Located in the heart of FSU’s campus on Learning Way in the Askew Student Life Center, Student Life Cinema (SLC) offers a state-of-the-art movie theater, with a professionally designed projection and a sound system. It features an 18′ x 43′ movie screen, stadium-style seating accommodating 380 guests, 35mm and high-end digital projection, and 5.1 Dolby Digital sound.
The SLC also has prime seating available for guests in wheelchairs, assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired, and closed caption readers for DCP films.
The beautiful Turner Auditorium, part of TCC’s Fine & Performing Arts Center, boasts 490 seats with plenty of leg room, great sight lines and fantastic acoustics. Before attending a performance, audiences are encouraged to visit the Ralph Hurst Gallery and TCC Fine Arts Gallery, which are located adjacent to the auditorium.
FSU Alumni Center: With several meeting spaces, the center is the perfect venue for any event. Surrounded by large windows and glass doors that provide for a breathtaking and unique view, the Grand Ballroom is approximately 4,320 square feet. Occupancy is 248 for plated meal service or 300+ standing or in theater-style seating arrangements. Named after Dr. Raymond Cottrell, this conference room can be configured into a board room or a classroom arrangement. This room can comfortably accommodate 25-30 people and has full audio/visual capabilities. Named for Mr. Bruce Rendina, this conference room is 1,575 square feet and can accommodate up to 80 people. The room includes a whiteboard, pull-down screen, food service counter with sink, refrigerator, ice maker and interior restrooms.
Goodwood Museum & Gardens stands among North Florida’s leading cultural and historic attractions. The property has witnessed, and today helps to tell the stories of every era of modern Florida from the early 19th century to today. Goodwood Museum & Gardens, Inc. was established in 1996 as a not-for-profit steward responsible for the preservation and operation of the historic Goodwood estate as a house museum, an heirloom garden, and a cultural and educational resource for the community.
The Carriage House–Built on the 1911 foundation of Goodwood’s original carriage house and stables, this new building offers seating for up to 200 guests in a 4,200-square-foot room.
The Moon is Tallahassee’s premier variety showcase for entertainment, hosting major concerts featuring country, rock, reggae, rap, jazz, R&B, and more. It can accommodate up to 1,500 with seating for 900. Since 1985, The Moon has been home to hundreds of headliners, including: George Clinton, Willie Nelson, Bassnectar, Dionne Warwick, Hall & Oates, The Tempations, Bonnie Raitt, George Strait, The Judds, B.B. King, Kenny Chesney, Joe Cocker, Pat Benatar, Billy Preston, Chris Tucker, and many more.
The Museum of Fine Arts, located in the East Wing of Florida State University’s Fine Arts Building, offers 9,000 square of exhibition space and a permanent collection of over 6,000 objects. MoFA has a history of exciting exhibitions—from lush painting to dynamic sculpture, from challenging installations to provocative photography. The museum is a member of Florida Association of Museums, Florida Art Museum Directors’ Association, Florida Cultural Action Alliance, Southeastern Museums’ Conference and is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
Opperman Music Hall is a 437-seat concert hall located in Forida State University’s Kuersteiner building. It is named for Ella Scoble Opperman who served as the first dean of music from 1911 to 1944. The hall can accommodate concerts ranging from solo recitals to chamber orchestra and band concerts as well as opera.
Pebble Hill Plantation is located on 3,000 acres of piney woods, 80 of which are available to the public. Pebble Hill is the legacy of Elisabeth Ireland Poe. Mrs. Poe bequeathed her estate to the Pebble Hill Foundation and specified her home, gardens, art and antique collections be preserved and open to the public for generations to come.
The Richard G. Fallon Theatre is Florida State University School of Theatre’s largest performance space with seating for over 490. This traditional proscenium theatre is named for Dean Emeritus Richard G. Fallon. Hosting more than 150 productions since it opened its doors in 1970, the Richard G. Fallon Theatre has been voted Tallahassee’s Best Place to See a Play for the past seven consecutive years.
Ruby Diamond Concert Hall is the primary performance venue for Florida State University and is located on the first floor of the Westcott building. It offers a 1,172 seating capacity without seats installed on the pit. Originally built in 1911 to serve as the main auditorium for the University, it was torn down in 1951 after developing a settling crack and was rebuilt in 1954. In 1971 the auditorium was named in honor of a generous benefactor to the University and a graduate of the Florida State College for Women.
Located at Florida State University’s Panama City campus, the hall offers seating for 450 overlooking beautiful North Bay. There is also a waterfront outdoor entertainment area adjacent to the hall.
The Tallahassee Museum is a 52-acre outdoor Museum located on beautiful Lake Bradford where history, nature, and, wildlife intersect to tell an intriguing story about Florida’s natural and cultural heritage. This unique Museum with its 1880s farmstead, historical buildings, live collection of native wildlife, and scenic grounds provides hands-on learning and entertainment for all ages.