27th State - Entered the Union March 3, 1845
Nicknamed “The Sunshine State” Florida offers so much more than the weather. Home to a vibrant and diverse spectacle of arts and culture, Florida entertains and delights all year long and around the clock. From Ernest Hemingway’s Home and Museum in the Conch Republic, to the all-night Latin beats of South Beach’s dance clubs, to Historic St. Augustine, Florida will excite the mind and delight the senses.
St. Augustine, St. Johns, and Ponte Vedra
450 years of modern history sits on top of more than 10,000 years of human habitation, mixing Native American, European, and African traditions. Florida’s Historic Coast is a veritable melting pot of cultures, cuisines, and artistic expressions. The Visual, Performing and Literary Arts thrive, punctuated with year-round festivals and historic re-enactments, all nestled along the beaches of northern Florida.
With so many things to do in Kissimmee, it’s no wonder why, year after year, families come here to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Old Town Kissimmee is a recreation of a classic Florida town – a throwback to a time when crowds were a little smaller, lines a little shorter and the fun a little simpler.
Enjoy the simple pleasures of classic American fun.
First founded in 1559, visitors today can experience a unique, diverse cultural experience year-round all within Pensacola's historic downtown district.
A flourishing culinary scene, coupled with one of the most impressive art calendars in the country, have crowned Pensacola as the top cultural coastal destination in the South.