History & Heritage
A destination with rich historical roots woven into our core, Florida’s Capital City is home to one of the largest and oldest historically black universities in the country and an array of museums and historic sites each offering a glimpse into the lives that shaped Tallahassee.
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COOL DOWN AND MAKE A SPLASH!
A joyful jump from the diving platform into the soothing, calm, cool water of Wakulla Springs is sure to delight all ages. The waters of the deepest and largest fresh-water spring in the world remain at a brisk 72 degrees year round, offering both the chill and the thrill of summer memory making adventures. Swim through the clear spring water, enjoy a sights and sounds of the river boat tour or the cool tastes of ice cream delights from the soda fountain cafe.Read More
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Built in 1954 for the Lewis family, this is the only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed private residence in Florida. It has…3117 Okeeheepkee Road
Tallahassee FL 32303
The Challenger Learning Center is the area’s premier “edu-tainment” destination located in downtown Tallahassee. The Challenger Learning Center (CLC) features…200 South Duval Street
Bear Creek Educational Forest is a 492-acre tract of Lake Talquin State Forest Programs are FREE for any public or private…8125 Pat Thomas Parkway
Quincy FL 32351
On May 26, 1956, Florida A&M University students Wilhelmina Jakes and Carrie Patterson were arrested in Tallahassee because they refused…1601 S Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Tallahassee FL 32307