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Prepare to make some new friends! Around 52,000 people call this city home.
Tallahassee, the capital of this state, sits 240 miles northwest of Sarasota, while Myakka City can be found 25 miles to the east.
If you are planning a holiday for the whole family, trips to Robert L. Taylor Community Complex and Fish Hole Adventure Golf will no doubt put huge smiles on everyone's faces! If you're after even more excitement, Canopy Walkway and Boylston Nature Trail and Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary are a couple of other possibilities.
Get acquainted with the creatures of our planet's oceans at Mote Marine Aquarium and Mote Marine Laboratory.
You don't have to be a youngster to enjoy an excursion to the Sarasota Jungle Gardens! Visitors of all ages will have loads of opportunities to get up close to its fascinating animals through a series of well-thought-out exhibits.
The electric atmosphere of arcadeland makes it ideal for an exciting night out. Order a cocktail and go wandering or try your luck challenging the blackjack dealer!
Sarasota has some vibrant, green spaces where you can find a wide range of flower and plant species. The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens and the Palma Sola Botanical Park are where you want to head.
In the mood for an alfresco lunch? Grab some bread and cheese and make your way to Myakka River State Park or Payne Park for a picnic. There's also lots of fun to be had at South Lido Park and Lake Manatee State Park.
It's a good idea to start your Sarasota experience at Sarasota County Visitor Information Center and History Museum. Its friendly team of local staff can provide you with ideas and information about what to do in the city and its surrounds.
Take off to Venice Beach and Siesta Key Public Beach and let the salty wind and sounds of the ocean calm your mind. Want to add to your seashell collection? Also stop by Nokomis Beach and Cortez Beach.
If you're hoping to recharge your batteries, there are plenty of nature reserves to explore. Ease your way into it with a breath of fresh, clean air among the plants and animals at Bean Point Beach or Oscar Scherer State Park. For a little bit more downtime, make your way to Robinson Preserve and Point of Rocks.
A crucial area of marine conservation, Jim Neville Marine Preserve is teeming with unique underwater life.
Interesting displays are waiting to be studied at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and the South Florida Museum. They're serene places to take five or escape a wet-weather day. Museum buffs also need to check out the Sarasota Classic Car Museum and the Florida Railroad Museum.
Discover more about the seafaring history of the region while taking in the salt-encrusted artefacts that are on display at the Florida Maritime Museum at Cortez.
Whichever type of art rocks your socks, you're sure to find it in Sarasota. Why not begin your day of art admiring at the Solomon's Castle and the Marietta Museum of Art and Whimsy? You should also look into what exhibitions are on at the Art Center Sarasota and the Island Gallery West.
Get to know the intriguing backstory of this city and its surrounds at the Anna Maria Island Museum and Historical Park and the Manatee Village Historical Park.
Want to better understand Sarasota's past? Don't forget to visit Gamble Plantation and the De Soto National Memorial. If you're still looking for more, Ca’ d’Zan and Madira Bickel Mound State Archaeological Site should be next on the list.
Looking for answers to some of life's biggest questions? Stop by St. Boniface Episcopal Church Labyrinth, a historic sacred site.
When you're travelling, it's sometimes the more ordinary destinations that burn brightest in your memories once you get home. A couple of places which fit that bill in Sarasota are the University Park Country Club and Marina Jack. Cannons Marina and the Circus Sarasota also promise a great day out.