The capital of Florida is Tallahassee. It is the county seat and Leon County’s only incorporated municipality.
The Florida State Capitol, Florida Supreme Court, Florida Governor’s Mansion, and over 30 state agency headquarters are all located in Tallahassee, which serves as the state capital. The Florida Bar and the Florida Chamber of Commerce, for example, are among the city’s many law firms, lobbying organizations, trade organizations, and professional associations. The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is located there, and it is a well-known regional center for scientific study.
Curving wheelchair-accessible walkways follow the park’s contours from Smokey Hollow Pond to Boca Chuba Pond, passing by bright gardens and tall trees coated in Spanish moss. Benches are thoughtfully positioned in both sunny and shady areas to entice you to stay and have a cup of coffee or a sack lunch. Midway through the park, a stunningly lovely Korean War Memorial is well worth a visit.
Tallahassee is a great place to visit at any time. When it comes to lodging rates or flight deals, there is no peak or low season, and the city is far enough from the ocean that it lacks the spring break allure of other Panhandle destinations. Summer temperatures range from the low 70s to the low 90s, with winter temperatures ranging from the low 40s to the mid-60s. And the school calendar plays a big role in the area’s lodging availability: football weekends, homecoming, and graduation fill up rapidly.