Cheap Flights to Tallahassee
Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH) is located in Florida's capital city of Tallahassee, known as Tally to the locals. The airport borders the Florida State University reservation on Lake Bradford. Swimming, volleyball, canoeing and disc golf are among the many things to do while visiting the area. Approximately 15 minutes from the airport is the city center where you will find art museums, nightclubs, war memorials and more.
Tallahassee Regional Airport
Flights to Tallahassee Regional Airport are serviced by American Airlines, Delta and Silver Airways. Airport amenities include a coffee house and business center. Guests in need of ground transportation will find taxis and rental cars available beyond the baggage claim area in the Ivan Munroe Terminal Building. Expect to pay $20 for a taxi ride from the airport to the downtown area. Many nearby hotels offer courtesy shuttles and buses that run to and from the airport throughout the day.
Attractions in Tallahassee
Conveniently located near the heart of the city, the College Park and Magnolia Heights areas are popular places for travelers to stay while in town. Steakhouses, movie theaters, major events and festivals are walking distance from the hotels in this area. The Florida State Capitol and Museum of Florida History are also located nearby. Featuring exhibits focused on the cultural heritage of Florida, the museum provides visitors with fascinating insight into the past and present. Admission is free.
Railroad Square Art Park, formerly an old lumberyard, has become a gathering place of creativity for artists in the community. With more than 50 galleries and shops, including a unique cafe in a caboose, the square offers hours of entertainment and shopping. During First Friday Gallery Hop, held the first Friday evening of each month, galleries offer special exhibits from local area artists, refreshments, live music and dancing.
Hints and Tips for Visiting Tallahassee
The climate for Tallahassee is humid subtropical. Summers are long and hot with occasional thunderstorms, but winters are short and mild with average temperatures in the 50s.
Spring on Stage occurs February through May. This festive season overflows with live entertainment. Battlefield reenactments, symphony orchestra and Broadway-style performances, parades and magicians entertain audiences at venues across the city. September through November, sports enthusiasts will enjoy the excitement of Fall Frenzy as fans join together for pre-game block parties, Downtown Get Down on Adams Street and Seminole Block Party at Kelman Plaza. Tour Guide season runs May through August. During this time, many museums offer free admission on the third Saturday of each month. Winter Nights, Holiday Lights occurs November through December as streets bustle with holiday shoppers, light displays and the annual Jingle Bell Run.
The mix of flavors you will find in Tallahassee cuisine includes Caribbean and the South blended with Native American. However, the diversity of cultures in the area means there's food from all over the world. Places to eat range from popular hot dog and burger joints to seafood restaurants. Be sure to try some conch fritters and key lime pie during your trip to Tallahassee.