I enjoy learning about history and exploring museums. What are some of my options in Tallahassee?

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The Crossing at 2600 is near some of Tallahassee's best museums.

Tallahassee, an inviting, beautiful city in the panhandle, is an ideal environment for residents who enjoy visiting historical locations and learning about Florida's rich culture and heritage. Apartments in Tallahassee will give residents the opportunity to discover the story of “Anhaica,” the principle village of the Apalachee Indians, and learn about important events in African American history, such as the 1865 reading of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 1956 bus boycott. Whether you like to visit art and history museums, explore historical buildings and state parks, or take tours of significant locations, you'll have a variety of choices near Tallahassee apartments.

For residents who love to visit museums, apartments in Tallahassee are near several exciting options for history, art, and exhibitions unique to the city. The Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science is one of the top choices in the area, offering visitors a 52 acres of historical buildings, native wildlife, scenic grounds, and even an 1880s farmstead. You definitely won't want to miss Jim Gary's Twentieth Century Dinosaurs, a gorgeous display of colorful dinosaurs made from recycled car parts. The Old Florida and Big Bend Farm sections are permanent exhibitions, but you'll have the chance to visit limited time-only exhibits throughout the year. Check their website for an up-to-date schedule of current events! Other nearby museums include the Old State Capitol and Museum, the Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science, and Riley Museum Center of African American History and Culture.

If you enjoy exploring old buildings and streets, you'll have a wonderful time at the Calhoun Street Historic District just moments away from Tallahassee apartments. Called “Gold Dust Street” in the 1800s, this area runs from Calhoun Street from Thomasville Road to Apalachee Parkway, featuring 16 historic buildings made between 1840 and 1940. Guided tours are available for this district. You can also sign up for the African American Heritage Tour focusing on Florida's Reconstruction Period, slavery, and the Civil Rights Movement. You'll have the opportunity to view historic neighborhoods and tour the Florida A & M University. If you have a taste for the supernatural, Tallahassee apartments are close to some spooky ghost tours that include the famous Old City Cemetery. When Halloween rolls around, this can be a great event for friends and family when they come to visit your new place!

Along with museums and historical buildings, Tallahassee apartments are also near other important sites in history, like Fort Gadsden Historic Site, the Florida World War II Memorial, the Civil War Memorial, and much more. To experience Florida's Native American culture and heritage, you can visit Lake Jackson Mounds State Park, Letchworth-Love Mounds State Park, and Wakulla Springs State Park. Apartments in Tallahassee are definitely the place to be if want to immerse yourself in the state's history. To find the best, affordable apartments in Tallahassee, you can use our website to search for the perfect community today.

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