Florida's new Capitol building has a rich ancestry, which began in 1824 with the establishment of Tallahassee as the new capital city. The Capitol is located in downtown Tallahassee at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and Monroe Street.
From Linell's Cottage, drive straight up HWY 27 to see the Florida State Capitol! The original Capitol building stands historically proud with its unique red & white striped awnings, while the new Capitol building towers directly behind. Interesting fact: The new Florida State Capitol building is…
This is where you can see Florida Government up close and personal. There are awesome views from the observation lounge on the 22nd floor. You can climb the stairs or take an elevator. It's all free, as is the security scan you go through in order to enter this building.
“The FSU Campus boasts beautiful buildings, invigorating research, and historical sites across its grounds.”
“MaClay garden is a place where you can just take a relaxing walk and enjoy the garden or, whether permitted, enjoy energetic outdoor activities such as fishing, kayaking and swimming.”
“Indoor history museum that is free and open to the public. Make sure to stop at the gift shop for Tallahassee and Florida goodies. ”
“Great to catch a 2D or 3D movie on the HUGE screen with HUGE sound system. Also offers educational films. ”