Tallahassee is home to Florida’s State Capitol and Florida State University (Go Seminoles!). The city is smaller than some may think and holds onto the small-town feel while offering a variety of exciting things to see, do and eat. It’s easy to navigate, and easy to get around which makes it a popular destination for visitors or families looking for a fun weekend getaway. Tallahassee is known for its thriving art scene. Visitors can see many fine works of art within the museums, on many downtown buildings themselves a well as throughout town. Consider taking a guided or self-guided art tour to maximize your art viewing and see the best of the best. If you happen to be in town during the first Friday of the month, check out the monthly art walk on Railroad street. Artists and shop owners open their doors and allow for a very pleasant, interactive evening with food trucks and entertainment for all ages.
Looking to explore nature? Tallahassee is known for it’s lush, green and tropical landscape and rolling hills. Check out Alfred B. MacClay Gardens State Park or St Marks National Wildlife Refuge for some outdoorsy fun in the sun. Tallahassee also has lots of interesting architecture to explore. Visit the Spring House, by Frank Lloyd Wright, or take a trip back in time and visit the GoodWood Museum and Plantation.
Tallahassee is also home to a booming food scene, offering many options of food for travelers with any taste or cravings. Try Kook Beanz Café, The Edison, Maple Street Biscuit Company, Sage or Backwoods Crossing for a good meal, any time of day.
No matter what the occasion, book your Tallahassee vacation rental today to explore all that this city has to offer!
Tallahassee has one major airport, Tallahassee International Airport (TLH), which is 5 miles from downtown.
Tallahassee airport offers many options to get you to your vacation rental. Buses and public transportation options are very economical and will connect you to the city. Other available options are taxis, shuttles, major rideshare companies or car rentals, which all service the airport and can get you to your vacation rental.
Getting around town? Rent a car to explore the city and its surrounding areas. Or utilize Taxi/rideshare apps or public transportation to get around town with ease.
In Tallahassee, June – August are the hottest months of the year with many days around 95 degrees. January – February are the coldest months and temperatures can drop to around 45 degrees. July is the wettest month and October is the driest.
Make sure you book a vacation rental with your preferred heating and cooling options to make your visit comfortable no matter what season you visit.
In Tampa, most of the almost 550 vacation rental options are house rentals with an average nightly price of around $350. The median size is about 1500 ft² which makes them a great fit for medium or large groups or families, as most can accommodate 6-8 people. Whatever type of accommodation you are looking for, there are many options in Tallahassee to choose from for your next vacation rental.