Florida Historic Capitol Museum

In a historic government building, there is a museum containing political relics, images, and hands-on exhibitions.

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

This wildlife sanctuary provides hiking and fishing while housing migrating birds and a former lighthouse.

Tallahassee Automobile Museum

An extensive collection of automobiles may be seen at the Tallahassee Automobile Museum. It includes more than 170 uncommon cars, including a 1931 Duesenberg.

Museum of Florida History

The Museum gathers, protects, shows, and explains evidence of Florida's past and contemporary cultures while fostering understanding and respect for this legacy.

Cascades Park

 A well-liked urban park with walking paths, amphitheatres, playgrounds, and water features is called Cascades Park.

Florida State University

One of Tallahassee's best public universities. Both academically and in terms of athletics, the campus plays a significant role in the local culture.

Knott House Museum

This historic residence, which was first constructed in 1843, is now a museum. The residence functioned as a temporary Union HQ.

Railroad Square Art District

Railroad Square is most known for its vibrant and well-attended First Friday Monthly Festival, which is comprised of small working artist studios, and art galleries.

Tallahassee Museum

Visitors of all ages love the Museum's living displays of native Florida animals, nature trails, and native gardens, which make it one of Florida's best museums.

Mission San Luis de Apalachee

From 1656 through 1704, Mission San Luis served as the regional centre of Spanish Florida. More over 1,500 Apalachees lived at Mission San Luis.