Seminole Rest Virtual Tour
On Saturday, December 4th, 2021, I decided to drive up to the Seminole Rest Historic Site in the Canaveral National Seashore to take some photos and to create a 360-degree self-guided virtual tour of the historic site. The park is known for its prehistoric shell mounds that range from 2,000 B.C to roughly 1,500 A.D. which are from the Timucuan Indians, not necessarily from the Seminole Tribe which might have used the area in more recent times. The site is named Seminole Rest when Wesley Snyder and his wife purchased the property for $2,000 in 1911.
Below you can view the thirty (30) 360-degree panoramic images I captured around the park.
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Equipment used to capture the 360-degree panoramic images:
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About the Historic Site
Seminole Rest consists of several prehistoric shell mounds dating from 2,000 BC to 1565 AD. Snyder’s Mound, the largest mound at this site, is unique because few structures this large remain intact today. Two turn of the century buildings occupy the mounds and have aided in their preservation.