Naples Florida Attractions

Naples Florida attractions on this page are a work in progress and will be continually added to. You are invited to suggest an attraction for us to add.

Naples Botanical Garden.
Corner of Bayshore Drive and Thomasson Drive. 170 acres that were renovated and expanded in late 2009. One of the most unusual Florida tourist attractions. You will see 7,633 different kinds of plants, 1,000 different kinds of orchids and thousands of fruit, palm and other tropical trees. Open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Admission for Adults $ 9.95, children 4-14 $ 4.95. 239-643-7275.

Naples Florida Tin City

Tin City Waterfront Marketplace.
U.S. 41 at Goodlette Road on the Gordon River. This is more than a shopping venue. It is part of Naples history. The setting recalls Naples's nautical past, since the buildings were once part of a working waterfront in a typical little Florida fishing village. Tin City's quaint boardwalks, tin-topped building and bayfront shops and eateries overlook the working docks of Naples Bay. A couple of tour boats operate out of Tin City.

This is about as laid back as it gets in Naples, and is one of the best known Naples Florida tourist attractions. 239-262-4200.

Naples Trolley Tours.
Located at Tin City, this is a picturesque method of seeing the sights that were common in Naples 100 years ago and is still one of the city's most popular forms of public transportation. This is a fun and educational way to see Naples. The tour is narrated and covers over 100 local features of interest. 1-800-592-0848.

Naples Florida Trolley

Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens.
1590 Goodlette Rd Naples Florida 34102. Located just south of Golden Gate Parkway. Tucked into quiet Naples, you may hear the laugh of hyenas, the chattering of monkeys, or the deep roar of lions. This is a nationally accredited zoo, and considered to be one of the finest in the State of Florida. You will get to cruise on a guided boat tour past unique monkey islands. Naples Zoo has been voted "Best Place for Kids" by several publications, and is one of the most popular Florida tourist attractions. 239-262-5409.

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