Fort Pierce Vacation - Deals & Packages!Fort Pierce is a city in and the county seat of St. Lucie County, Florida, United States. It is also known as the ‘Sunrise City’ because it is scenically located as a stretch of land from St. Lucie Inlet to Sebastian Inlet along Florida's Atlantic coast. It is home to some picture-perfect natural and man-made reefs and the Indian River Lagoon Estuary, the latter accounting for the presence of over 4000 flora and fauna species. Fort Pierce’s top draw is its waterfront downtown area, which is a delicate balance of traditional Floridian charm and a vibrant nightlife. Your Fort Pierce vacations would also comprise of shopping, dining, fishing and entertainment facilities as well. Want to avoid last minute rush and inflated prices? You should opt for Fort Pierce vacation packages that offer a great new way to save big and to enjoy your vacation to the max! The best time to visit Fort Pierce is the summer season from June to August. It is hot, humid and sunny at 87-90 deg F. Places of Interest in Fort Pierce National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum (or the Navy SEAL Museum) The UDT-SEAL is an acronym for Underwater Demolition Teams and Sea, Air and Land. It is the name of one of the world’s most decorated and famous commando forces. The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum near Fort Pierce is the world’s only museum dedicated to the navy SEALS. It is home to a wide range of jaw-dropping exhibits related to this commando force and centrally admired for the UDT-SEAL Memorial, which is the only memorial dedicated to the United States Navy SEALs and their predecessors. AE Backus Museum & Gallery The AE Backus Museum & Gallery in Fort Pierce is home to the world’s largest collection of paintings made by AE Backus (1906-90), a famous Floridian artist. He is best known for his series of backwoods paintings and landscapes paintings that depict Floridian landscapes. You would also find several artworks by other noted artists too and most of them are up for sale. Heathcote Botanical Gardens The Heathcote Botanical Gardens in Fort Pierce are home to a stunning combination of native and exotic flora from around the world. It is deliberately located between a warm-temperate zone and a subtropical zone in Fort Pierce. The garden consists of a several sections including a Japanese garden, the Herb Garden, Rainforest Display, Native Plants Garden and a Palm and Cycad Walk. Some star attractions here include a 25-year-old bougainvillea and the country’s largest public collection of tropical Bonsai trees. St. Lucie County Aquarium St. Lucie County Aquarium is a 5000 square foot facility featuring a wide range of marine ecosystems spread across six aquarium displays and touch tanks. These aquariums relate to six different Florida marine habitats. The largest aquarium here depicts a Caribbean coral reef, and is supplemented by living models of sea grass, mangrove and estuarine habitats besides a deepwater Oculina coral reef.