Suburban Extended Stay Bay Meadows
8285 Philips Highway
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Phone: (904) 448-0021
Fax: (904) 448-0032
Inside this brand new theater, are 20 screens with stadium seating and digital sound, as well as stocked concession stands serving hot buttered popcorn, candy and drinks. You can buy your box office tickets in advance over the phone to avoid waiting in lines, which comes in handy on opening night of the latest release. For further information check the website.
Skate Station Funworks is where the entire family can come in and have a fun time. You can do the rounds in the Roller Skating rink or play your time away with the arcade games. Skate Station Funworks will provide you with state-of-the-art equipment, great service and value for money. After the playing and skating, the demands of the appetite need to be met and with this in view Skate Station has Wally's Cafe serving hamburgers, pretzels and cotton candy. Skate Station also organizes private parties keeping in mind birthdays and even sports team victories!
The Florida Conservatory of Music brings a whole range of musical instruments for children to learn. With over 55 qualified music teachers and placed at two locations, this is the largest music school in Jacksonville. If a child is confused about which instrument to learn, he or she can take up the introductory program in which musical instruments are available for home use. Kids can also chose to take up more than one program at the same time.
This all encompassing luxury entertainment venue has everything from an arcade, bar, and various restaurants, to a live performance theater, bowling alley and movie theater. The movie theater features luxury recliner easy chairs and has full service dining options. If you're looking for more activity, check out the bowling alley or Axis Bar where you can dance the night away to live music. Catch the latest game in the sports theater, where major sporting events are broadcasted on a huge HD screen. Perfect for date night, a family outing and everything in between, Latitude 30 is a Jacksonville must visit.
The Auditorium is located within the Bolles School which serves as a venue for the activities organized by the school itself. Besides it is available on rental basis for shows and concerts as well. The space is enough to accommodate more than 600 people in theater style. The auditorium is also well-equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for any kind of show or concert taking place here.
Established in 2006 by Turkish-Americans, the Amity Turkish Cultural Center is a non-profit educational organization. The center has Turkish language classes among other educational activities. There are Sunday meetings or you could pay a visit to the Turkish festivals celebrated there. Social activities include games and picnics, making for perfect community meet-ups. If you are a food lover, you could sign up for the Turkish cooking classes and luncheons to learn a new cuisine. A variety of events and performances are held regularly at the ATCC. Check the website for further details.
The Cinemark Tinseltown in Jacksonville is a 20-screen multiplex complete with stadium seating and high quality digital sound. With 20 screens, there is a movie for everyone, whether you're going with your friends, your family or by your lonesome. While the movie projector rolls away, you can enjoy the sandwiches, hot dogs and pizzas bought at the counter. Just remember to put your phone on silent!
Some of the top comedy acts in the nation grace Comedy Zone's stage five nights a week. The likes of Brett Butler, Carrot Top and Gilbert Gottfried have all performed here. Each show features three acts and lasts about 90 minutes. A full service bar offers beer, mixed drinks and finger food. Special rates for group packages are available. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
Doing Dishes is a creative venture that lets people of all ages give vent to their artistic imagination and creativity while having fun. Pick and choose pieces of ceramic that you would like to paint. Colors, brushes and staff assistance is provided and once you are done, just turn it in and pick the finished baked product a week later! Doing Dishes also teaches participants how to fuse glass. All in all, it makes for a fun thing to do at birthday parties, fund-raisers and even at the camp hosted by Doing Dishes.
The Salaam Club is a melting pot for Syrian-American culture. It was founded in 1912 by Arab immigrants to Jacksonville. This venue on Beach Boulevard continues to host special events, social gatherings and activities for the community. The annual Jacksonville Caribbean Carnival held here is a big draw and introduces visitors to Caribbean joie de vivre.
The Lazzara Performance Hall at the University of North Florida Fine Arts Center is a 1,000-seater hall named after Gasper and Irene Lazzara, who have contributed a larger sum towards the hall via donations. It is one of the best performance venues technically and has staged many great pieces and artists, both seasoned as well students. The hall has the best in lighting and sound equipment which brings new life to the music and dance extravaganzas performed on this stage. Do contact the center for details.
Part of the popular bowling chain in the United States, Bowl America-Southside is an entertainment venue for kids and adults alike. With open bowling, leagues and bowling parties, you are sure to quench that bowling thirst in one form or another. Speaking of thirst, grab a drink or a bite to eat from the snack counter, the go-to place for a little coloric energy to keep you on your game. Do not forget to try the cosmic bowling, a glow-in-the-dark bowling party. Call for details.