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Verified travelerJan 19, 2020
I came to support friends in the MLL BCS tournament and I was able to book this room on a Monday at a small price. The room was ready when I paid
The capital of Florida combines the spirit of a college town with the culture of a true metropolis. Browse museums and galleries and join locals at a football game.
Tallahassee may be the capital city of Florida, but at heart it is a college town. It is home to both Florida State University and Florida A&M University and several other college branches. During football games, Tallahassee becomes a sea of garnet and gold, and roars from Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium can be heard throughout the city.
Immerse yourself in local culture at one of the city’s many museums. The Florida Historic Capitol Museum is the original capitol building of Tallahassee. Although the state government has moved to a newer building, the original Capitol Museum has been meticulously restored to preserve it for generations to come. Tour the exhibits and learn about Florida’s political and governmental history.
Admire classic cars and vehicles from television series, including Batman, at the Tallahassee Automobile and Collectibles Museum. The museum also has a diverse range of other exhibits, from rare Steinway pianos, to a doll collection, to Native American artifacts.
The Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science is an oasis tucked away in the center of the city. The Natural Habitat section is home to several native species, such as panthers and red wolves. Take an exhilarating ride through treetops and over swamps on the ropes course in the Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures section.
Pick up souvenirs and mementos of your visit to Tallahassee at Railroad Square Art Park, a group of studios and galleries.
Fly into Tallahassee Regional Airport, a 15-minute drive from downtown. Or, drive into town via one of the major highways that connect Tallahassee with other major cities, such as Georgia, located 14 miles (22.5 kilometers) north.
Tallahassee enjoys a cooler climate than the rest of Florida. Winters can dip down to freezing point, while fall and spring are fairly mild. Its beautiful weather and collegiate atmosphere make Tallahassee a fun place to visit any time of year.
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While Woodland Drives might not have many sights to explore, venturing just a little farther will lead you to top things to see and do like Governor's Square Mall and New Capitol Building.
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When you visit Governor's Square Mall, a favorite shopping spot in Tallahassee, you can search for that perfect souvenir. Amble around the area's college campus or attend a sporting event.
Enjoy the collegiate vibe around Florida A&M University, a top university in Tallahassee. You can attend a sporting event while in the area.
Florida State Capitol Building is just one of the places to see in Tallahassee, so why not enjoy the other things to explore during your travels? Amble around the area's college campus or attend a sporting event.
Catch an event at Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium during your trip to Tallahassee. Amble around the area's college campus or attend a sporting event.
You can spend time studying the exhibits at Tallahassee Museum during your trip to Tallahassee. Amble around the area's college campus or attend a sporting event.
Explore the great outdoors at Wakulla Springs State Park, a lovely green space in Wakulla Springs. Wander around the natural setting or enjoy the area's restaurants.
Using your smartphone, you'll be given nearly 150 objects to find during your scavenger hunt. You'll then wander throughout the downtown area searching for the items. Once you've found the object, you'll send a photo in to score points.
Itinerary Recommended starting location to start Zombie Scavengers. This is where you will begin your hunt to survive the zombie apocalypse. (Please start outside) Stop At: • Florida Historic Capitol Museum, 400 S Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32399-653
Itinerary Recommended starting location to start Operation City Quest. This is where you will begin your scavenger hunt. (Please start outside) Make sure your phones are fully charged. Stop At: • Florida Historic Capitol Museum, 400 S Monroe St, Tall
Verified travelerDec 22, 2019
We were just passing through.