White Springs Historic District and Springhouse

<p>In White Springs, a town situated just across the Suwannee River from Columbia County, visitors can see a piece of Florida history. Roughly a 10-minute drive east of I-75, the&nbsp;White Sulphur Springs Springhouse&nbsp;was one of Florida&rsquo;s original tourist destinations, popular at the turn of the 20th century. Based on a belief that the spring water had healing qualities&mdash; a legend that dates back to native tribes that inhabited the area before the arrival of Spanish explorers in the 16th century&mdash;many travelers came here hoping to cure their ailments. The Springhouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. While visiting the springhouse, take a stroll down the shaded&nbsp;sidewalks through the historic town of White Springs. Visit local shops and grab a bite to eat, while taking in the quaint charms of this historic town.&nbsp;</p>
Lillian Saunders Drive,
White Springs, FL, 32096,