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A pleasant drive south brings you to the Tallahassee Museum, a 52-acre museum for all ages in southwest Tallahassee--close to downtown--on scenic Lake Bradford. Elevated boardwalks ramble among natural habitats where visitors can view Florida panthers, red wolves, black bears, otters and other indigenous animals.

In addition to “Wildlife Florida,” the Museum takes guests back to “Old Florida” and a “Big Bend Farm” by way of the Bellevue plantation house, the Concord School House, an elaborate 1880s farmstead, a blacksmith shop and other historical buildings. Kids will enjoy hands-on learning in the Discovery Center, close-up animal encounters, and a just-plain-fun playground.

Tallahassee Museum offers three meeting facilities including one with glass walls offering woodland views. Catering on site. Ample parking. Plus historic facilities for weddings and parties.

Amenities:
  • Activities:
  • Educational Sessions Available, Natural Wildlife Viewing,
  • Amenities:
  • Baby-changing station, Bus Parking, Covered Pavilion
  • Average Visit Time:
  • 2 - 3 hours,

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The Identity Project

Now - January 06, 2015
On July 4, the Tallahassee Museum will debut a six-month exhibit entitled “The Identity Project.” Housed in the Phipps Gallery, this interactive exhibit will engage visitors in conversations about the meaning of identity, and how it relates to them personally. Artifacts from the Museum’s collection and from the community will be used to spark discussions among those exploring.
http://tallahasseemuseum.org

asmalley@tallahasseemuseum.org

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