The best time to visit Tallahassee is in the spring, to avoid Florida’s summer heat and humidity.
Florida’s state capital is a small city, with a population just under 200,000 residents.
Other than visiting the stunning architecture of the capitol complex, Tallahassee is full of fun activities for everyone to enjoy.
The Alfred B. Maclay Gardens are great for a day in the park while St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge is excellent for seeing some amazing animals (more than just Florida’s famous alligators). Visit the Mission San Luis Apache historical monument, or spend a day at the Tallahassee Automobile and Collectibles Museum -- perfect for the antique car lover. Tallahassee is home to several universities, including Florida State University and Florida A&M University. If you’re a fan of college football, be sure to stop by the stadiums and catch a game. Florida State consistently has one of the top teams in the country so the games are major events.
Locals in Tallahassee include college students and young professionals, as well as many families. They tend to be welcoming and polite.
Top events in Tallahassee include the annual tomato festival, watermelon festival, and Tallahassee's regular Downtown Market.
Head to the Bradfordville Blues Club, which is a historic blues venue, or dance the night away at Bullwinkle’s. The best bars and clubs are in Downtown.
You can find everything from top American cuisine through to international restaurants in Tallahassee. Head Downtown for some of the city’s best brunch places.
The Tallahassee Museum is a great place to start, featuring over 50 acres of trails, live plant and animal exhibits, outdoor adventure, and historic artifacts detailing the state and city’s history. To learn more about Tallahassee history, head to the Florida Historic Capitol Museum or the Museum of Florida History.
Take the kids to Tree-to-Tree Adventure, for a day of climbing, ziplining, and racing on adventure courses. Other top family activities include kayaking down the Wakulla River, going on a jungle cruise at Wakulla Springs, and exploring the Tallahassee Museum.
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