Attractions Near Our Hotel
Your next trip awaits you in Florida's capital city, Tallahassee! Whether you are in town for a campus tour or here to check out the State Capitol, Country Inn & Suites By Radisson, Tallahassee Northwest I-10, FL has you covered. Aspiring Seminoles and Rattlers can tour their respective campuses or have friends and family stay for a visit. Dive into the state government by checking out the Capitol building and the Governor's Mansion. Both offer a wealth of history and information about this southern state.
After a day of exploring, stop by one of the many conveniently located restaurants. There are well-known names and local options for whatever you are in the mood for. Tallahassee also boasts the Governor's Square Mall which houses 115 stores for all of your shopping needs. You'll find what you are looking for when you stay at Country Inn & Suites.
Florida State University has been Florida’s longest-running higher education facility since 1851. The beautiful sprawling campus stretches over nearly 1,392 acres. The university boasts a high graduation rate, as well as an equally impressive faculty. Enjoy walking across the gorgeous outdoor campus with such historical landmarks as the Westcott Fountain and the powerful Unconquered Statue, celebrating the strength of the Seminole tribe. Guided tours are available upon reservation, or self guided tours are allowed as long as the campus is open.
Most car museums are only fun if you’re a gear head. However, like many things found in Tallahassee, this one is different. In addition to finding a great collection of cars from many generations, you can find such unique historical offerings such as Abraham Lincoln’s Hearse, an entire exhibit dedicated to Batman’s Bat mobiles through his different eras of fighting crime, historic lessons about the first automobiles in the country, and much more. Even if you don’t know anything about cars, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy.
Located just a few miles away, you can tour our state’s Governor’s Mansion. Although the original mansion had to be rebuilt due to its structural integrity, this second home built on the same site was faithfully recreated to reflect the original. This second mansion was first occupied by the state’s First Family in 1957 and was listed as a National Historic Landmark in 2006. Take a moment to enjoy the Greek Revival architecture, beautifully manicured grounds, and learn about the rich history with a scheduled tour of the grounds.
- Florida State University 11 mi
- Florida Governor's Mansion 3.6 mi
- Challenger Learning Center
IMAX Theater 4.4 mi
- Tallahassee Automobile Museum 11.9 mi
- Florida A&M University 4.0 mi
- Alfred B. Maclay Gardens
State Park 5.8 mi
- Fun Station 1.4 mi
- Southwood Golf Club 10.4 mi
- Lake Jackson Mounds
ArchaeologicalState Park 3.1 mi
- Florida State Capitol 4.5 mi
- The Melting Pot 1.3 mi
- Cracker Barrel Old
Country Store 0.9 mi
- Wahoo Seafood Grille 0.2 mi
- Waffle House 184 ft
- Sonny's BBQ 1.2 mi
- El Jalisco Monroe 2.1 mi
- Red Lobster 1.7 mi
- LongHorn Steakhouse 1.7 mi
- Canopy Road Café 2.3 mi
- IHOP 1.9 mi
- Governor's Square Mall 6.4 mi
- Cato Fashions 5.1 mi
- Victoria's Secret & PINK 1.6 mi
- Lerner Shops 2.0 mi
- Bass Pro Shops 8.9 mi