Learn the history of some of Florida’s most unique small towns. Our free walking tour app, “Florida Stories,” can be downloaded for all iOS and Android devices or viewed on our web app.
Watch this short video from Visit Florida to learn more about Florida Stories.
Experience Florida In A Brand New Way
“Florida Stories” transports you through the past and the present, step by step (or staying in place). “Florida Stories” tours are high-quality, packed with photos and rich audio that will open your eyes to many of Florida’s cities and towns in a way you’ve never experienced before.
Below is a sneak peek at some of our tour stops!
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British Government House
Florida Stories: Pensacola
Originally intended to serve the British governor, the Government House became Pensacola’s first city hall, where all functions of civil government took place. The Garrison Kitchen and mess house for the British garrison were located nearby.
Built in 1877 this is the last known surviving Gulf Coast Schooner. It was the “pickup truck” of its day, as travel by boat was much easier than over the sand and swamps of the Gulf Coast. It is a National Historic Landmark today.
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum serves to illuminate connections between the people of Florida and their political institutions through programs of civic education, historic interpretation, and preservation.
Apalachicola – The Hill
Bradenton (Old Manatee)
Fort Myers: Dunbar
Fort Pierce – Lincoln Park
Indian Rocks Beach
Miami (Little Haiti)
New Smyrna Beach
Phillippi Estate Park
St. Augustine – Colonial Florida
St. Augustine – Flagler College
St. Augustine – Gilded Age
St. Augustine – Lincolnville
St. Augustine – South of the Plaza
Virginia Key Beach
Note: If you are downloading the Florida Stories app be advised that download times vary based on your connection.
If you need help downloading the app, please contact Lisa Lennox at [email protected].
Florida Stories is sponsored by:
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