From amphitheater concerts to events like Springtime Tallahassee, the Southern Shakespeare Festival and the Word of South Festival, there’s no hotter place to be.
See The Avett Brothers, Sublime with Rome, Wilco, The Beach Boys and more live at the Capital City Amphitheater.
Enjoy Tallahassee's culinary creativity and live music at Capital Cuisine Restaurant Week & Concert Series, May 14-26th.
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3 Days of Dining in Tallahassee
Tallahassee is a city with a big appetite for contact sports – football and politics. It’s home to the Florida State University Seminoles and the state legislature. And all those pols, sports figures and those who watch them have to eat. And fortunately, Tallahassee is also a place where Florida meets the South, where the harvest of the Gulf of Mexico and the rich farmlands of the Big Bend delight local palates and tempt visitors to return.Read Article
Trail Roots and the New Trailahassee Website
The Tallahassee area has deep trail roots, stemming from Paleo peoples who came to the Big Bend region 12,000 to 15,000 years ago, following paths made by mammoth, mastodon and other grazing animals.Read Article
7 Reasons to Visit Tallahassee's Newest Park
Our state’s capital has debuted its new downtown development, Cascades Park. The 24-acre oasis sits on land where the Spanish settled in 1529. The property has undergone a few changes since then.Read Article
Discover Tallahassee's Williamsburg
Tallahassee's San Luis Mission Historical Site, our version of the famous Williamsburg attraction, is the focus of the first chapter in my newest book, The Great Florida Seminole Trail: Complete Guide to Seminole Indian Historic and Cultural Sites.Read Article