Photo credit: John VTotally free things to do in Tallahassee

Stroll, jog, walk the dog, feed the ducks or picnic around Lake Ella.

Go to the top of the Capitol.  Bring your camera on a clear day.  < You can see why.

Let the kids cool off and play in the SouthWood Town Center's splash pad.

Walk the dog, go for a jog or have a picnic at the Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway or Governor's Park greenway.

Let the little ones play off some steam at the air-conditioned play area in Governor's Square Mall.

Get into the Christmas spirit at Camellia Christmas at Maclay Gardens, Elf Night at Dorothy B. Oven Park, or the Downtown Winter Festival.

Enjoy exhibits (even the parking is free) at the downtown Museum of Florida ​History - great for kids and adults.

 Florida State University's Museum of Fine Arts has regular exhibitions featuring graduating artists.  

Walk around Railroad Square Art Park during First Friday.


(Photo credit)Really cheap things to do in Tallahassee

Have dinner at Food Truck Thursday.  See Food Trucks for details.

See a discount movie (only $3.00!) at Movies 8 Tallahassee.

Go to LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts. Go to LeMoyne during their annual Christmas Show.

Enjoy a stroll through the beautiful gardens, have a picnic on the lawn, or let the kids splash around in the lake at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park.

Cool off on a hot summer day in the Trousdell Aquatics Center's large lap pool or activity pool for the kids.