Tampa, Florida (Reuters) – Florida is the most populous state in the United States, and the state has a long history of attracting tourists from around the world.
But this year, Florida has added a new twist to its growing tourism, with some of the country’s most popular attractions added to a list of tourist attractions to be closed on January 15.
A list of more than 100 Florida state parks, hotels and resorts is now available on the website of the Florida Tourism Information Service (UFIS).
The list of closures includes many of the state’s most famous attractions including the Big Cypress, the Magic Kingdom, the World of Disney and the Orlando Magic, among others.
Some of the most popular state parks include:The Big Cypresses, Disney’s popular, 1,000-acre (620-hectare) resort in Disney’s Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, was added to the list in December.
The Disney World Resort in Orlando is on the list of closed state parks.
The Magic Kingdom in Orlando was added in January.
The Walt Disney Park in Orlando.
The world-famous Magic Kingdom is on its way out.
The theme park at Epcot in Florida was added late last year.
The Disneyland Resort in California was added on December 14.
Florida’s most iconic state park, the Big Bend National Park, was also added to an upcoming list of state parks and theme parks to be removed from public access by January 15, but it will remain open to the public.
A large part of the attraction is located on the grounds of the Everglades National Park in Florida.
Florida has about 25 million visitors annually.
It has more than 4 million visitors per day, according to the Florida Department of Tourism and Tourism Research.