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2220 US 19 South, Perry, FL, US, 32348

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Arts & Museums

»San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park

The San Marcos De Apalache Historic State Park is a picturesque state park site and is highly significant. The monumental site is located at Wakulla County in Florida and is designated as a Florida State Park. It provides for an array of activities such as fishing, bird watching, adventurous hiking and nature trailing and manages to enthrall the visitor. It is a fine site for picnicking and offers wildlife viewing opportunities. It also stands registered in the National Register of Historic Places. 

148 Old Fort Road
St Marks, FL 32355

»Tallahassee Antique Car Museum

One of the Southeast's finest collections of rare automobiles and unique collectibles are housed at this museum that features an impressive showroom which includes award-winning Chevy's, a one-of-a-kind Ford Roadster, a 1913 CarNation Tourer, a 1931 Duesenberg, a 1956 T-Bird, Delorean, and two original Bat Mobiles.

3550-A Mahan Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32308

»Goodwood Museum & Gardens

The Goodwood Plantation is a historic house located in Tallahassee, Florida. Previously a cotton plantation, the estate includes the two story Georgian style mansion, now used as a museum housing family artifacts of the former owners and the adjoining gardens and grounds. The museum and grounds are open for tours for the general public and can also be rented for weddings and other private events.

1600 Miccosukee Road
Tallahassee, FL 32308

»Old Hamilton County Jail

The Old Hamilton County Jail was a jail in the early days that now functions as a museum. This two-story building consists of fire resistant bricks and steel accents. The museum displays the jail as well as pictures of legal hangings that were used during the 19th Century.

501 Northeast 1st Avenue
Jasper, FL 32052

»John G. Riley House & Museum

Tallahassee, Florida is endowed with a significant historic house in the form of John Gilmore Riley Historic House. It represents the house of John Gilmore Riley who was a prominent member of the African-American community in the city. In present times, the house is referred to as the John Gilmore Riley Center/Museum of African American History and Culture. It provides engaging and knowledge-enhancing programs for kids, such as Riley's Kids Afterschool Program, Riley Inschool Heritage Lessons, Power-up Summer Camp, to name a few. It can be visited from Monday to Thursday, between 10:00a and 4:00p while the timings for Friday and Saturday are from 10:00a to 2:00p. The charges are a mere USD2 for adults and USD1 for children.

419 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301

»Foster Tanner Fine Arts Gallery

Foster Tanner Fine Arts Gallery is a haven for all fine art lovers though they also deal with visual arts and more.

1630 Pinder Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32307

»The Black Archives at the Union Bank

Nestled in the heart of Tallahassee, the beautiful building that once served as the Union Bank, has been functioning as a satellite of the Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum since 1996. Also known as The Capitol Complex Extension Branch, this educative facility is managed by Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. The Black Archives at the Union Bank takes visitors on a journey into Tallahassee's past, giving them a glimpse into the African-American history and culture.

219 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, FL 32399

»The Black Archives Research Center and Museum

The Black Archives Research Center and Museum archives the history and culture of Africans and African Americans. Located in the Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, the museum was established in 1976 and has a collection of photographs, artifacts, maps, history tapes and more that cater to the community. The museum aims to preserve, promote and disseminate the native culture and strives to chronicle its features for its posterity. You can find here information about their organizations, institutions and entities through books, documents and so on. Call ahead or visit the website to know more.

East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32307

»Lemoyne Art Foundation

Located in a building which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this art center features changing exhibits in a wide range of media by outstanding local, regional, and national artists. They also feature a beautiful sculpture garden and offer an extensive art education program.

125 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

»Meginnis-Monroe House

The Meginnis-Monroe House is the roof over the LeMoyne Art Gallery. The house was built in 1852, and is now restored to host the gallery. It is named after Jacques LeMoyne, one in a group of French travelers who arrived in Florida in 1564. The gallery exhibits the works of local artists. On display are the most beautiful sculptures, photography, pottery and paintings. Most renowned of all exhibits held here is then Art & Soul. The house also runs an art school, so for enrollment details and other information, do call ahead.

125 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301

»Florida State Capitol

The Florida State Capitol is an iconic architectural landmark that is steeped in history. Originally built in 1845, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The classical dome was added in 1902, and the building underwent several other subsequent expansions. The capitol was almost torn down to make room for a new one in the 1970s, but was saved through citizens actions. Today, on display in the capitol are well-preserved photographs, audio clips, recordings and visual exhibits on the same.

400 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399

»Knott House Museum

The Knott House Museum at the city center was built in the year 1843 and served as a residence for prominent people as well as a headquarters for Union Army during the Civil War. The house is believed to be built by free black builder George Proctor and it is on the footsteps of the house where the proclamation for freedom of slaves from Florida Panhandle was announced in 1865. Today, the house is under the administration of Museum of Florida History and houses collection of poems and belongings of the houses most beloved resident Luella Knott. Most of the poems were based on the furnishings of the house and thus, giving it the house the name 'The House That Rhymes'. Call or visit their website for information about guided tours.

301 East Park Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32301
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