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Open-air 34-Passenger Trolley - We have three 34-passenger, non-diesel vintage trolleys that are perfect for weddings, special events and group transportation.
Serving Sarasota and Manatee Counties
Sarasota, FL 34236

Our beautiful vintage-inspired non-diesel trolleys will make the trip to your destination part of the main event! First-class transportation for weddings, special...

The Ca' d'Zan at The Ringling. - The Ringling's dazzling 56-room mansion on Sarasota Bay.
5401 Bay Shore Rd
Sarasota, FL 34243

The Ringling, the State Art Museum of Florida, is home to one of the preeminent art and cultural collections in the United...

Casual Waterfront Dining on our Patio
509 North Tamiami Trail
Venice, FL 34285

Casual Waterfront Dining & Authentic Florida Charm at Venice's historic Fisherman's Wharf Marina. Fresh seafood & sunset at this local gem owned...

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1008 Ben Franklin Dr.
Sarasota, FL 34236-2298
Spacious studio and suite accommodations in a tropical beachside setting. Full kitchenettes and microwave in all units. Outdoor pool, BBQ grills and...
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220 Sands Point Road
Longboat Key, FL 34228-4010

Luxury four-diamond beachfront resort. 223 luxury suite accommodations, eight restaurants and lounges, 45-holes of championship golf, award winning Tennis Gardens, 291 deep-water slip marina, spa...

The MAGIC - This is a replica of a boat built on our site by Frank Guptill in 1901. Actually it was an older sailboat that he de-masted and installed what is probably the first engine in a power boat in Sarasota and the Webb's named her Magic. The Magic was destroyed in the hurricane of 1921. In 2006 volunteers rebuilt her based upon photos, and we take people out almost every day.
337 N. Tamiami Trl.
Osprey, FL 34229

Discover Sarasota's premier archaeological site and history museum featuring prehistoric mounds, pioneer homesteads, nature trails, boat tours and Bertha Honore Palmer's gardens....

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