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Nature lovers can explore the scenic beauty by foot, bicycle, or horseback on nine miles of wooded trails-or drift along the river in a kayak, canoe, or boat. Trails lead to a...
Natural Bridge is the site of the second largest Civil War battle in Florida.
Visitors to this archaeological site will see Florida's tallest Native American ceremonial mound-46 feet-built between 1100 and 1800 years ago. The people who built the mound are...
The museum has over 75 cars, trucks and motorcycles. Plus other antique items inbluding sport, boat and golf memorabelia, toys, bicycles, cash registers and more.
Sunshine Growers' Market. Local seasonal produce. Enjoy fresh organically grown veggies and fruit at the Sunshine Growers' Market. Direct to you from your local small farmers....
This state history museum the second oldest fortification in Florida, displays collections of archaeology, military items, Indian artifacts and fort ruins.
Old Capital was restored to its 1902 appearance. Exhibits of Florida's political history and the history of the building and the Constitutions. Consists of 3 branches of...
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Catch largemouth bass, bream, shellcracker, and speckled perch. Visitors can enjoy nature walks, picnicking, boating, and canoeing. Nature lovers will enjoy the rolling hills and...
Home of one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world, this park plays host to an abundance of wildlife, including alligators, turtles, deer, and birds. Daily...
This historic house museum housed in 1890 home of John Gilmore Riley, the first African- American principal of Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida. The museum exhibits...
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.
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...
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.
Exhibits featuring prehistoric Florida thru the 20th century. Artifacts from 1700 ship wreck. Recreated Steam Boat. World War II exhibit.