February may have one more day this year, but that doesn’t mean paychecks are any higher this month. Fortunately in Florida, there are plenty of ways to experience the state from coast to coast without worrying about going into the red. Don’t think about an extra day as accumulating expenses—instead think of it as accumulating an extra day to enjoy the sunshine, beauty, and culture that Florida is offering.

For example, head to the panhandle where Florida Caverns State Park is just $13 for a tour. Nearby in Wakulla Springs, a boat ride on the river to see the gators and manatees—icons of Florida’s wildlife scene—will only set travelers back eight bucks.

Towards the Atlantic, tickets to St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum max out at $21.95 for the twilight tour. You can even drive a car (albeit slowly) along Daytona Beach, of International Speedway fame, for just $20 a day—because why not?

Pop into Crooked Can Brewery in Winter Garden for some refreshments unlikely to put a dent in your budget. Or hop a boat for $10 while soaking up the Greek culture of Tarpon Springs. And in Miami, the Wynwood Walls art exhibits are totally free, with cute shops and restaurants around to spend a few bucks, if desired.

We have 29 ideas for enjoying Florida under $29 here, so keep reading. An extra day means a bit of an extra expense—so why not spend it in sunny Florida where at least your dollars can go further?

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