Fans of Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville – Weeki Wachee are sure to have visited Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, renowned for its famous mermaids and the underwater performances that have charmed guests since 1947. With one of deepest first-magnitude springs
Home to historic homes, museums, and unique cultural sites, Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville – Weeki Wachee offers many interesting places to discover the history of those who lived before us. Our heritage sites include ten locations on the National Register
With all of its natural wonders, scenic towns and unique cultural sites, there’s no reason a trip to Florida has to break the bank. The sunshine state has no shortage of budget-friendly attractions to discover, and Florida’s Adventure Coast is
Join us in Celebrating 75 Years of Florida History and Mermaid Magic at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park
On October 13, 1947, the first show at the Weeki Wachee Springs underwater theater opened. It was the same day that Kukla, Fran and Ollie first aired on that newfangled invention called television, and one day before Chuck Yeager broke
Founded in 1856, Brooksville is a community with less than 10,000 residents, where visitors are greeted by hand-painted murals historic buildings and brick-covered streets, shaded by ancient oaks laden with Spanish moss. With its history and small-town charm, there are
Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, is home to some iconic and fun attractions. Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, home to the World-Famous Mermaids celebrates 75 years in October 2022. Lead Foot City, home to All Things Automotive, offers four-wheeled fun
Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, a nature lover’s paradise, offers extensive outdoor recreation opportunities as well as cultural attractions and historic museums. Here are 22 exciting adventures to make 2022 a memorable year.
Tour BVL was established to document the history of downtown Brooksville and to provide a resource where people can learn about and explore the historic homes and buildings located in the City of Brooksville.
The 1885 Train Depot has been in the same location on Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, since it was built in 1885. As part of the Rails to Trails program, the old railroad track bed is now the Good Neighbor
The Countryman Family One Room Schoolhouse is reminiscent of the First Schoolhouse on Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, built in 1852 by Fredrick Lykes.