Jacksonville & Amelia Island
Visitors flock to these seaside cities for their stunning coastlines and variety of activities, from exploring old forts and kayaking to taking in the nightlife. Amelia Island lures visitors with its lovely town of with its Victorian mansions and locally owned shops on Other draws are the annual shrimp festival (America’s shrimping industry started here), and
perfect for biking, hiking or just exploring. Wherever you are on the coast, you’ll find plenty of Southern hospitality and a bounty of local flavor. spring. The stateof-the-art
TimesUnion Center for the Performing Arts,
which hosts the Jacksonville Symphony and Ballet, boasts an amazing location on the St. Johns River next to the Landing. Just over the river is
(3), the Museum of Science and History, popular for adults and kids alike.
each year—that’s almost 5 million bottles of homemade brew. The
was unveiled this year to highlight the area’s craft breweries, like King Street’s
Jax Ale Trail
Intuition Ale Works.
Beer fans can have a taste at an array of breweries (8) from historic St. Augustine to Jacksonville’s hip Riverside. Cheers!
A beautiful Victorian on