Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Gainesville

1.Butterfly Rainforest

A visit to the Butterfly Rainforest at Florida Museum of Natural History is a must-see for anyone traveling with children, couples, or solo. This captivating attraction is located in the University of Florida Cultural Plaza.

2.Florida Museum of Natural History

The Florida Museum of Natural History is a popular stop in Gainesville.It is a sprawling, huge complex that houses everything, from living dinosaur bones to butterfly rainforests. 

3.Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park

Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park, located just outside Gainesville, is an unusual geological and historical site. The bowl-shaped sinkhole is surrounded by a deserted and sandy landscape. 

4.Sweetwater Wetlands Park

Florida has many parks and reserves, but Sweetwater Wetlands Park is unique because it’s a wetland that contains plants and animals you won’t find anywhere else. 

5.Kika Silva Pla Planetarium

The Santa Fe College Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, a domed theater with a 34-foot diameter in Gainesville (Florida), is 34 feet in diameter. The planetarium can seat 60 people and has two projection systems. 

6.Downtown Gainesville

The Matheson History museum is located in downtown Gainesville. It preserves and promotes the history of Gainesville County. The museum’s highlights include a large collection of thousands historical Florida postcards, illustrated gazettes and photographs. 

7.Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art

Gainesville’s Samuel P.Harn Museum of Art is a great place for culture and art lovers. It’s another of the top-rated attractions located in the University of Florida’s Cultural Plaza.