for them. The interactive displays help them learn about different scientific methods and concepts, and they can participate in experiments each week based around a new theme. Kids who love history may enjoy the Air Force Armament Museum too. Nearly 30 different vehicles are on display outside, but you'll find even more planes and artifacts inside. There is also the Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park, which combines a water park with an aquarium. You can watch live animal shows and view animals in their habitats as well as check out attractions and rides.
Whether you leave the kids at home or with a sitter in your Fort Walton Beach timeshare, you can find several things to do for the adults in your group. Indian Temple and Mound Museum offers an interesting look at the Native Americans who lived in this region of Florida through more than 1,000 artifacts. At the Heritage Park and Cultural Center, you'll find several historic buildings that are open to the public, including an old post office and several buildings that date back to the Civil War. Fort Walton Beach visitors can also enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling and relaxing on the beach before heading to a restaurant or nightclub. Those clubs and restaurants are close to areas where you can buy a Fort Walton Beach timeshare that meets all your needs.
Best Times to Visit
The rainy season in Florida runs from June to August, but most of the rain falls in the late afternoon. The best time to visit your Fort Walton Beach timeshare and avoid the crowds is in October. Though temperatures range from the 60s through the high 70s, the city only gets an average of three days of rain during that month. Temperatures begin climbing into the 80s in May and can reach the low 90s in June and later in the year.