With its rolling hills, canopied roads of moss-draped oaks and Southern charm, Tallahassee defies the stereotypes most people hold about Florida. Whether it’s politicians uniting to implement the state’s policies or an association board retreat, group gatherings come together in Tallahassee.  The Capitol City is complemented by high tech facilities, charming accommodations, unique Florida scenery and an array of after-hour diversions, ranging from outdoor adventures and shopping to museums READ MORE >>

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Facts at a Glance

Climate : Four mild-seasons, resulting in pleasant weather year-round. Traditionally, July is the warmest month (averages high of 92* and low of 72*) and January is the coldest month (average high of 63* and low of 39*)
Airport & Flight Accessibility : Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH) is conveniently located minutes from the Capitol and downtown area. TLH is served by four major airlines: American, Delta, Silver and US Airways with daily non-stop flights to Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas/Fort Worth, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa and Washington DC
City Personality : A fusion of cosmopolitan flair and Southern charm defines Tallahassee – where it all comes together beautifully. Situated just off Florida’s northern I-10 corridor in the state’s Panhandle, Tallahassee is a place where college town meets history, politics meets culture and natural adventures abound
Property Diversity : A city-wide total of more than 400,000 square feet of traditional and unique meeting space and 70 hotels offering 6,000 guest rooms
Natural Assets : More than 60 award-winning parks, 80 lakes, countless trails, hilly topography and canopy roads! • Mission San Luis (65-acre, National Historic Landmark and the only reconstructed Spanish Mission in the Southeastern U.S.) • Park Avenue Historic District and Chain of Parks (Tallahassee’s oldest continuous green space located in the heart of downtown) • Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park (one of the largest and deepest fresh water springs in the world) • St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge (part of the Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trail, fall home to millions of migrating Monarch butterflies and site of a historic lighthouse) • San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park (National Historic Landmark where Spanish explorer, Panfilo de Narvaez arrived with 300 men and but their original fort in 1679 to protect the Spanish missions in the area, located at the mouths of the Wakulla and St. Marks Rivers) • Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park (site where The Battle of Natural Bridge took place in March 1865) • Nine official canopy roads make up 78 miles of scenic drives through Spanish moss-draped tunnels • The Tallahassee region has the largest collection of antebellum plantations in the country – 71 covering more than 300,000 acres. The Goodwood Museum and Gardens, located in midtown, is a fine example of a restored planation home that offers meeting/function space.
Golf & Spa : Tallahassee has nine golf courses boasting 153 challenging holes. As for pampering, Tallahassee is home to numerous full-service salon and spas and appointments can be arranged at your request.

At Your Service

Visit Tallahassee contact information

Janet Roach , Meetings & Conventions Sales Director
Phone : (850) 606-2320
106 E. Jefferson Street Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Or visit www.visittallahassee.com/meetings-and-events/ for a complete listing of meeting facilities, event venues and services.
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