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Fort Myers

Nicknamed "City of Palms," Fort Myers offers endless family-friendly attractions, beautiful beaches and some of the best natural encounters you'll find in the state. Established in 1886 and situated on the sunny Gulf Coast, Fort Myers is one of Florida's major tourist destinations. From historical sites to world class shopping and everything in between, check out the best of what Fort Myers has to offer.

Recommended Fort Myers Tours

Fort Myers to Key West Ferry
Whether it's a day trip or overnight excursion, the Key West Express will transport you from Florida's Gulf Coast to America's Caribbean. Sit back and relax as you travel to Key West aboard a high-speed ferry complete with full galley and bar, comfortable indoor and outdoor seating and panoramic views of crystal blue water as far as the eye can see.

Everglades Day Safari
Touted as Florida's Finest Eco Tour, the Everglades Day Safari is the West Coast's premier expedition for viewing flora, fauna and some of the most intriguing wildlife and exotic birds that America has to offer. Highlights of the day trip include an airboat ride, nature walk, Southern lunch, exploration of all four ecosystems and more alligators per square mile than anywhere else in the world.

Recommended Fort Myers Attractions

Edison & Ford Winter Estates
Step back in time and learn about two of the most innovative men in American history at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates. Once the vacation homes of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, these two adjacent estates, located on McGregor Boulevard, have been turned into museums honoring their founders. Make sure to leave plenty of time for exploring the museum's more than 20 acres of botanical gardens and Edison's Botanic Research Laboratory.

Imaginarium Science Center
One of the most family-friendly attractions Fort Myers has to offer, the Imaginarium Science Center provides hours of fun and entertainment through hands-on science exhibits. Check out the museum's Dino Discovery Dig Area and daily animal encounters or touch stingrays at the marine touch tank and shoot some hoops in the Sporty Science Arena. There's always something new to experience at the Imaginarium Science Center.

Burroughs Home & Gardens
Touted as �The Perfect Historic Riverfront Venue,� Burroughs Home & Gardens on First Street is the perfect way to spend a few relaxing hours. Built in 1901, this Georgian Revival Mansion was once the scene of Fort Meyers' elite social events. Today, it boasts historical tours and serves as a popular wedding venue. Tip: Make sure you call ahead to book lunch on the beautiful dance porch for after your tour.

Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium
This 105-acre site features a museum, three nature trails, a Planetarium, butterfly and bird aviaries, a gift shop and meeting and picnic areas. In essence, it's a great way to learn about Southwest Florida's natural history while exploring its beauty. Check out the Iona House, which originally served as a one-room schoolhouse built in 1909, and the Planetarium's daily educational shows.

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