Gainesville blends the hustle and bustle of a university city with the charm of a small town. The University of Florida, the state's largest and oldest university, is home to the Gators (2006 National Champions in men's basketball and football), the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, and the Florida Museum of Natural History. It is here that groups can enjoy an ever-growing collection of fossils and habitat replicas, including a walk through the Butterfly Rainforest that houses more than 50 species READ MORE >>

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Facts at a Glance

Climate : Average annual temperature is about 70
Airport & Flight Accessibility : Direct first class service to four cities daily
City Personality : Gainesville is ‘Where Nature and Culture Meet’. Natural attractions and outstanding performance venues are minutes from downtown
Property Diversity : Full service hotels, bed and breakfasts, and unique meeting venues
Natural Assets : Mild climate, scenic rivers and lakes, cool freshwater springs and unspoiled wilderness parks, inviting groups for team building and corporate retreats
Golf & Spa : Unique and natural public golf courses

At Your Service

Visit Gainesville contact information

Kelly Aleman , Tourism Marketing Manager
Phone : 352-374-5260
30 East University Ave. Gainesville, FL 32601
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