Family-Friendly Attractions & Parks in South Florida

South Florida has a lot to offer when it comes to attracting throngs and throngs of people. The landscapes comprise not only natural beaches and wetlands but also famous and notable buildings.


The Delray Beach is one of the prime attractions. Delray Beach is situated at the coast of Florida. The city has a lot to roam around but here are some places which one should never miss when they visit this amazing place.


1. Wakodahatchee Wetlands

Wakodahatchee wetlands are natural wetlands situated at the heart of the city. Here you can see turtles, alligators, ducks and a lot of other birds.

2. Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

When you’re tired of the beach, Morikami museum is the place to be. The place is so tranquil that you won’t hear any kind of noises. Although, it is advisable to go there early. Away from the cacophony of the city, this is the place where you’ll find peace.

3. Delray Municipal Beach

Delray municipal beach is an amazing place to hangout during the pick season. Just churn out a few bucks for chairs and umbrellas and enjoy.

4. Delray Beach Tennis Center

Built in 1992, this tennis stadium has witnessed Davis cup and Fed cup matches. It has a capacity to accommodate 8,500 people at once.

5. Cornell Museum

Cornell Museum is a two story building is old school. People with a taste of art must go here. The museum is situated at the heart of Delray Beach Fl. It may give special memories with people with children.

6. St. Paul's Episcopal Church

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is not just a place of religious worship. Here projects like feeding of the poor worldwide are run. It’s a 20th century church.

7. John and Elizabeth Shaw Sundy House

John and Elizabeth Shaw Sundy house was built in 1992. It made its way through the US national register of historical places.

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