Thursday, January 28, 2016

Homestead, Florida What to Do (Tourist Stuff)

Another three year old post is getting updated here, lol.  This time, it's about two years old, lol. Lucky for all, this post is almost just as new as the year it was written. There are few new things to do around yes this is still worth a read. 

Here goes! 

Comments often heard include What do you do in Homestead? There is nothing there!and I don't want to drive to Homestead. I only work there and last but not least Homestead is a short stop on the way to Key West. There is nothing there but chain restaurants and gas stations. 

After living in Homestead for two four  six years, there are LOTS of things to do south of Miami Zoo. Here are some ideas! 

For where to eat, see my blog post Restaurants & Where to Eat in Homestead, Florida.

To learn more about any of these places, please click on the place names.

Drive through Historic Homestead Downtown while enjoying the downloadable Self Guided Tour.

If possible, stop by Losner Park and the Seminole Theatre.

Fruit and Spice Park shares local fruit, history, and teas. 

Go wild for orchids at R.F. Orchids. 

Enjoy local fruit wines at Schnebly Redland's Winery in their garden areas. 

Visit the Everglades and photo shoot egrets, gators, and the river of grass at theTropical Everglades Visitor Association. Local photographer Jason Eldridge gets inspired here. 

For one of the best fruit milkshakes in this world, visit Robert Is Here.

See alligator and snake shows at the Alligator Farm

The Everglades Outpost rescues abandoned and abused exotic animals of all kinds, including lions, tigers, and bears. This is where local photographer Mike Downs captures animal characters here. 

See alligator and snake shows at the Alligator Farm

Get a steal of a deal on antiques at Jacobsen's Antique Mall.

Visit the Children's Gallery and Art Center for an adult and child styled art experience.
Andy, Morgan, and Brad at the entrance of the park, ©2009.
Flagler's Martini Bar. Camera phone does NOT
do it justice, LOL. 2014
Guide, Brenda, and Charlie with a snake at the Alligator Farm.

Angeline's caveats on this tour she created:
Recommendation: wear bug spray and sunblock, and have water. Casual clothing style is allowed at all stops. This tour I created will take you from overheating to cooling off stops. Most stops have a free experience, but allow $100 per adult for the day. Not all stops can be incorporated in one day. Please check each link for the hours they are open to the public. Food recommendations will be created in a different blog post. 

You’re invited!

Andy & I are hosting an Art Open House on Friday evening and Saturday, March 11 and March 12, 2016. You can come on over and see all the paintings I’ve made and hang out with us. Maybe you’ll pick up some new wall candy for your home? I’ll be painting, waiting for you!

Angeline Marie of

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