My son loves bats and we did FaceTime with him. Huge next on top and although we didn't see any bats at the time we went it was worth the stop to see a structure you normally don't see. Only a minute from the beaten...更多
Yes, ok you probably need to see it and it is an interesting structure. But if I didn't know the history of it from my tour guide, I wouldn't have had a clue as to the significance or anything about it. The tower was built...更多
It was many and many a year ago [in a kingdom by the sea…] there lived a man on Lower Sugarloaf Key who decided he wanted to build a fishing retreat for people (sounds good in theory, right?). He, indeed, built it. But, when the...更多
After reading the story behind that bat tower in our Lonely Planet we went to check it out.
Well, as expected there is a bat tower. It's in bad shape and there is no additional information to be found. They could at least make a...更多
There is not much to see here, except for the empty bat tower. It was built for mosquito control of the Lowere Keys - the thought being that the bats would eat the mosquitoes. But when the bats were imported and put in the tower,...更多
Oddball attractions are often the most interesting, and this is a perfect example. Read up on this place before you go, as there are no signs, historical markers, or any other information. If you go without reading up on it, you will still be fascinated...更多