Cedar Key Museum State Park, Florida
Eric: If you’ve dragged a bike with you or will rent one on Cedar Key, this is a good destination spot to pedal out to. It’s no great shakes, but you can certainly get an up close look at some cedar trees and take a walk around the marshy water front. If you pay attention to the stuff inside the museum building, you’ll get a good idea of the place's history and what it was like to live on Cedar Key back in the day.
Velma: I'd move right into the St. Clair Whitman house if I could (relocate the museum, sprinkle a few land mines around the property). It's quaint, simple--with all the comforts of home (well, the toilet's outside, but it's warm on Cedar Key) and the location is absolutely gorgeous. Inside are shell collections--all labeled, furniture and home furnishings circa 1920-1930. A simpler, slower way of life...
Despite the presence of the 20th century, Cedar Key (and Cedar Key Museum State Park, in particular) still has that feel.
Website: Cedar Key Museum State Park
Address: 12231 SW 166 Ct., Cedar Key, Florida
GPS: N 29º 09.043' - W 83º 02.892'