Good things happen when you combine Florida sunshine, outdoor adventure and a college-town vibe.
Though Tallahassee, Florida, is the capital city of the Sunshine State, it’s still a college town to its core, home to the vibrant campuses of Florida State University and Florida A&M University. The city also boasts picturesque historic districts filled with stately live oaks and plenty of noteworthy museums. And the city’s nearly 700 miles of trails offer ample opportunities to hike and bike.
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Explore Tallahassee

  • All Saints
  • College Town
  • Downtown Tallahassee

All Saints


All Saints and its Railroad Square Art Park serve as a creative haven for local artists and small businesses. This small, hip district boasts more than 70 studios, galleries and shops.

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Arts, Restaurants , Shopping

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College Town


Once an industrial district, the College Town neighborhood now offers hip bars, restaurants and shops while playing host to students attending Florida State University, Florida A&M University and Tallahassee Community College.

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Universities , Restaurants , Bars

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Downtown Tallahassee


The city center — encompassing Governor’s Walk, Capitol Hill, Cascades Park and more — is packed with fine dining, cultural museums and memorable historic sites.

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Restaurants , Museums, Historic Sites

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Stay in the Center of it All

Immerse yourself in your destination at these centrally located hotels.

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Plan a Sun-Filled Long Weekend in Tallahassee, Florida

Park at sunset

Explore Cultural Sites and College Campuses

After a hearty breakfast, immerse yourself in Florida history at the Grove Museum, before visiting the nearby Florida Governor’s Mansion, Old City Cemetery and LeMoyne Arts. Explore the city’s two major college campuses before dining in Cascade Park.

Small lake surrounded by lush greenery

Enjoy Historic Landmarks and Local Fare

Start your day at the downtown farmers market followed by a trip to the Lewis Spring House, designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright. Next, experience the Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park before embarking on a kayak adventure at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park.

A dish of cr�me brul�e

Peruse a Flea Market

Indulge in a Southern brunch before taking in the natural wonders of the Tallahassee Museum. Afternoon calls for a visit to the local flea market before enjoying the nearby St. Marks River Preserve State Park. Fried oysters and Meyer lemon crème brûlée at Lucilla are the perfect way to polish off a memorable trip.

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