If you’re looking for a vacation spot where you can learn more about American history without sacrificing the sun, sea, and sand of a dream holiday, the Paradise Coast is the place for you.
The area is rich in Native American history thanks to the Calusa and Seminole people that called the region home, and the Pioneer era which changed the landscape. The influences of early 20th-century development can be seen in many towns and areas like Everglades City and Chokoloskee. Other places that offer a sense of the area’s history include Immokalee and Ochopee, which are well worth a visit for any history buff.
A fascinating and sobering part of Florida’s history tourism trail is the Holocaust Museum. You will be moved by the exhibits and displays that show the personal stories and objects from this terrible chapter of history. The museum is dedicated to education and inspiring a better future for all.