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Visiting Fort Myers, Florida (Lee County)

                                               Visiting Fort Myers, Florida (Lee County)
When you visit the Fort Myers, Florida area we suggest these places we have visited and feel they are worthwhile your time when you in our area.
From time to time Nightingale Sales, Inc. the microscope people will add to these suggestions.  Our suggestions are purely our opinon and are not offered as advertinments.  We will add others as time goes on.



The Butterfly Estates, 1815 Fowler Street, River District

The Butterfly Estates, 1815 Fowler Street, River District, Fort Myers, FL 33901 is an oasis of beauty in the middle of the new rising area of Fort Myers.

A combination of Butterfly Conservatory, Fultterby's Cafe, Mother Nature Gift Shop and Caterpillars Ice Cream and Fudge Factory.

Expect to spend a leisurely hour or more just getting unwound amoung the cascading waterfalls, tropical plants and umbrella tables.


Koreshan State Historic Site

Koreshan State Historic Site

Throughout its history, Florida has welcomed pioneers of all kinds. Cyrus Reed Teed was probably the most unusual, bringing followers to Estero in 1894 to build New Jerusalem for his new faith, Koreshanity. The colony, known as the Koreshan Unity, believed that the entire universe existed within a giant, hollow sphere. The colony began fading after Teed´s death in 1908, and in 1961 the last four members deeded the land to the state.

Very near the busy, RT. 41 (Tamiami Trail) it is amazing how secluded one feel when surrounded by this Historical site, campground and picnic area on the banks of the Estereo river.  The volunteers are extremely accommodating and entertaining, and more than willing to give everyone individual attention if ask.

Expect to camp overnight or just spend as many hours as you wish to enjoy this place.


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