Dunlawton Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens, 1 mi. w. of US 1 off Herbert St. at 950 Old Sugar Mill Rd., encompasses 12 acres of landscaped grounds surrounding the restored ruins of an 1832 sugar mill burned during the Second Seminole War. A life-size statue of a prehistoric ground sloth and four dinosaur statues are along the garden trails. Housed in an 1850s building, The Gardeners Library contains over 200 books about plants. Guided tours of the gardens are available by appointment.