The Center provides for the delivery of social and human services, institutional and charitable services by agencies or organizations that are non-profit in nature. The Center’s mission is to develop and implement programs, services and activities that will positively impact…
The Tallahassee Museum is the home of Bellevue Plantation, a historic 1880s pioneer farmstead, native Florida wildlife habitat, Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures, and much more. With music and art festivals year-round, exciting summer camps and educational series, and thrilling…
Restored to its 1902 grandeur with stained-glass dome and candy-striped awnings, the Historic Capitol stands as an icon at the center of Florida’s Capital Complex. It houses exhibits on Florida’s political history, the former House and Senate Chambers, Supreme Court and Governor’s suite.
Features more than 170 rare vehicles autos including a 1931 Duesenberg, the Tucker and three Batmobiles. Other collections include antique boat motors, Native American artifacts, sports memorabilia, motorcycles and pedal cars.
1020ART is the result of a developer and an artist brainstorming what they each do best. The result is a beautiful two-story office building with glass atriums and winding stairs filled with fine art and gifts. This "public space" is open throughout the week to wander and enjoy... no one will bother you, yet someone is always available to open the display cases or talk about a particular artist or technique.
Located on Quincy’s historic Courthouse Square, the Center delights visitors with exhibitions that range from professional and historical works in all media in our main galleries to children’s art in the Bates Gallery. The Center’s Gift Shop features original works in clay, glass, turned wood, jewelry, photography, fiber arts and paintings at affordable prices. A limited number of prints, books featuring local art and history, and note cards are also available.
Once an operating training facility – it served as an amphibious training base for nearly 30,000 soldiers between 1941 and 1946 – it is now a museum housing more than 5,000 square feet of artifacts, vehicles, photos, memorabilia and films documenting the sacrifices and achievements of the World War II era.
Built in 1894 by Lewis W. Taylor, a community educator and leader. Today, the home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places serves as a museum of African-American History, culture and civil rights.
The Tallahassee Museum! Set amidst 52 acres of breathtaking Florida flora and fauna, the Museum’s living exhibits of native wildlife, nature trails, historic exhibits and zip line and aerial adventure courses are enjoyed by visitors of all ages.
The Museum is home to fourteen historic buildings that immerse visitors in 19th-century experiences and allow them to discover the history and lifestyles of southern communities. The internationally acclaimed exhibit, Jim Gary’s Twentieth Century Dinosaurs features vividly colored dinosaurs sculpted from recycled car parts that evoke thoughts about art, science, and sustainability. Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures, the Museum’s zip line and aerial adventure course, encourages visitors to explore the majesty of nature from high in the trees.
Exhibits chronicling the life of U.S. Congressman Claude Pepper (1900-1989). Includes interactive exhibits, 1937 Studebaker campaign car, reproduction of House and Senate offices and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.