Itineraries & Walking tours
BIG BEND SCENIC BYWAY - ALONG THE COAST TO THE OYSTER CAPITAL OF FLORIDA
Begin your trip to the coast head-ing south on U.S. Highway 61 (Adams Street) to join the Big Bend Scenic Byway. USA TODAY named the Big Bend Scenic Byway one of the best scenic drives in America, between Tallahassee and Apalachicola.
FRUGAL FAMILY FUN - 15 ACTIVITIES FREE OR UNDER $10
With 15 things to see and do in and around the Tallahassee area for $10 or less, Florida’s Capital City offers a vacation full of big memories at a small cost! From stargazing at the Challenger Learning Center Planetarium to standing guard at a reconstructed 1600’s Spanish fort at Mission San Luis, Tallahassee offers historic and adventurous recreation from travelers of all ages and levels of exploration.
HISTORIC THOMASVILLE, GA - CITY OF ROSES FOR SHOPPING & DINING
Thomasville is known as the city of roses. It?s located only 35 miles away from Tallahassee. Spend a couple hours or spend a day.
AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE LANDMARKS AND LEGACIES
African Americans have played a key role in shaping modern day history and culture in Florida?s Capital City. The contributions and achievements are obvious today and some are not so obvious but are nonetheless tremendously significant.
QUIRKY & QUINTESSENTIAL - FUNKY AND TRIED & TRUE TALLAHASSEE
Enjoy some truly unique attractions in Florida?s Capital City, some funky, some tried-and-true, and some not found anywhere else on the planet.
VIVA FLORIDA - 500TH ANNIVERSARY OF FLORIDA 1513 - 2013
Florida has the longest recorded history of any state in America. The Tallahassee region played a very important role in the Spanish exploration, arrival and settlement of the new world in the 1500s.
WHERE THE WILD THINGS GO - MANATEES, PANTHERS & BEARS? OH MY!
Manatees, Panthers and Bears? oh my! And these are just a few of the indigenous creatures you can see up-close and personal in the Tallahassee area.
WORLD OF WOW! - SCIENCE & DISCOVERY
Florida’s capital region provides many opportunities for hands-on activities and out-of-this-world experiences. From Native Americans and Spanish Conquistadors, to scientists and astronauts, the Tallahassee area has long been a place for exploration and discovery.