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The Weather in Tallahassee
Check out the climate diagram for Tallahassee. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 41°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
See Florida's capital city at a downtown vacation home in Tallahassee
Tallahassee has a special kind of character, with its location on the cusp of the American South and Florida's coastal vacationland. Set up shop in a dainty Southern-style farmhouse or laze on the front porch of a traditional Florida cottage.
Food in Florida: Regional taste tour
When the deep south meets the beach you get hotspot Avenue Eat and Drink. Have a devilish seafood feast with their crawfish étouffée which you can warm up for with a kick of pepper-flecked Gulf shrimp.
Having a hankering for some juicy jambalaya? Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille brings the flavors of the Big Easy alive in the form of boudin balls, Harry's Original Gumbo, house collard greens, NOLA rice, and fried grit cake.
Art & culture in Florida's state capital
Florida State University's campus, home to 40,000+ students, is based in town and brings with it an energetic, diverse university district. Stroll through Landis Green, which overlooks several academic buildings, and pop into FSU's visitor center for more ideas of what to explore on campus.
Find out more about the inner workings of the state at its capitol building, which can be toured with a guide and is free to enter. You could view a legislative session in progress; try to time your visit accordingly for this educational opportunity.
The ocean is calling
Take a boat out on the ocean and head towards St. Marks with its variety of curious landmarks. Investigate leafy San Marcos De Apalache Historic State Park, which beautifully blends nature and history with its awing colonial Spanish fort set amidst swaying palms.
Historic St. Marks Lighthouse will lure you to the very edge of the Gulf to smell the sea salt and catch that warm breeze. Arrive in time for a spectacular sunset and catch the lighthouse all lit up. You can also visit during daytime to seek out critters of the surrounding wildlife refuge.
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