Whether you’re headed to Tallahassee on government business, to visit Florida State University or Florida A&M, or simply to soak up the sun, this bustling state capitol has a wide variety of cultural and outdoor recreational activities to keep you occupied, no matter what your interests. Football season is always an exciting time in Tallahassee. Pick up your tickets to see FSU’s Seminoles or FAMU’s Rattlers battle it out with their NCAA Division 1 contenders.
If sports aren’t your thing, Tallahassee also has a diverse cultural and political heritage. Visit the Capitol’s 22nd floor observation gallery, part of the Capitol Complex on South Monroe Street, for breathtaking, panoramic views -- something you’ll find in only three other Capitol buildings countrywide. Don’t miss the observatory’s art gallery, open year round, and the House and Senate viewing galleries, which are open from March through May.
A temperate climate all year makes any outdoor activity in Tallahassee enticing. Go to the Beadel House at Tall Timbers to tour the pre-war hunting plantation belonging to famed naturalist, Henry Beadel. The plantation features 4,000 acres situated on the north shore of Lake Iamonia and is part of the Tall Timbers Research Station Land Conservancy. Today, the property is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
You’ll make the most of this sunny, recreational Capitol city when you select a relaxing, amenity-rich IHG hotel in Tallahassee. World class amenities, exceptional fitness facilities and a friendly staff will help you forget your every day stresses. Book with IHG today.