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Top Fort Myers Attractions


Fort Myers is packed with incredible attractions. From beautiful beaches to historic estates and everything in between, you’ll never be bored in this sunny Gulf Coast city.

Fort Myers Beach

Soak up the sun at beautiful Fort Myers Beach. With seven miles of sparkling sand and turquoise waters, it’s paradise. You can suntan, swim, kayak and parasail to your heart’s content. And don’t forget to stick around for a picture-perfect sunset!

Fort Myers Beach Pier at dusk

Fort Myers Beach Pier

No list of the best attractions in Fort Myers would be complete without Fort Myers Beach Pier! This wooden walkway is arguably the most iconic landmark in town. As for what to do there, it’s a fantastic spot to do a little fishing, watch the sunset or simply enjoy the ocean breeze.

Times Square Fort Myers Beach

Times Square

Head to Times Square for shopping and dining options galore! Shop for trendy beach outfits at The Pier Peddler, enjoy local seafood dishes at Pete’s Time Out or sip on fruity drinks at Mango Ritas.

Edison and Fort Winter Estates Fort Myers Attractions

Edison and Ford Winter Estates

Once upon a time, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, two of the most influential U.S. entrepreneurs, owned the Edison and Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers, Florida. Today, you can take a peek into their intriguing minds with a visit to their winter homes. Wander through the stunning gardens, pop into the historic houses and gape in awe at the restored laboratory.

Mound House & Calusa Indian Shell Mound

As its name implies, there are two parts to the Mound House & Calusa Indian Shell Mound. First, there’s the Calusa Indian Shell Mound. For hundreds of years, the Calusa Native American Tribe lived on Florida’s southwest coast. To survive, these Native American people used shells for just about everything from tools to jewelry to weapons. And once those shells no longer served their purpose, they were tossed into a massive pile, which is now known as the Calusa Indian Shell Mound.

The Mound House is the oldest standing structure on Estero Island, and it’s built directly on top of the Calusa Indian Shell Mound. Today, this 1921 home now serves as a museum focused on the Calusa Tribe, showcasing artifacts and interactive exhibits.

Hertz Arena

The Hertz Arena is the biggest, most popular venue in the Fort Myers area. This arena hosts everything from concerts to sports games to comedy shows. Everyone from Pitbull to Luke Bryan to Adam Sandler has performed at this venue. But seats fill up quickly at the Hertz Arena, so be sure to reserve your tickets far in advance!

Hammond Stadium

Calling all baseball fans! Don’t miss out on a visit to Hammond Stadium. Every year when the weather gets too cold up north, many MLB teams head down to warmer weather to practice. That’s the case for the Minnesota Twins, who practice at Hammond Stadium, right here in Fort Myers. Snag some tickets to a Minnesota Twins spring training game to see these impressive athletes in action.