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Built on the grounds of a private Tudor mansion, this impressive museum is worth a visit for anyone who appreciates the visual arts. — Frommer's
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The white rhinos here are a captive rarity. — Travel + Leisure
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The focus of this ultramodern space extends beyond painting: get lost among contemporary sculpture, prints, photography and film. — Lonely Planet
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Known locally as MOSH, this museum is home to the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium. — Fodor's
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This memorial is the administrative headquarters of the Timucuan Ecological and Historical Preserve , a confederation of federal, state and local parks – some located on Talbot and Fort George Islands. — Lonely Planet
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This 450-acre oceanfront park and campground just north of Atlantic Beach is beloved by surfers, swimmers, campers, hikers, and especially bikers, who regularly hit the many off-road bike trails. — Fodor's
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These parks, including Big and Little Talbot islands, have 17 miles of gorgeous beaches, sand dunes, and golden marshes that hum with birds and native waterfowl — Fodor's
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Watch period re-enactors at the fort or just relax on the beach — Where
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This 1.2-mile boardwalk, on the south side of the St Johns River, opposite downtown and Jacksonville Landing, has excellent views of the city's expansive skyline. — Lonely Planet
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From 1921 to 1971, the Ritz Theatre was the center of cultural life in LaVilla, an African-American neighborhood so vibrant that it was known as the Harlem of the South. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
The ruins of 23 tabby (a concretelike mixture of sand and crushed shells) slave houses, a barn, and the modest Kingsley home are open to the public via self-guided tours and reachable by bridge. — Fodor's
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Take the Mayport Ferry (cars $5) across to the beaches to a bird-filled state park that’s laced with a four-mile trail that loops past the park’s beach (Little Talbot). — Travel + Leisure
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Dogs deserve a vacation too, right? And since they’re part of the family, they should enjoy a beach vacation too. — Afar Magazine
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File this one under "hidden treasure," given that even many residents have never visited Karpeles — Fodor's
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Continue east along the northern bank to the Metropolitan Park , a sprawling outdoor space. — Lonely Planet
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Looking out into the Atlantic at Jacksonville Beach. — Afar Magazine
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With go-karts, two miniature-golf courses, laser tag, batting cages, kiddie rides, and an arcade, Adventure Landing is more like an old-time boardwalk than a high-tech amusement park — Fodor's
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Skaters zoom over the 80-foot-wide vertical ramp, two street courses and a snake run — Where
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