Tallahassee Area Attractions

Welcome to Tallahassee!

Tallahassee offers everything from natural beauty to FSU football. The Florida state capitol is full of rich experiences waiting to be explored. The area’s beautiful environment inspires many artists to come visit here, with everything from live performances, concerts, galleries, public sculptures and murals. With a rich history the city boasts a tapestry of modern politics to antebellum charm. Nature lovers are blessed to find a beautiful landscape filled with state parks and gardens to winding waterways, perfect for canoes and rafts.

Tallahassee offers outstanding collegiate sports at both Florida State University and Florida A & M. Football is a way of life in the south and Tallahassee lives up to that expectation with pre-game festivities at the Downtown Get Down and the Seminole Block Party!

Details & Distance from BEST WESTERN PLUS Tallahassee

One of the nation’s elite research universities and home of the FSU Seminoles.
FSU’s premiere entertainment & convention center featuring a 12,500 seat arena, luxury suites and over 54,000 sq. ft. of meeting and exhibition space plus an arena view restaurant.
Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium, is the football stadium on the campus of the Florida State University.
FAMU is the largest historically black university in the United States by enrollment. FAMU is home of the Rattlers.
Enjoy a self-guided tour of Florida’s new Capitol building. Do not miss the view of Tallahassee from the 22nd floor.
Allows visitors to experience the people and events that have shaped today’s Florida through photographs, recordings, and audio-visual displays.
Enjoy premier shopping and dining.
Tallahassee Regional Airport accounts for 32% of air passenger travel in the Northwest Florida Region.
Features amazing native and rare animals, historic buildings, educational programs, and the Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures.
Offers a picturesque place to walk, hike, or picnic. Lake Hall provides opportunities for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking.
One of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world. Wildlife, river boat tours, glass bottom boat tours, swimming, nature trails.
 Site of the second largest Civil War battle in Florida.