Booking a Hotel in Stuart, FL
Stuart, located along Florida’s Treasure Coast, is known as one of the best small town’s to visit in part because of its prime location near the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon.
Explore this scenic area at the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, an educational and research site on Hutchinson Island situated between the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean. At the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center visitors can enjoy nature trails that wind through coastal hardwood hammocks and mangrove swamp communities and several saltwater tanks including Sea Star Touch Tank Pavilion and Rays on the Reef Ray Pavilion.
Discover Stuart’s past at the House of Refuge at Gilbert's Bar, the oldest building in the county that was once a haven for shipwrecked sailors and travelers along the sparsely populated Atlantic coastline of Florida. The building has been renovated to its 1904 condition and now houses a museum that showcases traditional lifesaving equipment and the Keeper’s living quarters.
- Aquatic N Exotic
- Bathtub Reef Beach
- Elliott Museum
- Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center
- Geoffrey C. Smith Galleries
- Halpatiokee Regional Park
- House of Refuge at Gilbert's Bar
- Kiplinger Nature Preserve
- Locked In Stuart
- Lyric Theatre
- Phipps Park
- Road To Victory Military Museum
- Shepard Park
- Stuart Beach
- Stuart Heritage Museum
- The Barn Theatre
- Tropical Ranch Botanical Garden
- Martin Health System
- Palm Beach International Airport
- US Army National Guard Armory
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