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Historic Fort Pierce, Florida was established in 1901. As a vintage fishing village with a historic main street, Fort Pierce oozes charm and the beauty of Atlantic beaches. Parks, marinas and ornate architecture make your visit to this town an enjoyable experience for the whole family. You will enjoy a relaxing vacation in your condo, townhome or house with amenities such as Internet access, a washing machine and air conditioning.
The Florida Central Atlantic Coast offers many opportunities for sports and recreation in Florida’s temperate climate. Fishing, boating and diving in the reefs is a popular way to spend time, and the Indian River Lagoon Estuary boasts more than 4,000 plant and animal species to be observed, photographed and enjoyed. Marine life such as sailfish, marlin, kingfish, dolphins and sharks are common in these waters. The Smithsonian Marine Station and the St. Lucie County Aquarium provide opportunities to learn more about the marine life along the Atlantic coast of Florida.
Fort Pierce is home to many different shops and restaurants that appeal to a wide variety of tastes and styles. Seafood is a regular menu item with a variety of ethnic and American food along with oceanfront or riverfront views during your meal. Boutiques, art galleries and gift shops provide the opportunity to shop for souvenirs and gifts for family and friends. The marina is an enticing destination for dining and watching the boats and water sports enthusiasts from your table.
The Historic District of downtown Fort Pierce includes many historically significant buildings, including Old City Hall and the beautifully restored Sunrise Theater. Several of these buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many shops, restaurants and bars are located in the historic downtown for an opportunity to shop and dine amongst the historic backdrop of beautiful Fort Pierce.
Fort Pierce is home to several museums where you can explore Florida's history. The St. Lucie County Historical Museum includes Victorian buildings, Seminole war artifacts and the gold and silver treasure found in Spanish shipwrecks following the devastating 1715 hurricane. This is a fascinating destination to learn about Florida’s architecture and history. The St. Lucie County Regional History Center features equipment from turn-of-the-century Florida business and industry in the Fort Pierce area for a different look at the history of the area.
The National Navy SEAL Museum allows you to explore the mysterious world of Naval Special Warfare. The history, artifacts and specialized equipment is displayed, including World War II artifacts and the modern Navy SEAL Team’s dangerous and risky operations. Fort Pierce was the original location of the Navy Frogmen - also known as combat divers. The National Navy Seal Museum is the only museum that focuses on the history of the Navy SEALS and their military operations.
The weather in Fort Pierce is warm and comfortable all year round. Hot summers let water sports and relaxation take center stage while comfortable winters are ideal for hiking, tennis and golf. You’ll enjoy your visit to Fort Pierce any time of the year to soak up the surf and sun. Bring your swimwear and short sleeves in the summer, and a jacket, long pants and a sweater in the winter.
Many convenient airports serve Fort Pierce, including St. Lucie County International Airport which is just four miles away. Orlando International Airport, Melbourne International Airport and Palm Beach International Airport are all less than a two-hour drive. Commercial bus service is available to Fort Pierce, and a private or rental car will allow you the opportunity to explore the scenic surrounding areas as well.