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New Gaines Street

Approximately 11 years ago, the City of Tallahassee, with input from citizens and business owners, developed the outline for a destination district in the heart of Tallahassee, a connection between the two universities close to downtown that would be the hub of arts and culture in Tallahassee. With this vision in mind, the City adopted…

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Cascades Park

Cascades Park is the newest social center of our community, enhancing our quality of life by offering one venue that brings together arts, entertainment, education, history and wellness. It is the perfect ¬†example of how the one-cent local option sales tax we pay is invested back into our community. Located in the heart of downtown,…

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Level 8 Lounge

Tallahassee’s most stylish night spot is Level 8 Lounge, the first roof-top bar and balcony in Florida’s Big Bend area. On the eighth floor of the historic Hotel Duval, Level 8 combines chic and upscale sophistication with casual and friendly. Kick back and hang out in style with sofas, chairs, and cocktail tables inside and…

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Tom Brown Park

Located in the eastern part of Tallahassee, just east of Capital Circle SE between Mahan Drive and Apalachee Parkway, sits a huge park with everything you could want to do in it. This is the City of Tallahassee’s premier place to play, with numerous baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, and wide open spaces. Tom…

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Old St. Augustine Road

Located southeast of downtown Tallahassee, this road dates back to the 1600’s when it linked Spanish missions from here to St. Augustine. There is now no trace of the 17th century Franciscan mission or the Indian council house along the road, but its scenic beauty persists to this day. Old St. Augustine Road was the…

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J.R. Alford Greenway

J.R. Alford Greenway covers more than 800 acres of pastures, mixed forests, hardwoods, freshwater swamps and a lake setting and is another site on the Great Florida Birding Trail. Among the variety of birds common here are red-tailed hawks, wintering palm warblers, white-throated and grasshopper sparrows and eastern meadowlarks. It also includes more than 17…

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