Sightseeing in Dothan

50% Off a Haunted-History Walking Tour

Tallahassee

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers Tallahassee's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

50% Off Helicopter-Flying Lesson

Destin

$299 $149

30 minutes of group ground instruction; 15 minutes spent solo with a pilot in a Robinson R44 helicopter

52% Off a Ghost Tour at The Daffodale Estate 

Monticello

$25 $12

Nibbling snacks along the way, explore the grand architecture of a Victorian home built in 1897 and test the validity of ghostly rumors

Coca-Cola Space Science Center – Up to 58% Off

Downtown Columbus

$12 $6

Visitors can examine sparkling heavens and radiating galaxies at science center with astronomy observatory and domed theater

Lunchbox Museum at Rivermarket Antique Mall – Up to 53% Of

Columbus

$20 $10

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The nostalgic museum can bring visitors back to their childhoods with its rows upon rows of lunchboxes

Emerald Coast Science Center – Up to 55% Off Memberships

Downtown Fort Walton Beach

$30 $15

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Membership grants access to kid-friendly science exhibits, which feature microscopes over body cells, as well as tarantulas and snakes

Up to 53% Off at the Hank Williams Museum

Downtown Montgomery

$20 $10

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Monument to country-music legend displays Hank's 1952 Cadillac and 13 suits along with guitars, fiddles & other notable instruments

40% Off Intro Flight Lesson from Box Aviation

Montgomery

$199 $119

Introductory flight gives neophyte pilots their first wings as they soar alongside a trained instructor above Alabama's open skies

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At Tallahassee Italian Family Festa, held each year since 2010, Italian and Italian-American culture is celebrated in all of its forms. Bocce tournaments, a Madonnari sidewalk-chalk art competition, and a silent auction are just a few attractions, and spectators can fuel up with gelato, meatball sandwiches, and Italian beer and wine. Italian cars and motorcycles gleam in an exhibition, showing off their sleek surfaces and revving their motors with an Italian trill. There's also a children's area where kids can participate in face painting, a grape stomp, and other activities.

Proceeds from the festival benefit Florida State University's international travel programs and CIAO! Italian Club Tallahassee.

6800 Mahan Dr
Tallahassee,
FL
US

Expert hands, marked by the evidence of careful labor, bring together frames with gilded baroque flourishes or sleek contemporary lines to shelter photos, paintings, mirrors, and cross-stitch samplers at Frames +. Computerized onsite mat cutting makes pieces seem to leap from the wall with color-complementing depth, drawing out the greens of a mountainscape or adding to the crayon signature on a fake diploma. Jerseys and souvenirs nestle in shadow boxes, and antique photos stay safe with conservation framing that preserves the visages of ancestors who traveled to America on the Mayflower or the barnacled back of a generous whale.:

2743 Capital Cir NE
Tallahassee,
FL
US

Pilot your brain-plane into a four-way collision with history, nature, and wildlife at the Tallahassee Museum, where wild-lovers can wander 52 acres of Florida florae and faunae as it floridly lounges in the state's natural greenhouse atmosphere. Saunter along the Habitat Trail, via elevated boardwalks that allow you to view animals from above without intruding into their habitats and TV-watching habits. In addition to waterfowl, foxes, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and river otters, you’ll catch glimpses of the endangered Florida panther, the state’s official mammal, and the endangered red wolf. Step into the pre-Internet world your parents and older siblings grew up in at Big Bend Farm, an 1880s living farmstead with a restored period farmhouse and kitchen, as well as reconstructions of an outhouse, blacksmith shed, and smokehouse. Historical voyeurs, meanwhile, can peer inside the rear windows of the restored 1850s plantation house of Catherine Murat, George Washington’s great-grandniece, who later became part of French royalty by marrying Prince Achille Murat, the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. With a plethora of annual events coming up, such as the upcoming Market Days on Dec. 4 and 5, you’ll have plenty of more stimulating things to do this winter than hibernate and alphabetize your action figures.

3945 Museum Dr
Tallahassee,
FL
US

LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts celebrates contemporary fine arts through a medley of classes and exhibitions featuring hundreds of artists each year. Individual and patron members alike enjoy perks such as a mention in the quarterly newsletter as well as previews, e-vites, and free admission to exhibitions; prior to each opening, patron members can also attend exhibition preview parties in which the bottom eighths of all canvases are uncovered. All members receive advance notice, early enrollment, and discounted admission to studio art courses, such as digital editing fundamentals, held at the nearby education center on East Call Street. The patron membership is good for an entire household and, in addition to the perks of individual membership, nets holders a 10% discount on purchases over $25 in the gallery shop.

125 N Gadsden St
Tallahassee,
FL
US

The Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science features visual arts, science exploration, and humanities education. A year-long family membership includes free admission for two adults and all children living at home under the age of 18, as well as discounts and special members-only invitations to exhibit previews and opulent exhibit weddings. Visitors can explore the first thirty years of video game technology and weave through the dangerous world of boss-level monsters in Videotopia. Meanwhile, Appetite, documents lens-tamer’s love affair with food photography, pop culture, and inanimate fruit bowls.

350 S Duval St
Tallahassee,
FL
US

The framing masters at Picture Frames Unlimited LLC don’t frame art; they frame memories. They specialize in memorializing artwork and niche articles such as stitchery, antique clothing, and memorabilia. Owners Mary and Karen wield materials such as frames, matting, and premium glass for projects, resulting in presentations that combine quality, creativity, and custom attention to each piece.

2774 Capital Cir NE
Tallahassee,
FL
US