Tallahassee is the State Capital of Florida. Tally also plays home to Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College, which means nearly 90 THOUSAND college students call Tallahassee “Home.” While often thought of as simply a college town, Tallahassee is so much more than that. Tallahassee has an abundance of museums, natural attractions, and activities guaranteed to keep any student, parent, or visitor entertained.
About: The Historic Old Capitol of Florida is open to tours, which run Saturday’s from 10:00am – 4:00pm. The Old Capitol building also doubles as a museum, featuring exhibits about the State’s political history, Constitution and even the history of the building itself.
About: The Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee boasts a beautiful 32,000 square-foot facility located at the beautiful Kleman Plaza right in the heart ofdowntown Tallahassee. The Challenger Learning Center comes equipped with a Space Mission Simulator and takes full advantage of the immersive setting of an IMAX® theatre and a domed high-definition planetarium, which creates a more holistic and entertaining educational experience.
Wakulla Springs is one of the world’s largest and deepest freshwater springs. Located within the 2,860-acre Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park. Springs cover around 3 acres and the water stays at about 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Located approximately 20 miles south of Tallahassee.
About The gardens date all the way back to 1923, when they were. A gorgeous display of floral architecture, the gardens have a gorgoeous brick walkway, as well as a secret garden, reflection pool, walled garden, and other opportunities such as fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and several trails.
About Located right near the beautiful Downtown Tallahassee setting, this is the new social center of Tallahassee. It features 12 acres of arts, entertainment, education, and history. Concerts also held at the amphitheater.