The Story Behind Tallahassee’s Newest Axe Throwing Spot, Tomahawks 51

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Tomahawks 51 The founders of Tallahassee’s newest axe throwing spot, Tomahawks 51, Erika and Will Tetsworth, can’t imagine a better place than the Capital City to have planted their unique and thrilling business. After coming up with the idea to start this business in 2018, it took less than a year for Tomahawks 51’s doors to open in July of … Continue reading The Story Behind Tallahassee’s Newest Axe Throwing Spot, Tomahawks 51

What to See and Do in Tallahassee in 1 Day

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Devoe L. Moore Center Blog Where to Eat & Drink Bradley’s Country Store — Country smoked sausage is a family tradition at Bradley’s Country Store, which was founded in the capital city in 1927, and has since gained national recognition from governors to city folk alike. You can drop by the authentic country store and pick up a signature sausage … Continue reading What to See and Do in Tallahassee in 1 Day

Wakulla Springs: A Local Record-Breaking Piece of Paradise

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Visit Wakulla Did you know that the largest and deepest freshwater spring is located just 15 miles south of Tallahassee? Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park is home to Wakulla Springs, which is home to the world’s record-breaking freshwater springs. Many years ago, organic sources of limestone carbonates began forming in the area where the springs are formed at the … Continue reading Wakulla Springs: A Local Record-Breaking Piece of Paradise

More Than a Name: The People Behind Tallahassee’s Establishments

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Tallahassee Arts Tallahassee is home to a variety of buildings, schools, libraries, and other sites honoring some notable figures in our community. Even if we visit these locations frequently,  how many of us actually know the history or significance behind the name of these places? Take a moment to read more about these popular places and who they were named … Continue reading More Than a Name: The People Behind Tallahassee’s Establishments

8 Museums to Visit in Tallahassee

By Abby Cloud | Photo: The Grove Museum As the capitol of Florida, Tallahassee is known for its vast history and heritage, from the history of African American and Native American culture in the area, to the history of Florida’s government, environment, and traditions, to Tallahassee’s own unique culture as a city. With over seven museums city-wide to visit and learn from, this small town … Continue reading 8 Museums to Visit in Tallahassee

To Thrift or Not to Thrift: Best Thrift Shops in Tallahassee

By Amy Marcos | Photo: Prudence Earl As of late, shopping at thrift stores, an act known as “thrifting,” has become all the rage. In Tallahassee, there are a host of unique thrift stores to shop at, most of which are locally-owned and have a mission behind them. Check them out below! City Walk Urban Mission — A thrift store with a mission, City Walk … Continue reading To Thrift or Not to Thrift: Best Thrift Shops in Tallahassee

Top Architectural Feats in Tallahassee

By Cristi McKee | Photo: St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral You may be surprised by how many unique, historic, and impressive architectural wonders can be found here in the capital. If you are curious about what these buildings are, check out this list of the top architectural feats in Tallahassee! Caroline Brevard Grammar School Lewis Spring House Women’s Club of Tallahassee St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral Leon … Continue reading Top Architectural Feats in Tallahassee