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(850) 833-9595 Emerald Coast Science Center The only science museum in Northern Florida.
Funerary art reflects the ethnic diversity of the community, religious beliefs and burial customs trade patterns. Dixie Theatre Built in 1912, the Dixie Theatre became the entertainment center of the county.
Eventually opened as a motion picture theater, the Dixie closed in 1967.
Seaside The town of Seaside and the beach at Grayton are major attractions. __________________________________________ PANAMA CITY BEACH Club La Vela The largest nightclub in the USA and one of the trendiest and most respected nightclubs in the world Miracle Strip Amusement Park Steer clear of the Abominable Snowman, and head for Hilda's Hotel of Horrors at this establishment of good, clean fun. (850) 227-1327 Cypress Springs In Vernon, an easy drive from Panama City Beach, this freshwater spring offers diving, snorkeling and canoe trips.
(850) 469-1900 National Museum of Naval Aviation Open 9am to 5pm daily, FREE Admission.Is in downtown Fort Walton Beach across the street from the Indian Temple Mound Musuem (850) 664-1261 ________________________________________ DESTIN THINGS TO DO: Big Kahuna's Water Park 45 acres park with over 50 water attractions. (850) 833-9595 Henderson State Park Modern state park with 30 campsites.(850) 837-7550 ________________________________________ BEACHES OF SOUTH WALTONS Eden Gardens State Park Tucked away in historic Point Washington on the shore of Tucker Bayou is a beautiful turn-of-the-century mansion surrounded by azaleas, camellias and towering Spanish mossdraped live oaks, some dating back more than 600 years.Check out some of our featured Black Owned Businesses in Florida below or use the search box above to find what you are looking for.From the white sand beaches of Destin, Pensacola and Panama City to the beauty of nature on St George Island you can find both old and new Florida along Interstate 10 heading across the Emerald Coast.
Apalachicola Historic District Many fine old homes and buildings dating back to the 1830s.