Known as Florida’s friendliest small town, historic Havana is one of Florida’s most unique villages.
Founded in 1906, the town was initially driven by shade tobacco’s economic engine, as was much of Gadsden County, Florida. Today Havana is bursting with more than 30 specialty shops that are stocked with everything from new furniture and vintage collectibles to some amazing art. As well, the North Florida Arts Trail runs through Havana and includes many historic buildings and homes. Of course, after shopping and exploring, visitors will want to rest and relax at one of Havana’s quaint cafés or restaurants.
Havana is located on U.S. 27 in eastern Gadsden County, just minutes north of Tallahassee and the I-10 interchange.