2715 Crossroads Pkwy.
Fort Pierce, FL 34945
Phone: (772) 595-6080
Fax: (772) 595-6070
One of the four such structures found in Florida, St Lucie County Hurricane House serves a key purpose for the weather department. The house provides important information associated with wind resistance and how to curb damage caused by destructive windstorms.
Hallstrom Planetarium is an engaging planetarium equipped with advanced projectors and other tools that narrate facts about the stars and planets. A cutting-edge Spitz star projector will replicate the sky with the moon, planets and sun as they appear amidst the glistening stars on the domed roof.
Located on 25th Street, Dreamland Park is an open green space available for recreational purposes. The park also has a playground for kids.
Elks Park is an outdoor park located on Delaware Avenue. The park amenities include a baseball field, picnic units, restrooms and softball field.
Al's Family Farms is a family-owned farm located on North Kings Highway. Serving for over three decades, it is has a reputation for providing farm-fresh produce of citrus varieties of fruit.
The Heathcote Botanical Gardens are subtropical themed gardens that are popular for its bonsai collection that comprises almost 100 varieties. You can also hire this beautiful space for your wedding or a private event. Check website for details.
This park was the former site of Fort Pierce that was raised by the American Army. The main aim behind building this fort was to provide a secured supply depot to support the army during the Second Seminole War. It was named in the honor of Benjamin Pierce (first commander of the fort). The fort was burned down later and currently a state park.
Sunrise Theatre is an ancient theater featuring Mediterranean Revival architectural style. The theater became a popular cultural hub of Fort Pierce in the early years of the 20th Century and still remains a popular historic attraction.
Fort Pierce Branch Library is centrally located in the bustling downtown district. Visitors and locals enjoy the scenic waterfront even as they pick their favorite titles in a historic Mediterranean building.
New York Mets fans flock from all over the state to see their team shape up for the next season. Get a picture, and autograph or catch a pop fly from the intimate seating at this 7347 capacity stadium. During baseball season, you can catch the St. Lucie Mets take on other minor league teams. Order tickets by phone or via their website.
St. Lucie County Aquarium is enjoyed by children and adults alike. Located on Seaway Drive, the aquarium gives an insight in the diverse and beautiful ecosystem, and the underwater nature of the Indian River Lagoon and Atlantic Ocean.
Experience the abundance of coastal waters at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park on Shorewinds Drive. Visitors can indulge in plethora of recreational activities like scuba diving, swimming, surfing, fishing, bicycling and hiking along with exploring the wildlife via walking trails. Marsh Rabbit Run Trail is located in close proximity to the park from where scintillating views of the Indian Ocean can be enjoyed.