For being the Sunshine State, Florida experiences a lot of rain, especially around the panhandle and Tallahasee area. Here are a few things to do on a rainy day in Tallahassee that are indoors and plenty of fun!
Open every day of the week, the Museum of Florida History is a great daytime activity to escape those summer showers. The Museum of Florida History is one of the top five things to do in Tallahassee!
Take a walk into the past and experience Florida's history. Visitors will see dinosaur bones, antique cars, civil war memorabilia, and Native American artifacts. Even better, not only is parking free, but museum admission is also free!
For another excellent learning experience that's also free, check out the Florida Historical Capitol Museum! The museum itself is a beautifully constructed building with quaintly-decorated long halls decked out in past political memorabilia.
The receptionists here are also incredibly knowledgable and cam answer any questions you may have about the Capitol. The Florida Historical Capitol Museum provides an excellent learning opportunity for children and adults.
For adults looking for a rainy day escape, check out Proof Brewing Company in Tallahassee. Open late everyday, Proof Brewing Company is the perfect place to hang out when the rain comes later in the day.
With plenty of TVs and seating areas, Proof is usually pretty packed, so be sure to check them out as soon as the first rain drop falls in order to get a good spot! From the Tropical Uprising to the La La Land, Proof has a wide selection of beers for most palettes.
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Open until 10 p.m. everyday, children and adults can beat the busy peak hours throughout the day. If watching movies is your go-to rainy day activitiy, the Challenger Learning Center offers IMAX movies at great rates! There's astronaut food available as well as interactive exhibits, making it the perfect afternoon activity for kids, too! Individual admission is $45, and family membership is $125!
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Looking to take a real trip down memory lane? Visit the Tallahassee Antique Car Museum. Here, you can find houses cars, trucks, and memorabilia of all kinds. In addition to the antique cars, muscle cars, and concept cars, you can check out the eclectic collection of Steinway pianos, Remington sculptures, Case knives, Barbie dolls, boats, boat motors, children's pedal cars, and die-cast toys. General admission is $17.50 per person, and children are $8 per person.
In addition to these indoor activities, you can also escape sudden showers or rainy days by dining at one of Tallahassee's many great restaurants.
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