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     "Tallahassee, FL"
     Tallahassee, Florida

    Tallahassee, Florida's capital city, is located in North Center Florida. Geographically closer to Atlanta than Miami, Tallahassee exudes the charm of a small Southern city with its oak-lined canopy roads, colorful azaleas, and rollng hills.The city was the only confederate Capitol not captured by Union forces in the Civil War. Although Tallahassee is primatily a seat of state government it is also home of Florida State University. Events include Springtime Tallahassee and the annual Winter Festival.

     Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens
     US 319
     Tallahassee, Florida
     The gardens were begun by Alfred B. Maclay and his wife Louise in 1923.

     Black Archives Research Center and Museum
     Florida A&M University campus, between Gaines St. and Orange Ave.
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850) 599-3020
     The museum is housed in a 1907 Carnegie Library and contains rare maps that document the history and culture of Africans and African Americans and some other artifacts.

     Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park
     jct. SRs 61 and 267
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850) 922-3632
     The state park is well-known for its beautiful springs and its waters put out millions of gallons each day.

     Florida State Capitol
     S. Adams St.
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850) 488-6167
     The capitol is a 22-story tower with senate and house chambers on either side and offers some tours.

     Knott House Museum, The
     301 E. Park Ave.
     Tallahassee, Florida
     Built in 1843, the museum offers a video and a tour of the house.

     Lake Jackson Mounds State Archaeological Site
     Southern part of Lake Jackson
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850)562-0042 or 922-6007
     The mounds date back to 1200-1500 A.D. which are the remains of a ceremonial center.

     Museum of Florida History
     R.A. Gray Building, Bronough and Pensacola Sts.
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850) 488-1484
     The museum offer state archaeological and historical artifacts.

     Old Capitol, The
     jct. Monroe St. and Apalachee Pkwy.
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850) 487-1902
     The old capitol has been restored and offers exhibits and self-guiding tours.

     Tallahassee Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
     Florida State Capitol, South Duval Street
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850)413-9200 or (800)628-2866

     Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science
     Lake Bradford
     Tallahassee, Florida
     (850) 576-1636
     The museum shows north Florida's natural and human history and there is a restored 1880s farm complex.

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