The Turnbull Conference Center is a full-service center for hosting academic conferences as well as government meetings, non-profit, business and community events, association programs, corporate seminars and professional development events.
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.
Goodwood is an historical landmark in the Tallahassee community. Its legacy of hospitality and Old Florida charm is reflected in its mission: Goodwood Museum & Gardens connects the community as a setting where we preserve and share our history, enjoy the arts, and celebrate significant events in our lives.
Opperman Music Hall is a 437-seat concert hall located in Florida 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, band concerts and opera.
Pearl in the Wild is a rustic event venue situated on 200 lush acres that provides a beautiful yet unique experience. The venue offers a country-style setting and the 10,000-square-foot classic barn features unique details such as Indian doors and Louisiana lighting.
Located on 3,000 acres of piney woods, 80 of which are available to the public, is the beautiful Pebble Hill Plantation. Mrs. Elisabeth Ireland 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.
This traditional proscenium theatre, which seats over 490, is named for FSU School of Theatre’s 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 several years.
The primary performance venue for Florida State University, Ruby Diamond Concert Hall is located in the Westcott building and offers seating capacity up to 1,260. Originally built in 1911, 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 and a graduate of the Florida State College for Women.