Fort Walton Beach, Florida is proudly home to the Air Force Armament Museum, a free museum dedicated to historical weapons and military vehicles. Military buffs and those interested in United States military history must not miss a chance to tour this unique museum.
More than a simple aquarium, the Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park is a hands-on institution specializing in animal interactions. Guests come face to face with dolphins, manatees, seals and small sharks. Those who wish to may snorkel with stingrays.
Located in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, the Indian Temple Mound & Museum is dedicated to the history of First Nations cultures in Florida. There are three outbuildings that contain special exchibits and installations. One admission ticket covers all of the Museum's buildings.
The Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island can be considered a mall and a half-covered park in one. It has covered picnic areas and sports courts, it has snack-bars and shops, and it has playgrounds and arcade games.
Enjoy comedic dinner theater at its finest at Act4Murder in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Audience members enjoy fine food and beverages while professional actors present a hilarious murder mystery show.
Locals enjoy the historic nostalgia that Downtown Cinema Plus brings to Fort Walton Beach. The theatre offers 80's style swivel chairs, in-theater food service, inexpensive movie ticket pricing and an arcade.
Grayton Beach is a small village on the coast, with a rich history. The water is filled with fish, which makes it a popular place among fisherman. Marine wildlife can be spotted from the shore, including turtles and sting-rays.
Overlooking the water, Liza Jackson Park provides fishing and boating opportunities and includes a pier and boat ramps. The park features a paved walking path, playground equipment, rock-climbing wall, pavilions and picnic tables.