Vacation in Tallahassee features plenty of action.
The city will occupy you with 306 miles of hiking, biking and walking tracks, while the outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy pavement cafes, upscale restaurants and pulsating nightlife. If you would like to escape the city's urban buzz, than go fishing or hunting in Tallahassee surroundings.
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The most action packed part of the city is downtown Tallahassee. It is home to Kleman Plaza that is a traditional venue for all public events, festivals not to mention its architecture and impressive amphitheatre. From numerous local museums and urban structures like the state capitol buildings to breathtaking natural landscapes, like the world's deepest freshwater springs, Tallahassee offers variety of things to occupy with.
Other attractions include;
- Old State Capital museum, the old governmental building was made into a museum since the new state building has been constructed
- Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science traces the city's history from old days till today
- Tallahassee Automobile Museum offers a collection of modern and antique cars
- Tallahassee Skate Park, perfect for a day out in green surrounding
- Lake Ella covers an area of 12 acres and is located close to Fred Drake Park that is excellent for picnics
Tallahassee was established as an Indian Settlement thriving on agriculture. Even its name, derived from the Muskogee Indian word for ''old fields'' reflects its concern with fertile soils. In 1821, the American took over the area and established there the governmental seat for the city's central location in the state of Florida. When the Civil War defeated Florida, Tallahassee was the only city to avoid the armed forces.
Today Tallanahassee is the most prominent collage city in Florida with such educational centers as Florida A&M University and Florida State University. This makes the city attract young people to the area and from 150,624-strong population only 6 percent are retirees, while the rest is active residents not to mention tourists who flock the city annually.
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