A fusion of cosmopolitan flair and charming personality defines the spirit of Tallahassee, Florida’s Capital City—where it all comes together for visitors. From world class nature-based experiences and rich history and heritage sites, to art and film festivals and unique shopping and dining, visitors are sure to find just what they are looking for in a vacation destination.
Things To Do
The Tallahassee area touts a menagerie of sights including one of the world’s deepest freshwater springs, a wildlife habitat, Capitol buildings, fascinating museums of history, sprawling plantations, highly acclaimed fishing and hunting adventures, nearby beaches and more.
From fast food to five-star, Tallahassee serves up an excellent selection of tantalizing restaurants. Tickling the taste buds are specialties ranging from homemade country sausage and melt-in-your-mouth steaks to wild game and succulent seafood fresh from the Gulf.
Places to Stay
With over 6,000 rooms in more than 58 hotels and motels, Tallahassee offers a blend of Southern-style inns, rustic campsites, family-owned economy lodges and impressive corporate hotels.
From charming bed and breakfasts to nearby beachfront homes, there are a variety of accommodation options in Tallahassee and the surrounding areas. Our accommodations suit every occasion, whether it’s for a romantic getaway, a fun-filled family vacation or a business meeting. Whether you will be having an extended stay or a short get-away, Tallahassee can fit every need and budget.
- Mission San Luis
- Tallahassee Museum
- Historic Capitol and New Capitol
- Museum of Florida History
- Mary Brogan Museum of Art and History
- Challenger Center
- Wakulla Springs
- FSU Flying High Circus
- Tallahassee Automobile Museum
- Bradleys 1927 Country Store and Canopy Roads
- Goodwood Museum and Gardens
- Governors Mansion
- John G. Riley Center of African History and Culture