Area Attractions

SANIBEL HISTORICAL MUSEUM & VILLAGE

The Village and Museum are a tribute to the early pioneers who homesteaded Sanibel Island in 1888. The Museum was founded in 1984 with a mission to preserve, protect and share Sanibel Island history. The village is comprised of eleven buildings, eight of which have been historically restored and some dating from 1898

EVERGLADES WONDER GARDENS

Entrepreneurs and Bonita Springs settlers Bill and Lester Piper established the original garden in 1936. They developed it as a roadside attraction to rehabilitate injured wildlife and allow visitors to get up-close and learn about these native animals. The attraction was created by the two brothers as the Bonita Springs Reptile Gardens. By the 1950s it had been renamed the Everglades Wonder Gardens and was Florida’s premier wildlife attractions with threatened American crocodiles as one of the main exhibits. The gardens also pioneered a program of breeding endangered Florida panthers long before the terms “eco-tourism” and “environmental conservancy” had even been coined.

LYNN HALL MEMORIAL PARK BEACH

Fort Myers Beach Beachfront Park Lynn Hall Memorial Park is a beachfront park located on Fort Myers Beach, just north of the foot of the Matanzas Pass Bridge, next to Times Square. You can enjoy a full day of activities at Lynn Hall Memorial Park. This busy Gulf front park located on Fort Myers Beach is great for families! It features picnic shelters with grills, a large playground, vending, changing and restroom facilities.

SEMINOLE CASINO HOTEL

With over 1,300 slot machines, a WPT poker room, 38 live table games, there are plenty of things to do and lots to win. If you’re into cards, try your luck at Blackjack, Pai Gow poker, and Mini-Baccarat or catch a game in the award-winning Poker room. Slot bets from 1¢ to $100. Table Games starting at $10. View the casino’s poker events and monthly promotions. Plus guests can enjoy complimentary passed hors-d’oeuvres and cocktails while you play. Put Lady Luck to the test at this Southwest Florida attraction located just minutes from Fort Myers’ beaches</h3>  

SANIBEL LIGHTHOUSE BEACH & FISHING PIER

The historic, working Sanibel Lighthouse, Lighthouse Beach, t-dock fishing pier, and a boardwalk nature trail that winds through native wetlands. The lighthouse and beach are located on the eastern tip of Sanibel, wrapping around to the bay side offering both Gulf of Mexico and San Carlos Bay views.

SUN SPLASH FAMILY WATERPARK

Pirate’s Cove is an interactive water play structure for younger adventurers and features slides, a hydro storm, blasters, gushers, geysers and more.