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Edison-Ford Winter Estates

Tours include the museum, which has Edison's phonographs, electric lights, and some of his other inventions.

Manatee Park

At Manatee Park you can look for the West Indian manatee.

Imaginarium Hands-On Museum

Hands on exhibits and 3D theater make this aquarium fun for the whole family.

Seminole Gulf Railway's Dinner Train Theater

The historic Seminole Gulf Railway offers Scenic Day Timers, 75- or 105-minute narrated roundtrips to the Caloosahatchee Trestle.

Fort Myers Historical Museum

In a restored railroad depot, the Southwest Florida Museum of History showcases the area's history dating to 800 BC.

Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium

Center promotes education and awareness of the natural systems of Southwest Florida, and to foster a deeper understanding of earth and space sciences.

Centennial Park

The eight-acre park offers picnic areas, a river walk, playground, statuary, and benches. Admission is free. No pets allowed. The park is host to concerts, craft shows, and the Downtown Farmer's Market.

McGregor Boulevard

McGregor Boulevard is a welcome detour from the grid, where royal palms line both sides of the two-lane road for 15 miles.

Lovers Key

This beach is a bit off the beaten path and doesn't have much actual sand. You have to put your towel down near the mangroves at the end of the beach because the tide is very high here. The water is a gorgeous, clear blue.

Castle Golf

Castle Golf doesn't look like any ordinary miniature golf course. Stepping on to the tropical courtyard is like taking a nature hike, with waterfalls and wildlife.

Lakes Regional Park

Lakes Park is a popular recreational area in Fort Myers. The 279-acre park has 158 acres of fresh water lakes for swimming, fishing for bass and catfish, and canoeing.

Manatee World

Manatees are one of Florida's most interesting animals, and unfortunately endangered. Manatee World provides boat tours to see manatees in their natural environment.

Golfview Golf and Racquet Club

The nine-hole course at Golfview Golf and Racquet Club appeals to all levels of golfers. It's challenging without being daunting.

Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve

The Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve is a natural animal corridor between northern Lee County and Estero Bay. You can see alligators, wild pigs, otters, and more.

Burroughs Home

Take a tour through history at The Burroughs Home, originally built in 1901. From October through May, costumed guides representing the Burroughs family lead you through the mansion and up the grand staircase.

Fort Myers Country Club

The Fort Myers Country Club is one of the oldest golf courses in South Florida. Designed in 1916 the public course is a par 71. The Fort also hosts the annual Beck's Open, a pro-am tournament.

Classic Flight, Inc.

At the Classic Flight, Inc. you can learn to fly a plane with the Pilot Training Program.

Scuba Quest Pro Dive Centers

At the Scuba Pro Dive Centers you can learn to scuba dive and/or rent some equipment at this diving center.

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January 11, 2011