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Art Museum
“A gorgeous museum, gardens and restaurant. Please take time to visit. Just up the road from Riverside Arts Market.”
75local recommendations
Planetarium
“A short walk from our place. A great place for kids. Next door is a restaurant and entrance to the Southbank Riverwalk. ”
42local recommendations
Art Gallery
“Located in the heart of Downtown. It's adjacent to our main public library and has a great restaurant. https://mocajacksonville.unf.edu/nolamoca/ ”
32local recommendations
Scenic Lookout
“Little History Admission is free You can explore the grounds at Kingsley Plantation, which include the slave quarters, barn, waterfront, plantation house, kitchen house, and interpretive garden. ”
10local recommendations
Travel Agency
“Great museum of the history of Jax beach. Very close to many other attractions.”
7local recommendations
Library
“Beautiful modern library with city views. Great place to get some work done. Has an amazing children's section.”
4local recommendations
Park
“Get in touch with nature on this trail and have the kids learn about the great outdoors”
3local recommendations
Art Museum
“Tapas Tuesdays: go there anytime after 5pm on Tuesdays and entry to the Cummer Museum is free. Reservations are highly recommended as there are not many tables, and you can make a reservation online using Yelp. Visit their website for more details: http://www.cummermuseum.org/visit/cafe”
1local recommendations
Museum
“Local favorite! Interactive children's museum perfect for rainy days! Children won't want to leave!”
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Library
“Willowbranch Library is my favorite, hands down, of all the Duval County library branches. It's gorgeous on the outside and the cathedral ceilings and wooden bookshelves on the inside make you almost think you've gone back in time.”
1local recommendations
Museum
“Super cool building housing a collection of manuscript. Also exhibit local artists.”
2local recommendations
Beach
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Museum
“Taking visitors back to old Florida with a 10 acre riverfront site home to an 1876 farm complex with picnic areas and a citrus grove.”
2local recommendations
Library
1local recommendations
Museum
1local recommendations