St. Augustine, Florida, is the oldest occupied European-founded city in the United States.
Whether it’s the rare bonneted bats resting in Miami or the Brazilian free-tailed bats roaming Gainesville, the Sunshine State is a sanctuary for the flying mammals.
The story of Robert the Doll is one of hexes and curses and misfortunes… and, scariest of all, it’s all happened in our very own backyard.
Ernest Hemingway traveled around the world and lived in different parts of the country – but for the legendary American author, Key West was in a league of its own.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas was a writer, an environmentalist, an advocate, an activist… but above all else she was the Defender of the Everglades.
Scientists are still baffled how Edward Leedskalnin carved and constructed a castle from over 1,100 tons of coral by himself.
The Southeast Asian Burmese python has been wreaking havoc in the Florida Everglades for almost 40 years.
Henry Morrison Flagler may have made his fortune in oil, but his legacy is fueled by his work in Florida.
The Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in North America.
From the man who claimed it to the pioneers who tamed it, learn how Florida got its name and nicknames.