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Let Florida's capital city welcome you to the Sunshine State. With deep-rooted history and culture, Tallahassee offers unparalleled natural adventure paired with an upbeat vitality. Located in the Florida Panhandle, Tallahassee’s rolling hills, remarkable antebellum architecture, oak-canopied roads, and plantation homes add to the old-world charm and genuine Southern hospitality of this diverse city.
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Tallahassee offers an eclectic mix of things to do, from touring Florida state legislature to hitting the campus of Florida State University. Filled with museums, parks, art galleries, a natural-habitat zoo, and multiple colleges and universities, a stroll through the 10-block historic district that preserves Tallahassee’s landscapes and beyond.
Steeped in collegiate sports, Tallahassee is home to the Florida State Seminoles, so make sure to wear your maroon and gold while passing through. Head to Doak Campbell Stadium, the base field of the Florida State Seminoles football team of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) to watch the Seminoles score a touchdown. Head to a local sports bar to cheer them on, as Tally is lined with happening places to enjoy a game indoors.
For those hoping to explore some of Florida’s legislature, tour the Florida Governor's Mansion and Florida State Capitol. Towering over Tallahassee's downtown, the New Capitol Building is adjacent to the more classic Old Capitol. A gallery sits atop the 22-story building complete with panoramic views of the tree-lined streets.
Blessed with topography unlike any other in Florida, Tallahassee offers a chance to explore Florida’s ecosystem and participate in many outdoor recreational activities. Spend an afternoon in Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park, or hike, bike, and paddle around at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park. Play a round at Southwood Golf Club, one of Florida’s best golf courses. Visit San Marcos de Apalache Park & Museum, Fort Gadsden Historic State Park, the Museum of Florida History, and Lake Jackson Mounds Archeological State Park for even more things to do outside.