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Top Ten Attractions  

1

Arts and Culture

Gainesville is a crossroads of nature and culture. Start here to learn about museums, historic sites, theatres, arts galleries, and more.

2

Rally Pro Performance Driving School

Spend an Incredible Day Rally Pro located within the Florida International Rally & Motorsport Park (FIRM), a motorsport heaven.

3

Butterfly Forest at the Florida Museum of Natural History

A living exhibit featuring hundreds of butterflies and birds from around the world along with other animals including turtles and fish, all in a lush landscape of tropical trees and colorful flowering plants amid waterfalls and a walking path.

4

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

Stroll through this 62-acre expanse showcasing the state’s largest bamboo, herb, rock and rose gardens.

5

Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park

Bike the trails or hike the boardwalk around, or into, a 120' deep sinkhole. There’s a miniature rainforest, wildlife, picnic area and visitor center with informative exhibits.

6

Paynes Prairie State Preserve

Biologically, geologically and historically unique, Paynes Prairie provides habitats for wildlife and livestock including alligators, bison, horses and more than 270 species of birds. There’s a 50-foot observation tower, hiking trails, horseback riding, and bicycling. Plus camping and fishing on Lake Wauberg. Boat ramp for canoes and boats with electric motors.

7

Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art

Collections, exhibitions and educational programs. See what's happening there when you go.

8

Swamp Head Brewery

Outstanding craft beer brewery includes a brewhouse, tasting room, and kegs for sale.

9

The Hippodrome State Theatre

Located in the restored 1912 Federal Building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, "the Hipp" screens first-run foreign, limited release and avant-garde films (over 700 per year), and its art gallery is available to Florida artists at no charge. It also hosts a variety of special events and provides youth theatre education classes.

10

The Canyons Zip Line & Canopy Tours, Ocala

Soar from tree to tree on the highest, longest, and fastest zip lines in Florida. Enjoy birds-eye views on a 3-hour mile-long tour through a beautiful and remote natural area, over a 12-acre lake and beside cliffs, ending with a rappel from the final tree platform. Horseback riding and horse-drawn wagon rides are also available.

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