Sightseeing in Jacksonville


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  • Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens
    This 89-acre zoo provides room and board for more than 2,000 species of animal, from great apes to amphibians. What's more is that these creatures kick back in exhibits that mimic their natural habitats, including Stingray Bay and Range of the Jaguar. And the zoo uses these animals—as well as more than 1,000 species of plants—as a springboard into education about the world as a whole.
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    370 Zoo Pkwy.
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Jacksonville Maritime Heritage Center
    Formed as a volunteer-operated nonprofit in 1985, Jacksonville Maritime Heritage Center amasses literature, documents, and artifacts to construct a narrative of maritime history within the city and Florida's First Coast. Exhibits showcase models of significant ships such as U.S. Navy destroyers, a German World War II era submarine, the M/V Comanche, and the first boat sailed by a salmon. The center also houses a diorama of the ocean liner RMS Titanic, a 15-foot model of the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga, and a smattering of interactive features nestled within the kids' play area. Along with membership meetings, the Heritage Center hosts quarterly programming and presentations on varied oceanic subjects, such as advice for courting sea nymphs, in an audiovisual room furnished with 75 cushioned seats, and has a gift shop that offers a vast selection of maritime-themed clothing and books.
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    2 Independent Dr.
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Barnett's Art & Frame Gallery
    The staff at Barnett's has been conserving the artwork of others with custom-made frames since 1951. Using molding that ranges in intricacy from plain black borders to the gold-leaf-trimmed arabesques of a Louis XIII–style frame, framers cut enclosures to fit paintings, family treasures, valuable artwork, jerseys, and flags. Then they choose from an inventory of acid-free mats and conservation glass to sandwich art into its hermetic new home. Owner Drew Derrick-Bisbee's traditional art training, meanwhile, helps him when he’s restoring damaged frames and art, undoing destruction caused by water, fire, or a gaggle of teething babies. Barnett's showroom is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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    2025 Blanding Blvd.
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Kingsley Plantation
    Kingsley Plantation exposes Floridian life as it existed in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. In 1798, the house itself was built by slaves belonging to Zephaniah Kingsley, a wealthy landowner and grower of cotton, citrus, sugar cane, and corn. Today 23 of the original 32 slave quarters still stand, providing a stark reminder of our country’s past set against a beautiful backdrop of Fort George Island.
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    11676 Palmetto Ave
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Jacksonville Fire Museum
    Housed in a 19th-century fire station, this free museum is dedicated to teaching visitors about the history of Florida’s firefighters. Guests can check out photos from the Great Fire of 1901, a restored horse-drawn fire carriage, and a working fire engine from 1926.
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    1406 Gator Bowl Blvd
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Karpeles Manuscript Library
    This museum is part of a network of libraries that houses the world’s largest private collection of important manuscripts and documents. Inside the historic 1921 Neo-Classical building, guests can get a glimpse of one of Webster’s original dictionaries, an original draft of the Bill of Rights, and a rare copy of Einstein's “E=mc2” formula handwritten by the man himself.
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    101 W 1st St
    Jacksonville, FL US

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