Jacksonville

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The museum holds a permanent collection with works dating back to 2000 B.C. and also American Impressionist paintings, 18th-century porcelain and Japanese woodblock prints. — Where
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Browse the exhibitions—the permanent hoard includes work by Calder, Paschke, and Rauschenberg. — Travel + Leisure
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This 30ha zoo, with some 750 exotic reptiles, birds and mammals, is at the forefront of botanical and zoological conservation — Michelin Guide
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Exhibits exploring natural and physical sciences, regional natural history and North Florida's past entice all ages at this fun-oriented museum near the foot of Jacksonville's Main Street Bridge. — Michelin Guide
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An oak-wood pathway leads to a replica of the original fort—a great, sunny place to picnic (bring your own food and drink), stretch your legs, and explore a small museum. — Fodor's
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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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Watch period re-enactors at the fort or just relax on the beach — Where
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Big Talbot and Little Talbot islands make up the Talbot Island State Park chain of undeveloped barrier islands along the Atlantic coast — Where
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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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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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Find collectable Florida shells along five miles of beach. Amenities include campsites, walking trails, a playground, showers, a ranger station and ranger-led programs. — Where
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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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Looking out into the Atlantic at Jacksonville Beach. — Afar Magazine
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A child’s dream with batting cages, rides, miniature golf and an arcade. There's also a water park with three slides and a wave pool at the Jacksonville Beach park. 10am-10pm. — Where
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If you're looking for sun-soaked relaxation, head for Atlantic Beach, where you can sink your feet into its white, sugary sands or catch some waves in the warm surf. — Fodor's
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This museum has exhibited documents such as manuscripts by Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens, scores by Beethoven and Mozart, and the original draft of the Bill of Rights. — Where
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— U.S. News & World Report
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Continue east along the northern bank to the Metropolitan Park , a sprawling outdoor space. — Lonely Planet
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