Thursday, April 24, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

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SMALL TOWN FLORIDA

Our partners at VisitFlorida.com continue their Small Town Florida series with a look at Quincy. Tucked in the shadow of Tallahassee, this city surprises visitors with its array of Victorian homes in the quaint downtown district. It is home to the modern Gadsden Arts Center, which exhibits the work of local artists, and is a favorite spot on the North Florida Arts Trail. Photos

 

Downtown Havana offers a chance to step back in time and escape the hustle and bustle of the Tallahassee capitol. Photos

 

Downtown Stuart is full of charm yet small enough for shoppers and visitors walk all its beautiful streets. Photos

 

Our partners at VisitFlorida.com are visiting Small Town Florida. This week's photo gallery highlights Lake Worth, which was badly damaged by a 1928 hurricane. Today, the restorations are historic in their own right, and shops, small businesses, restaurants, and art galleries line the downtown. Photos

 

Video series: Florida has more sunken treasure off its coast than anywhere else in the United States. At Jupiter Beach, along the aptly named Treasure Coast, How to Do Florida is scouring the sand and shallow waters for gold. Treasure hunters, start your metal detectors. Video at VisitFlorida.com