History abounds in Ft. Myers and the surrounding areas.
Click on any of the links below for more information.
Cabbage Key Inn
At Channel Marker #60 on the Intracoastal Waterway lies a unique 100-acre Island reminiscent of days done by.
Cape Coral Historical Museum
The history of Cape Coral, including exhibits on Calusa Indians, the burrowing owl and Cracker Florida.
Edison and Ford Winter Estates
20 acres of botanical landscaping, the Edison and Ford historic homes and guest cottages, Edison's laboratory, a museum housing his famous inventions and exhibits, shops and cafes
Koreshan State Historic Site
The remains of the Koreshan Unity settlement, established in 1894 by Cyrus Teed. Formal grounds, campground, hiking trail on site.
The Mound House Cultural & Environmental Learning Center
Archaeological site accessible by road and by water, the Mound House sites atop a Calusa Indian mound.
Mound Key Archaeological State Park
A popular site for amateur and professional archaeologists, with research conducted by the University of Florida.
A working landmark since 1884 with boardwalk nature trails.
Sanibel Historical Village & Museum
Wander through fully furnished, early 1900s island cottages, newspaper and photo archives.