Ever wondered what it is like to live in Tallahassee, FL? While you may spend most of your time in class or studying, there is tons around to explore in this area we call home!
Whether you’re from the area or a Tallahassee newcomer, you’ll find something to love within steps of Locale. Explore our town’s best and brightest local attractions, starting with these six things to do, see, and eat.
Savour Tallahasee Florida

Savour

Savour is one of the chicest restaurants in Tallahassee with a distinguished menu and a fantastic wine and cocktail list. Each of its dishes is seasonally inspired and ingredients are sourced from around the region. Entrees include everything from classic filet mignon to Southern-inspired shrimp and grits. When it’s time for dessert don’t pass on getting the 'adult' key lime pie, which is spiked with grand mariner and Patron silver for a dessert that's closer to a margarita than a pie.

Tallahassee Museum

Tallahassee Museum

Have you ever ziplined, stood underneath a towering iron dinosaur, or come face to face with a red wolf? If you answered any of these questions in the negative, you are likely long overdue for a weekend afternoon at the Tallahassee Museum.

Alfred B. Maclay Park

Alfred B. Maclay Park

A masterpiece of floral architecture, the gardens feature a picturesque brick walkway, secret garden, reflection pool, walled garden, and hundreds of camellias and azaleas.

The beautiful ornamental gardens were first planted in 1923 by Alfred B. and Louise Maclay after they purchased the property for their winter home.

Lichgate on High Road

Lichgate on High Road

Built by FSU English professor, Laura Jepsen and named for the gates of medieval England, Lichgate Cottage is reminiscent of the fairytale cottages of childhood stories. The grounds include butterfly, perennial and daffodil gardens, a labyrinth and a magnificent Live Oak tree dating back to the days of Shakespeare.

Doak S. Campbell Stadium

Doak S. Campbell Stadium

The south end zone houses the Florida State University School of Hospitality, where students in the program receive hands-on experience in various aspects of the food and beverage industry. The multi-level facility is also home to the Champions Club, which includes private entrances, food and drink service in chair-back seats, covered rooftops with cabanas, and WiFi access with panoramic views of downtown Tallahassee.

Historic Railroad Square

Historic Railroad Square

A WWII-era industrial warehouse park turned urban core art district, Railroad Square is a haven for the creatives of Tallahassee. From vintage, thrift, and antique stores, to art galleries, creative shops, a non-profit theater, an authentic pinball arcade, a gaming shop, a cult cinema, the largest indoor rock climbing gym in the region, and a specialty kayak shop...there's something for everyone!

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