Districts

On the far side of Gaines Street lies the College Town District. This new and developing area has seen an incredible amount of growth in the last few years. Formerly a heavy industrial zone, College Town has been transformed into a premier district for college students to live. New student-oriented...

The All Saints District lies just off of Gaines Street and is the hippest section of town. With a large number of Downtown residents living there, All Saints has great eateries, beer pubs and cafes in an off-the-beaten path Downtown setting. Nearby Railroad Square is home to art galleries, studios...

The Cascades Park District is the centerpiece of a world-class, dual-purpose downtown 24 acre park extending from Pensacola Street on the north to Monroe Street on the southwest. It has been a colorful part of Tallahassee's history since 1821 when Governor William Duval chose a beautiful waterfall...

Florida State University sits on the edge of Tallahassee Downtown's College Park District. The area between the legendary Wescott fountain and Capitol Hill is known as College Park. College Avenue is the well known centerpiece with its great vistas from hill to hill. The ghosts from the Old City...

The beautiful Governor's Walk District is the place where the city's chicest condos and boutique hotels mingle alongside some of the greatest Florida legends and memories. Stretching from the Chain of Parks at Adams Street to the historic Governor's Mansion lies a 6-block area filled with historic...

Home to the Historic Capitol and the entire Capital Complex, City and County Courthouses, and surrounding businesses, restaurants, bars and hotels, Tallahassee Downtown's Capitol Hill District lies at the very heart of our City. Capitol Hill is where legislators, lawyers, advocates and other...