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Park
“So much to do for everyone! For kids there is a park and a fountain sprinkler that has a light show. There are trails and plenty of spaces for to play outdoor sports, read a book, or have a picnic. Awesome park. ”
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Park
“Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, at 3540 Thomasville Rd., .5 mi. n. of I-10 exit 203 on US 319, consists of more than 1,100 acres, including 28 acres of ornamental gardens that are the focal point of the park. New York businessman Alfred B. Maclay and his wife, Louise, began the gardens in 1923. Colorful azaleas, camellias and Oriental magnolias as well as many native plants bloom January through April. The Maclay House has restored living and dining rooms and serves as a center for information about the Maclays, camellias and the gardens. Nearly 8 miles of hiking, biking and horse trails run through the park, which also features a picturesque picnic/recreation area with covered shelters, a swimming area, a paddleboat launch, rental kayak and a playground. Audio tours of the gardens are available. Recreational activities are permitted. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum. Admission: Park $6 (per private vehicle with two to eight people); $4 (per single-occupancy vehicle); $2 (per person arriving by bicycle or on foot). Garden admission (including house) Jan.-Apr. $6; $3 (ages 2-12); free rest of year with paid park admission.”
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Museum
“Tallahassee Museum, 6.5 mi. s.w. on Lake Bradford at 3945 Museum Dr., depicts north Florida's natural and human history. A nature trail winds through 52 acres of scenic lakeshore woodlands, which are home to Florida panthers, red wolves, otters, deer and bears. Also on the grounds are a restored 1880s farm complex; Bellevue Plantation, the antebellum home of the great-grandniece of George Washington; a one-room schoolhouse; a church and a caboose. The museum's Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures features an adventure course and ziplines. Visitors move among the trees with tightropes, crab walks, jungle bridges, nets and ziplines; a children's course, an intermediate course and a 2-hour course for the truly adventurous are offered. Note: Closed, secured athletic footwear is required for the ziplines and adventure course. Time: Allow 2 hours minimum. $10.50; $10 (ages 65+ and college students with ID); $7.50 (ages 4-15). Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures $15-$45.”
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Brewery
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“Great appetizers and go to for game day viewing and locally crafted beers. Kid friendly and dogs welcome here too! ”
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Capitol Building
“Florida State Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St., is a 22-story tower with House and Senate chambers on either side, both with public viewing galleries. There is an observation deck on the top floor and a Florida information center just inside the west plaza entrance. Florida's legislature is in session from March through April. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum. Admission: Free”
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Park
“Everyday but ESPECIALLY the first Friday of each month an array of vendors, art show cases, and beer sampling are available at the district. Less than one mile away from The Balancing Place you can shop vintage, buy paintings, or grab some beer from the local brewery. ”
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Nieuw Amerikaans restaurant
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“Locally sourced farm-to-table restaurant. Unique dishes & one of our favorites!”
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College Football Field
“It takes 22 minutes to get to the stadium on non- gamedays without traffic. Gameday: plan for traffic and give yourself plenty of time, it should take less than 30 minutes, but it depends on how close to game time​ you're at. Gaines street is always busy- I would avoid it going and coming. We tend to take apalachee, right on Monroe, Left on W. Pensacola to the stadium. On the way back, St. Augustine St runs parallel to Gaines​ but is much faster. ”
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University
“FSU, designated a preeminent university in the state of Florida, is one of the most respected research and learning institutions in the country.”
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Food Court
“Enjoy local fashion shopping with corner retailers such as Macy’s, Sears, JC Penny’s, and Dillards ”
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History Museum
“Museum of Florida History, in the R.A. Gray Building at 500 S. Bronough St., has exhibits depicting Florida's vibrant history. Visitors can view a variety of artifacts, including a mastodon skeleton and a giant armadillo mannequin from the Pleistocene era, gold and silver from Spanish shipwrecks, flags flown during the Civil War, a partial replica of a Florida steamboat, memorabilia reflecting Florida's role in World War II and various artifacts from the changing gallery. Touring exhibits and educational programs also are featured. Food is available. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum. Admission: Donations ”
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Natural Feature
“A beautiful little park and walking trail surrounding Lake Ella is complete with small local shops and the occasional food truck nights (usually Thursdays) and live music. Be sure to bring some food to feed the ducks! These ducks grow up around a lot of dogs, as the trail is popular with dog walkers, so they will wag their tails when you approach with food just like a pup!”
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Bar
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“Really great cocktails and an awesome bar menu. Lots of locally sourced ingredients. Fun atmosphere! And close!”
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Movie Theater
“Good theatre, we typically travel to this one over the one by Governors​ Square Mall. The other option (CMX falls chase just opened this year, and we haven't been to it yet). ”
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Café
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“Waterfront cafe with a patio, offering espresso drinks & light fare in a comfortable atmosphere.”
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Restaurant
“Madison Social is a perfect place for American Food, great bar atmosphere, and large TVs to catch game day action. They even have a tasty brunch menu. ”
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Toprestaurants

Nieuw Amerikaans restaurant
“Locally sourced farm-to-table restaurant. Unique dishes & one of our favorites!”
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Bar
“Really great cocktails and an awesome bar menu. Lots of locally sourced ingredients. Fun atmosphere! And close!”
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Restaurant
“Madison Social is a perfect place for American Food, great bar atmosphere, and large TVs to catch game day action. They even have a tasty brunch menu. ”
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Burgertent
“Wide selection of food. I've never had anything I didn't like. Some things are off the wall for the adventurous foodie!”
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Bar
“Italian fare, craft beers & cocktails served up in funky digs with outdoor seating.”
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Pizzatent
“Chill pizzeria featuring craft brews & a menu that includes sandwiches, wraps & appetizers.”
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Restaurant
“Love the location right in Cascades Park in the renovated old electric building. Nice elevated patio for additional seating. Walking distance. ”
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Bar
“Waterworks has all the groovy feels of a locals bar, serving up tiki cocktails + all your favorite standards. Perfect for after dinner dinner drinks. ”
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