Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center & Museum
Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University
Universally referred to by its acronym, FAMU (fam-you), Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University was founded in 1887 as the...
Museum of Florida History
Here it is, Florida's history splayed out in fun, crisp exhibits: from mastodon skeletons to Florida's Paleo-Indians and Spanish...
Florida State Capitol
It's stark, ugly and massively imposing, but the 22-story Florida State Capitol still deserves your visit. That's mainly because of its...
Leon County Civic Center
The city’s major performance venue hosts everything from sporting events and touring theater productions to big-time music concerts.
Downtown's see-and-be-seen political hot spot. At this split-level place, the downstairs grill serves casual burgers and beer, while...
Lonely Planet review
Housed in Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, the Black Archives Research Center & Museum is a forerunner in research on African American influence on US history and culture. The center and museum holds one of the country's largest collections of African American and African artifacts as well as a huge collection of papers, photographs, paintings and documents pertaining to Black American life.