Best Things To Do in Fort Myers
Surrounded by both salt- and freshwater, Fort Meyers' natural surroundings are the prime reason for visiting. While you could visit the Imaginarium with the kids, the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge is the true gem for the whole family. At 6,300 acres, this refuge is the most popular nature preserve to visit. Amongst the mangroves, you'll spot crocodiles, cuckoos, and other native Floridian critters. History buffs will be thrilled after a visit to the Edison & Ford Winter Estates. After you've experienced the sights and sounds of Fort Myers, lounge on the peaceful beaches to unwind.
Why go: It's best to stop by Fort Myer's Manatee Park during the off-season (between November and March). That's ... read more»
Why go: Named after a political cartoonist and conservationist, the J.N. (Ding) Darling National Wildlife Refuge occupies 6,300 acres of ... read more»
Why go: Two of Fort Myers' most famous residents had homes right next to each other. The inventor of the electric light ... read more»
Why go: You'll see a wide range of animals native to Florida at the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, including bald ... read more»
Why go: A large green and yellow dinosaur greets tiny visitors and their parents to the Imaginarium Hands-On Museum, which explores topics ... read more»