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The fine arts museum displays collections of works by well known artists as well as local and regional works.
Come and enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables all brough in from the surrounding area farms. The market is held Wednesday through Saturday in April through September.
More than eight centuries ago, Native Americans inhabited the area around Lake Jackson. The park site was part of what is now known as the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex. Today,...
Enjoy fresh Florida produce found in a great outdoor environment. The Tallahassee Farmers Market offers fruits and vegetables straight from the area farms. The market is held...
These beautiful ornamental gardens were first planted in 1923 by Alfred B. and Louise Maclay. A masterpiece of floral architecture, the gardens feature a picturesque brick...
Offering both conventional and organic local fruits and vegetables this farmers market is very popular with the locals. In addition to the produce fresh from area farms, the...
The museum displays the Victor and Mary Carter Collection of Peruvian Art, European Art, Asian Art and contemporary art, glass, graphics, photography, and the Mary Lewis American...
Come and enjoy the best of what Florida has to offer. With local, fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, plants, live music, and more it's something fun the whole family can come...
The museum displays exhibits on visual arts and many hands-on science exhibits.
Built in 1843, probably by free black builder George Proctor, the Knott House was first occupied by attorney Thomas Hagner and his wife Catherine Gamble. The house served as...
This art center housed in the 1852 wooden structure used as a hospital during the Civil War and displays collections of contemporary art and a sculpture garden.
Exhibits featuring prehistoric Florida thru the 20th century. Artifacts from 1700 ship wreck. Recreated Steam Boat. World War II exhibit.