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Tallahassee is the capital of the US state of Florida since 1824. It is also the county seat and only incorporated municipality in Leon County. This American city is an endearing sum of its 19th century antebellum history, architectural charm, scenic beauty and some vibrant festivals- the surreal effect of which is perfectly topped by its Native American heritage, multifarious museums, vibrant nightlife and an extensive art scene. Tallahassee is also a launching pad to the spring-break hotspot called Panama City (that lies at a 2 hours drive) and the home of several theme parks Orlando (that lies at a four hours drive from here).
Some stellar highlights here are the Tallahassee Automobile Museum, the Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens and the Florida State Capitol.
The Tallahassee Automobile Museum (or the Tallahassee Automobile and Collectibles Museum)
The Tallahassee Automobile Museum is an automobile museum in Tallahassee. Its collection includes over 140 automobiles and a number of related memorabilia like pedal cars, antique boating items, brass cash registers, old clocks and bicycles. To precede its reputation are three iconic Bat Mobiles and some antique cars including an 1894 Duryea, a 1931 J Double Cowl Phaeton Convertible, 1911 Ford Model T Torpedo Run About, 1955 Kayser Darrin Roadster and a 1948 Tucker.
The Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens
First began in 1923 AD and now spread across 1176 acres, the Alfred B Maclay State Gardens is a botanical garden in Tallahassee. The garden is best known for its stunning range azaleas and camellias trees that are gloriously supplemented by bald cypress, black gum, dogwood, oaks and Japanese maple. It also contains an old house built in 1909, the Maclay House, and is open for tours from January through April. Also of note are amenities like bicycling, bird watching boating, canoeing, fishing, hiking, kayaking, walking trails and swimming. There is also a museum with interpretive exhibits in the garden.
Florida State Capitol
Built in 1845, the Florida State Capitol is the oldest building in the Capitol Complex in Tallahassee. It is home to the Florida Legislative Research Center & Museum that features exhibits related to Florida’s legislative history and is supplemented by historic photographs and documents. This 19th century neoclassic icon was later restored and shrunken to the way it used to appear in 1902 at the request of citizens.