Just another mediocre roadside souvenir shop with imported crap. Not worth the stop.
Tours ceased in December 2017
Petting the marine animals was fun, and the docents were kind, generous, and informative. The exhibits were few and broken, with a heavy emphasis on touching fur (ew). Ms. Blue was a great photo opportunity. They are in the midst of expanding, so it will likely improve a lot soon.
19740 US Highway 90, Live Oak, FL 32060, United States
It's a little road just past the agricultural checkpoint, has "road closed" sign, but seemed acceptable to park and walk across since there was a fisherman out there beautiful views, good photo op. You can also take the kids into the Suwannee State Park; at the boat ramp you can walk left to a little foot bridge and play in fresh-flowing water from little stream.
Didn't see the tour. The outside is faded cans fashioned with mortar into property walls, while cut and flattened cans create shingles and siding. Can ends are strung on lanyards to make rattling windchimes that nearly ensconce the home. Less impressive than you would think.
Awesome! Lots of great old pinball games, many that I remember from when I was a kid. The games at the very front cost a dollar, but if you go up the stairs at the back there's a much larger room where the games are only seventy-five cents.
Amazing public art by very talented Austin artists. If you're lucky you'll see someone at work, but be sure to stand downwind as the paint is stinky and the overspray will drift.
A classic photo op. However, you should stop by the Austin Graffiti Wall as you pass through for an epic photo backdrop.
A fun photo-op to make people wonder where you are.
Only exhibits Confederate memorabilia. Makes no political or racial statement, but is definitely white-washed. Lots of weaponry and Jefferson Davis memorabilia, including a crown of thorns hand-woven and gifted by the pope to Davis during his incarceration. Interesting enough, but the elephant in the room feels kind of dirty.