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Top Things to Do with a Charter Bus in Tallahassee, Florida

Florida State University - Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee is Florida's capital and is also the seat of Leon County. Home to more than 181,000 people, the city is also home to several universities and many attractions that are worth visiting. Get on a charter bus in Tallahassee, Florida and explore the city today.

You can rent a charter bus in Tallahassee, Florida and check out:

1. The Tallahassee Museum. The Tallahassee Museum brings together the Big Bend region's cultural and natural history, dating back to the 19th century. It includes several major exhibits such as Florida and Beyond, Big Bend Farm, Wildlife Florida, and Old Florida, as well as several nature trails.

Another attraction in Tallahassee that combines nature and history is the Goodwood Museum and Gardens, where you could see original family furniture, art, glassware, and porcelain. The rooms here give visitors a glimpse of how things looked like during the First World War. The grounds also have beautiful 20th century-style gardens.

Other museums you could visit in the city include: Museum of Florida History, Knott House Museum, John G. Riley Center/Museum of African American History & Culture, Tallahassee Automobile Museum, and Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum.

2. Museum of Fine Arts at Florida State University. If you are most interested in the fine arts, you might want to check out this arts museum and find sculptures, paintings and other artworks. Or you could visit any of the city's many galleries, including 22nd Floor of Capitol Observatory and Gallery, City Hall Art Gallery, Nomads Art Gallery, Renditions Gallery, and South of SoHo Co-op Gallery.

Additionally, you could check out the LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts.

3. The Doak Campbell Stadium. The FSU's stadium is home to the Florida State Seminoles football team. The stadium can accommodate up to 82,300 people. Other sports venues here include Donald L. Tucker Center, the Bragg Memorial Stadium, and the Florida A&M University Teaching Arena.

4. Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park. This park has several outstanding trails that are just perfect for various activities such as mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, bluebird and butterfly watching, and birdwatching. There are also facilities for passive recreation. This is also where several events are held, including the Swamp Forest Trail Marathon and two Gulf Winds Summer Trail Series events.

Other interesting parks you could go to include the Lafayette Heritage Trail Park, Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park, and Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park.

5. The Don Veller Seminole Golf Course and Club. Designed by Bill Amick, the recently renovated golf course averages 55,000 rounds in a single year. Other golf courses worth checking out in the city include:

  • Jake Gaither Golf Course
  • Hilaman Park Golf Course
  • Southwood Golf Club
  • Cross Creek Golf Club & Driving Range
  • Killearn Country Club & Inn
  • The Golf Club At Summerbrooke
  • Golden Eagle Country Club

6. Challenger Center for Space Science Education. The center has interactive exhibits where you could learn more about astronauts and space travel. It also offers students and kids the chance to become engineers and astronauts through its space simulation and other activities.

Other points of interest you should not miss out on include the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the State Capitol, Supreme Court, Lake Ella, Mission San Luis de Apalachee, the North Florida Fairgrounds, and Railroad Square. You could also attend festivals and annual events here including:

  • Downtown Getdown
  • First Friday at Railroad Square
  • Red Hills Horse Trials
  • Tallahassee Film Festival
  • Tallahassee Wine and Food Festival

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