Ft. Pierce Tourist Activities

Over 87 million tourists flock to Florida every year. There are obviously some pretty nice attractions to get those kinds of numbers. But the great thing about Florida is that there’s a little something different for everyone, city to city and beach to beach. The culture and activities in Boca Raton, for example, vary from what you should expect in Orlando or Clearwater Beach.

standardFishingImageAn amazing aspect of Ft. Pierce, Florida, when it comes to tourist activities, is that as long as you have a great place to stay on the water, you can pretty much do it all. Let’s take a closer look at some attractions around Ft. Pierce:

Museums/Exhibits—want an up close view of the Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystem? Want to learn more about the Navy SEALS Special Forces? Ft. Pierce has the benefit of offering informative and engaging museums throughout the area. Check out the Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit, Marine Station, UDT/SEAL Museum or the St. Lucie County Historical Museum.

Art/Culture—music and galleries are not hard to find around Florida’s Treasure Coast. Completed in 1923, the Sunrise Theatre is a great place to start for the performing arts. Ft. Pierce also has The Backus Gallery, entirely dedicated to the Florida’s most predominant landscape artist, “Bean Backus.”

Other Areas of Interest: if you stay at the Dockside Inn, you have access to five fishing piers and direct water connection. You can also check out the Ft. Pierce City Marina, Heathcote Botanical Garden, the local golf courses, Old City Hall and the Manatee Observation and Education Center.

No matter what you end up doing in Ft. Pierce, you are sure to have an amazing time doing it!

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