Tallahassee is the state capital of Florida. The Capitol Complex includes the restored Historic Capitol, now a museum with displays on political history. The 1970s Capitol tower offers city views from its 22nd-floor observation deck. Nearby, exhibits at the Museum of Florida History cover European colonization, the Civil War and WWII. The city’s antebellum mansions include the 1843 Knott House Museum.
Founded in 1821, Tallahassee is the capital of Florida, and the county seat of Leon County. Tallahassee is located in inland northern Florida near the Apalachicola National Forest and close to the Georgia border.
The weather in Tallahassee is characterized by hot summers and cool winters. Summer temperatures often top 100 degrees. The average daily summer temperature is 92 degrees. January is the coldest month of the year with an average daily temperature of 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Tallahassee does occasional receive snow, and is the holder of the coldest temperature recorded in Florida, -2 degrees. Enjoy playing sports in unbelievable weather while being in the capital and center of history of Florida.
The main sports offerings for Tallahassee residents come from the two local colleges, Florida State University (FSU) and Florida A&M University (FAMU).