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Nestled within 52 acres of flora and fauna, the Tallahassee Museum is an oasis close to the heart of downtown. The Tallahassee Museum features a working 1880s pioneer farmstead, native Florida wildlife habitat (including panthers and red wolves...more
We love to come here to view the natural Florida wildlife and flora that can be found in the museum, with rotating nature exhibits. They also have some ziplining which we have not tried but looks quite fun! We have a great time just coming...More
This place is ok to waste an hour or two in Tallahassee, the bird of prey exhibit is pretty cool and the walkways over the swampland are interesting but there isnt a lot to do and there is not really a lot of information on...More
We have visited the Tallahassee Museum multiple times. We enjoy, in this order, the zip line course, the animals (especially the bears, panthers, and wolves), and the historical/interpretive buildings.
Bonus: you can kayak up to the animal paddocks at the Tallahassee Museum from the lakes...More
Visited this museum after putting it off for three years and wish we are gone sooner. Lots of neat animals set in a pleasant peaceful setting. Eagles, otters, Panthers and bears oh my. I also loved the older buildings that have been saved, brought to...More
The best part was the animals! Up close with an owl was definitely unexpected. Bears, large cats, and more. There was also a very interested 3d exhibit on ant mounds, using actual ant mounts. Had a great time!
I’ve gone several times with my nephews ages 1-8 and they love it! It’s neat to discover Florida wildlife without the “zoo” feeling, and there is SO much to learn! The playground and facilities are well thought out, and it’s easy to spend a few...More
My family loves it here,the kids learn and see things that they would only get to see on TV or internet. Here it's right there. I'm been coming here as a kid,now my children have been since they were babies. I'm always amazed at how...More
We were happened to be in Tallahassee for a day so we decided to check this place out not knowing anything about it. We thought it was indoor museum but when we arrived there, we realized it is located in acres of land. I was...More
We took our grandkids ages 13,9 and 5 all boys. We walked the trails and went into the historic old homes and farms. The grandkids enjoyed this. The trails with the native animals was not as interesting as some animals were not visible. Although my...More
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For the Canopy Crossing and Soaring Cypress courses all participants must go through a "briefing" where a course guide teaches the rules of the course and how to work all of the equipment on the harness. Then everyone must... More
For the Canopy Crossing and Soaring Cypress courses all participants must go through a "briefing" where a course guide teaches the rules of the course and how to work all of the equipment on the harness. Then everyone must show the guide they can complete the briefing area (two obstacles and a zipline) themselves to ensure they can complete the course. Rarely, some participants are not able to operate the equipment or slow down properly on the briefing zipline. If that is the case they will not be allowed to start the course - but they may receive a refund.
After briefing, the course guides stay on the ground to answer any questions and coach participants through the course. Canopy Crossing gets up to about 20 feet at it's highest point, while our premier course, Soaring Cypress, gets to over 60 feet at a few points. If any participant needs help or needs to come down, a course guide will be up to perform an "assist" to get them down from the course in a matter of minutes.
I hope I have answered your questions. Feel free to give myself (Drew) or Juan a call during ticket selling hours: Monday to Saturday 9-5, or on Sunday 11-5, if you have any other concerns.