10775 W. Emerald Coast Pkwy., Destin, FL, US, 32550

  • Phone: (850) 654-7022
  • Fax: (850) 654-7032

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Sleep Inn is getting even better. This hotel, as part of a nationwide refresh of the Sleep Inn brand, has incorporated stylish design features and amenities to create a unique atmosphere that will help you have a restful stay. Experience 'better' for yourself at this Sleep Inn hotel.

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Destin History and Fishing Museum

    Fishing is a huge part of the history and culture of the coastal town of Destin, and curious visitors can learn all about it at the Destin History and Fishing Museum. The museum includes a huge display illustrating the fish species who inhabit the Gulf of Mexico, antique fishing equipment and the oldest seine fishing boat still in existence. There is also an old Post Office building that's worth exploring.

    108 Stahlman Avenue
    Destin, FL 32541

    »Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida

    Operated by the Heritage Museum Association, Inc., the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida was established "to collect and preserve material culture pertaining to the region's history." Permanent exhibits include crosscut saws, turpentine collection cups, a porcelain pitcher, lumber mill tokens, flint spear points, depot artifacts, a black iron wash pot, old school desks, and a full wall mural, created by Cynthia Fisher and Kristen Rybka. Programs are offered and a research library is maintained.

    115 Westview Avenue
    Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32580

    »Air Force Armament Museum

    Get to know how the military force in Florida works by touring the Air Force Armament Museum. On display are aircrafts, missiles and other fire equipment that have been used to fight successful military wars. To know more, check the website.

    100 Museum Drive
    Valparaiso, FL 32542

    »Indian Temple Mound and Museum

    Indian Temple Mound and Museum caters to the ancient mound that was discovered here and the various excavation findings. The mound structure at the site can be traced back to 1200 A.D and was inhibited by the native American Indian tribes. Many artifacts, remains and relics have been found here that belong to the village of Mississippians and the many tribes that lived in the area. The museum has a collection of these artifacts which is known to be the largest in the country. The collection depicts a lot about the contemporary culture and lifestyle of the people. Call ahead for more details.

    139 Miracle Strip Parkway South East
    Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
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