10Best Fort Myers, FL Attractions
While the beaches are the hottest attractions in the Fort Myers area, don't forget to check out the festivals and activities inland. They appeal to all ages, tastes and many are free.
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Hot, new Fort Myers attractions & notable things you should do this month.
Baseball fans come to the Fort Myers Miracle games for more than just the sport, also to have great fun and to see great athletes and crazy antics. Games of this Class A Minor League team for the Minnesota Twins are some of the best attended in the Florida State League. Baseball is an American pastime, and attending a game at the newly renovated Hammond Stadium is an affordable activity for the entire family. Read more »All New & Notable Fort Myers Attractions »
The Imaginarium is an incredible museum meets science center meets aquarium - a real educational experience. Perhaps the most comprehensive hands-on museum in the Fort Myers area, it's known for its interactive TV weather set and wind machine. The entire family can enjoy touch tanks, feed stingrays and dig for fossils all day and not break the bank. Read more »All New & Notable Fort Myers Attractions »
About Fort Myers, FL Attractions
Fort Myers is a hot bed for activities and events that garner statewide and national recognition. The beautiful Gulf beaches and barrier islands tend to be the biggest draw. You'll find world class shelling on Sanibel and Captiva Islands as well as romance. Nature and history lovers shouldn't miss Useppa, Cabbage Key or Cayo Costa; islands all accessible by water taxi.
Enjoy sunset and dinner cruises, parasailing and a host of water sports and activities. The largest sand sculpting competition in the state takes place on Fort Myers Beach each November and Spring Break can get quite raucous at the Lani Kai Beach Resort.
Baseball fans flock to the area every spring to see the boys of summer in Spring Training.
Enjoy one of the largest nighttime parades in the southeast each February. The Edison Festival's Grand Parade of Light honors the area's most famous winter resident, Thomas Edison. Tourists love to explore his restored estate and car magnate, Henry Ford's, neighboring property, all year long.
Fort Myers has numerous state parks and natural preserves as well as enviable outlet shopping, a plethora of art shows and numerous events in the downtown streets and parks; something for everyone.
- Fort Myers Expert Gina Birch