Experience Florida History – Walking Tour Communities App “Florida Stories” is helping people connect to the rich and historic culture provided in towns all over Florida.
In a time when social distancing and outdoor activities are encouraged, it offers an engaging outlet to connect to the communities that make up our unique state. Enjoying the history of Florida’s towns has never been easier than with the Florida Stories App.
Florida Stories takes you on historical walking tours of more than 35 unique communities across the state. Watch the video below to learn more about how it works:
Experience Florida History
The small towns (and some now large) of Florida have interesting and unique stories that share a valuable perspective on what it means to be a “Floridian”. Discover stories on the app from the following towns:
Apalachicola, Bartow, Boca Grande, Old Manatee – Bradenton, DeFuniak Springs, DeLand, Eau Gallie, Fernandina Beach, Flagler College, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers – Dunbar Community, Fort Pierce, Fort Pierce – Lincoln Park, Indian Key, Indian Rocks Beach, Islamorada, Key West, Lake Mary, Lake Wales, Miami – Downtown, Miami – Little Haiti, New Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach, Pensacola, Phillippi Estate Park, Safety Harbor, St. Andrews, St. Augustine – Colonial Tour, Saint Augustine – Gilded Age, St. Augustine – Lincolnville, Saint Augustine – South of the Plaza, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Tarpon Springs, Virginia Key Beach, and Ybor City.
Walking Tours – FREE App
Walking outdoors, photographing historic landmarks, and listening to and reading your app will keep you interested and at a safe social distance – while enabling you to get out and about.
Best of all, this app is FREE! It is provided by the Florida Humanities Council.
Please be considerate, if there are people around, or if you choose to enter a building – wear a mask to help protect others. Many of the communities are home to an elderly population who could be especially vulnerable during the pandemic.
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