A few fun things to do in Tallahassee, Florida, include visiting the Florida Historic Capitol Museum, Tallahassee Museum, Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, Seacrest Wolf Preserve and Grace Stables. The LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts and Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts provide artistic and cultural opportunities.
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum highlights the history of Florida and its government. As of 2015, artists and architects have restored the capitol to its 1902 appearance, including a restoration of the chambers of the House of Representatives, Senate and Supreme Court. Exhibits include photos, displays and recordings of the history of the state, and the museum also hosts activities for kids. Admission is free.
The Tallahassee Museum focuses on the state's wildlife and natural resources. It sits on 52 acres of land and has boardwalks, wildlife viewing, zip lines, a 19th-century schoolhouse and a restored red wooden caboose train from the 1920s.
Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park offers hiking, picnic pavilions and grills, a lake and wildlife viewing. Grace Stables provides horseback riding and several activities for kids, including the Child Animal Relationship Experience Program for children with special needs.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve dedicates itself to harboring once-captive wolves, and offers tours on select days during the week.