Florida State University
Museum of Florida History
Though housed in a stark and off-putting modern building with no charm (it's a tie with the new Florida State Capitol for...
Mary Brogan Museum of Art & Science
Affiliated with the Smithsonian, this museum is a hit with kids. It houses both a science center on the 1st and 2nd floors, and the...
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...
FSU Theatre Department
The FSU Theatre Department has three venues. The Richard G Fallon Mainstage Theater in the Fine Arts Building, north of Call St on the...
Downtown's see-and-be-seen spot, politicians love this two-level restaurant – Capital Grill & Bar is a casual burgers-and-beer spot...
Lonely Planet review
A liberal arts school of over 35,000 undergraduate and graduate students, Florida State University specializes in sciences, computing and performing arts (and football). From September to April, free campus tours depart from Visitor Services ([tel] 850-644-3246; 100 S Woodward Ave) Monday to Friday. Call for a schedule.