This was Florida's first magic kingdom for the rich and famous since 1891. This museum shares an intimate view into the grand life style that many famous guests enjoyed. As you walk through the different rooms, you are exposed to their decadent lifestyle. Since they did not have
iPhones, they busied themselves with tiddlywinks, horseshoes, dominoes & croquet. The Moorish
architecture and metal minarets can be seen as you exit the parkway. We went for the Sunday 2:00PM live performance of "Polly" the Telegraph Operator explaining her life and work at the hotel. The intimate and private performance further bought the hotel to life.
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