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Florida, nicknamed the Sunshine State and known for its captivating white, sandy beaches, assumed statehood in 1845.

In our historic map archives, we have many old Florida maps featuring nearly every county in the state, including Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Hillsborough, Orange, Pinellas, Duval, Lee, Polk, and Brevard.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Hialeah, Tallahassee, Port St. Lucie, Fort Lauderdale, and Cape Coral.

To browse our collection of old Florida maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a map for a specific city in Florida and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we will be happy to check our archives.
About Florida
Florida holds the honor of being the flattest state in the United States. Central Florida has also been dubbed the lightning capital of the U.S. That’s because the middle of the state has more lightning strikes than anywhere else in the country.

Florida’s name derives from the name that Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon gave the region back in 1513. He led a European expedition there and named the land ‘Pascua Florida,’ after Spain’s Easter celebration. The name translates to Feast of Flowers.

Today, Florida is home to diverse cultural influences and an economy based on tourism, agriculture, and aerospace, among other industries.

Florida’s numerous theme parks, which include but are not limited to Walt Disney World, Busch Gardens, Legoland, and Universal Studios, have earned it the moniker ‘theme park capital of the world.’

As far as agriculture, the state is mainly known for its oranges, although sugar cane and tomatoes are also top products.

And when it comes to the aerospace industry, it’s all tied to The John F. Kennedy Space Center, located on Merritt Island. The center is NASA’s research facility, and every U.S. manned space flight has been launched from that location since 1968. Fun fact - more than 1.5 million people from around the world visit the center each year.

The state’s abundant sunshine, famous sandy beaches (Miami Beach, Daytona Beach, and Clearwater Beach), and warm climate are a big draw for tourists and retirees. And Florida, with the most golf courses of any state in the nation, is an absolute dream for avid golfers. That’s why it’s probably no surprise that golf legend Tiger Woods lives in the state.

Florida’s Everglades National Park, located on the southern tip of the state and spanning 1.5 million acres, is known for its sawgrass, marshes, and mangroves. Alligators, crocodiles, peacocks, coral snakes, foxes, eagles, and Florida panthers are among the Everglades’ native species. Interestingly, the Everglades is the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles live together.

Florida is also known as the birthplace of NASCAR, which was formed in Daytona in 1948. Did you know NASCAR’s first race was on Daytona Beach? It was customary at the time to race on beaches. As for the iconic Daytona 500, the first one was in 1959 when construction on the Daytona Speedway was completed. More than 41,000 fans showed up to watch the inaugural race.

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Vintage Florida Maps
Florida, nicknamed the Sunshine State and known for its captivating white, sandy beaches, assumed statehood in 1845.

In our historic map archives, we have many old Florida maps featuring nearly every county in the state, including Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Hillsborough, Orange, Pinellas, Duval, Lee, Polk, and Brevard.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Hialeah, Tallahassee, Port St. Lucie, Fort Lauderdale, and Cape Coral.

To browse our collection of old Florida maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a map for a specific city in Florida and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we will be happy to check our archives.
About Florida
Florida holds the honor of being the flattest state in the United States. Central Florida has also been dubbed the lightning capital of the U.S. That’s because the middle of the state has more lightning strikes than anywhere else in the country.

Florida’s name derives from the name that Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon gave the region back in 1513. He led a European expedition there and named the land ‘Pascua Florida,’ after Spain’s Easter celebration. The name translates to Feast of Flowers.

Today, Florida is home to diverse cultural influences and an economy based on tourism, agriculture, and aerospace, among other industries.

Florida’s numerous theme parks, which include but are not limited to Walt Disney World, Busch Gardens, Legoland, and Universal Studios, have earned it the moniker ‘theme park capital of the world.’

As far as agriculture, the state is mainly known for its oranges, although sugar cane and tomatoes are also top products.

And when it comes to the aerospace industry, it’s all tied to The John F. Kennedy Space Center, located on Merritt Island. The center is NASA’s research facility, and every U.S. manned space flight has been launched from that location since 1968. Fun fact - more than 1.5 million people from around the world visit the center each year.

The state’s abundant sunshine, famous sandy beaches (Miami Beach, Daytona Beach, and Clearwater Beach), and warm climate are a big draw for tourists and retirees. And Florida, with the most golf courses of any state in the nation, is an absolute dream for avid golfers. That’s why it’s probably no surprise that golf legend Tiger Woods lives in the state.

Florida’s Everglades National Park, located on the southern tip of the state and spanning 1.5 million acres, is known for its sawgrass, marshes, and mangroves. Alligators, crocodiles, peacocks, coral snakes, foxes, eagles, and Florida panthers are among the Everglades’ native species. Interestingly, the Everglades is the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles live together.

Florida is also known as the birthplace of NASCAR, which was formed in Daytona in 1948. Did you know NASCAR’s first race was on Daytona Beach? It was customary at the time to race on beaches. As for the iconic Daytona 500, the first one was in 1959 when construction on the Daytona Speedway was completed. More than 41,000 fans showed up to watch the inaugural race.

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