Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
522 Silver Slipper Lane
Tallahassee, FL 32303
Phone: (850) 386-2121
Fax: (850) 386-3632
522 Silver Slipper Lane, Tallahassee, FL, US, 32303
- Phone: (850) 386-2121
- Fax: (850) 386-3632
The only go-cart track and thrill ride in the area is located at this family amusement center which also features a 36 hole miniature golf course, a 20,000 square foot arcade, an "Actual Reality Laser Tag" arena, batting cages, and bumper boats.
Visit Chuck E. Cheese's for a day of fun. Kids of all ages will enjoy the assortment of games, rides, prizes and entertainment. Freshly baked pizzas and a fresh salad bar are sure to satisfy after a day of play. They can also host special occasions, such as birthday parties and offer a variety of fun package options. This is truly "where a kid can be a kid."
The Greenwood Cemetery played a pivotal role for the African American community of Tallahassee for many decades. It was established in 1937 when there were no burial grounds available for the African American group and now covers 12.4 acres (5.02 hectares) of land. It went through years of neglect after the founding members of the Greenwood Cemetery Company who built this graveyard passed away. It was after a series of meetings with the city council and a citizens group that the cemetery was restored and rededicated in 1987. It has been a designated historic site since 2003.
Serving as a testament to Florida’s past and a home to those influencing its future, the Florida Governor's Mansion is a historic residence in the country. Also called as The People’s House of Florida, it was designed by the renowned Marion Sims Wyeth. Compromising of 30 rooms, the building is 15,000 square feet (1400 square meters) in dimension. Visitors are welcome on all year-round tours organized by volunteers of the Governor's Mansion Docent Program.
Located in Tallahassee, Florida, the St. John's Episcopal Church is a historic church built in 1881. An excellent example of Late Gothic Revival, the stone and red brick structure of the church features stained glass windows. The lawns of the church are well maintained too. The site was added to the list of National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
This magnificent estate hosted social and political functions for decades and was originally begun as a cotton and corn plantation that encompassed 2,400 acres. This turn-of-the-century country estate is now situated on 19 beautiful acres and is one of the finest Antebellum plantation houses ever built in the region. The collections and furnishings are all original to the house and visitors are welcome to explore the extensive gardens on site.
The Goodwood Plantation is a historic house located in Tallahassee, Florida. Previously a cotton plantation, the estate includes the two story Georgian style mansion, now used as a museum housing family artifacts of the former owners and the adjoining gardens and grounds. The museum and grounds are open for tours for the general public and can also be rented for weddings and other private events.
History buffs will enjoy taking a walk down the Park Avenue Historic District located between Park Avenue and Call Street to experience some of the city’s notable past. The oldest building in the district, The Columns, dates back to 1830, and now houses the Tallahassee Area Chamber of Commerce. If you are hunting for some antique pieces, The Murphy House is just the place for you. Other buildings of interest include The First Presbyterian Church, Knott House and the Old City cemetery.
The University Library or the David S. Walker Library is named in the honor of Governor David S. Walker. Incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the library is known for hosting the Springtime Tallahassee.
In its present location since 1845, this American Renaissance style mansion has been beautifully restored to its 1902 appearance and features red candy-striped awnings and a stained glass dome. The building houses the House and Senate Chambers, the Supreme Court, and the Governor's office and special exhibits, artifacts, and reproductions are located throughout the building which interpret the state's political history, constitutions, and the history of the building.
Mission San Luis is a historical center that was established in 1633. The mission was established with the prime aim to propagate Christianity in the region. Today, the place is flourishing with many historical exhibits and community events. You can find here exhibits of Spanish colonial art, artifacts, paintings as well as displays about the history and culture of the community. Many workshops, seminars and events for children are also held here. Call ahead or check the website to know more.
The Florida State Capitol is an iconic architectural landmark that is steeped in history. Built in 1845, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This state government symbol can be visited for a glimpse of Florida's heritage. On display are well-preserved photographs, audio clips, recordings and visual exhibits on the same.