AAA Editor Notes
Tallahassee Museum, 6.5 mi. s.w. on Lake Bradford at 3945 Museum Dr., depicts north Florida's natural and human history. A nature trail winds through 52 acres of scenic lakeshore woodlands, which are home to Florida panthers, red wolves, otters, deer and bears. Also on the grounds are a restored 1880s farm complex; Bellevue Plantation, the antebellum home of the great-grandniece of George Washington; a one-room schoolhouse; a church and a caboose.
The museum's Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures features an adventure course and ziplines. Visitors move among the trees with tightropes, crab walks, jungle bridges, nets and ziplines; a children's course, an intermediate course and a 2-hour course for the truly adventurous are offered.
Note: Closed, secured athletic footwear is required for the ziplines and adventure course.