Explore the largest brick masonry structure in the Western Hemisphere, a 19th century coastal fortress.
Visit the westernmost island of the park, home to a historic lighthouse and a marine research station.
Camp on the island where Fort Jefferson is located, and enjoy the stunning views of the ocean and the stars
Observe the nesting grounds of thousands of seabirds, such as sooty terns and brown noddies
See the ruins of a quarantine station and a coaling dock, and learn about the history of the park
Learn about the role of this small island as a yellow fever hospital during the Spanish-American War.
Find out why this island disappeared and reappeared several times due to hurricanes.
Snorkel or dive in the clear waters around this island, and discover the diverse marine life and coral reefs.
Dive into the past and explore the many shipwrecks that lie beneath the surface of the park, such as the Windjammer and the Avanti.
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