves.

Just in time for fall, Jupiter Outdoor Center is leading a Mangrove Mystery Tour which will take you through a lush world of mangroves and make you feel as if you're in Panama.

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You Can Paddle Through This Hidden Wildlife Sanctuary In Miami

Explore a natural oasis in the middle of the city!🍃🐾

Miami’s sprawling cityscapes and bustling streets are an exciting place to explore. With a never-ending agenda of things to do, you’ll be up all night chasing the excitement. But for when you need to slow down and breath some fresh air, there’s the Miami wildlife sanctuary Pinto’s Farm, where you paddle around a hidden island of the cutest animals.

Pinto’s Farm gives you a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Aside from cuddling and feeding the cutest farm animals around, you can even paddle around the refreshing riverway that surrounds the hidden island oasis.

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You Can Take A Seaplane To Visit This Stunning Florida Shoreline

Or you can board a ferry if you prefer to take to the seas ⛴️🌊

The Sunshine State is a treasure trove of tropical oases, sandy shorelines, and hidden gems waiting to be explored. Some spots stand out above the rest, deserving a slot on your at least once in a lifetime bucket list. Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida just so happens to be one of those places — but you'll have to take alternate means of transportation to even get there.

Dry Tortugas' series of seven small islands lie about 70-miles off the coast of Key West, encompassing approximately 100-square miles of mostly open water and sandy shorelines, though you'll also find some military fort ruins here too.

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This Clear Kayaking Tour In Florida Takes Your Through A Maze Of Mangrove Tunnels

Take a tour through a totally tubular side of Florida!🛶

The Sunshine State is a hotspot for kayaking. It's a great way to experience the full breadth of Florida's springs and rivers and the marine life that's teeming underneath your boat. One clear kayak tour in Florida will take you through a maze of mangroves near Fort Pierce.

For just $50 per person, you can embark on a clear kayaking tour that will weave you through the clear-blue waters of Fort Pierce Inlet State Park.

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6 Reasons Why You Need To Visit This Haunted Doll In Florida This Halloween

He just wants a friend! 😈

From ghost tours to creepy museums, there are tons of ways to explore haunted Florida. Robert the Doll is one such attraction, and his creepy story will chill you to the bone. Whether you're looking for a new way to celebrate Halloween this year, or just want to learn more about Florida's history, here's a list of reasons why you should visit this creepy doll.

Robert the Doll sits in his own case at the Fort East Martello Museum in Key West. He's a handmade doll that was made and stuffed with wood and wool and is dressed in a sailor suit.

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