Jacksonville Things To Do

Jacksonville Things To Do

Enjoy a fabulous shopping vacation in Jacksonville, Florida with your gal pals. Escape to North Florida for a girls weekend getaway filled with fashion, food and fun. Jacksonville is a beautiful destination with amazing shopping venues, including St. John's Town Center, a trendy lifestyle center with upscale shopping, boutiques and stores - 2 miles from the hotel.

Awaken your senses with a delicious American breakfast, then head out for some retail therapy at Jacksonville's ultimate shopping centers - Jacksonville Landing, The Avenues Mall, Riverside Arts Market, and the St. Augustine Premium Outlets. Enjoy the perfect Jacksonville girls getaway and shopping package.

Jacksonville Attractions


Jacksonville Landing -

Located along the St. John's River, Jacksonville Landing is a lively dining, shopping, and entertainment destination with gorgeous views of the river in downtown Jacksonville. Enjoy shopping at boutiques, shops and art galleries. Taste the culture and cuisine of Jacksonville at waterfront restaurants and cafes, including Benny's Steak & Seafood and Koja Sushi.

Party like a rock star at lively nightclubs and events, including the Jacksonville Jazz Festival and Friday Market featuring locally-grown produce, baked goods, plants, pottery, and arts and crafts every Friday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. From elegant riverfront dining to trendy nightclubs to outdoor concerts, Jacksonville Landing is a festive riverfront marketplace. Visit
Jacksonville Florida Beach

Jacksonville Beach -

Just east of Jacksonville, Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intra-Coastal Waterway, Jacksonville Beach is a laid-back resort community with oceanfront dining, wonderful shopping, entertainment and endless activities, festivals and concerts. Enjoy miles of white sandy beach for sunbathing, swimming, surfing, boogie boarding, jet skiing, fishing and boating.

Enjoy deep water fishing off the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier, tee off on the 18-hole Jacksonville Beach Golf Club or swing into action at the Jacksonville Beach Tennis Center. Relax on the golden sands of Jacksonville Beach and play in the blue Atlantic waves. Visit

EverBank Field/Jacksonville Jaguars -

Adjacent to the St. Johns River in downtown Jacksonville, EverBank Field is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex that makes Jacksonville one of the top sports destinations in the country. Home of the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars, the 82,000 seat venue hosts the annual NCAA Florida-Georgia game and the Gator Bowl.

With its cutting-edge design, amazing sound system, and great dining and entertainment, the stadium also presents events, soccer games, monster truck shows and concerts. The stadium hosted Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005. For tickets and information, visit
Florida Zoo

Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens -

Escape to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and discover amazing wildlife experiences and the only walking safari in Northeast Florida. The Jacksonville Zoo features over 1,800 rare and exotic animals and 1,000 unique plant varieties. Enjoy exciting exhibits like the African Loop, Wild Florida, Savanna Blooms, Range of the Jaguar, Great Apes and Giraffe Overlook.

Encounter wildlife from Florida and around the world, including cheetahs, lions, zebras, bobcats, apes and alligators. Explore the beauty of the gardens, ride the Zoo Train and Wildlife Carousel, and meet the lion mascot - Jazoo.
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Adventure Landing -

A fun family attraction in Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach, Adventure Landing features twisty quarter-mile go-kart tracks, video arcades, laser tag arenas, 18-hole miniature golf courses, batting cages, a riverway, and the Shipwreck Island Water Park. Enjoy food and refreshments at the snack bar. The park is every day from 10 am to 2 am. Visit
Jacksonville Florida Museum

Museum of Contemporary Art -

Housed in the historic Western Union Telegraph Building in downtown Jacksonville, the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville is one of the Southeast's largest contemporary art museums, presenting innovative exhibitions by international, national and regional artists.

COMA features permanent collection galleries with contemporary masters and five changing exhibition galleries with diverse works in painting, sculpture, and video. Explore art at the ArtExplorum Loft children's interactive center and Atrium Gallery. Visit the Museum Shop and enjoy lunch at Cafe; Nola @ MOCA. Visit

Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens -

Located on the banks of the St. Johns River, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens inspires with its impressive art collection and beautiful gardens. The museum's permanent collection features more than 5,500 works of art spanning 8,000 years of art history - from Ancient Egyptian sculpture to American twentieth-century painting.

Explore one of the most important and idyllic gardens in Northeast Florida, ablaze with lush plantings and rare horticultural specimens nestled under mature live oak trees. Reflecting pools, fountains, arbors, antique ornaments, and sculptures create a magnificent outdoor space. Visit
Jacksonville Science Museum

Museum of Science & History -

The Museum of Science & History (MOSH) brings to life science and the regional history of North Florida through interactive exhibits and events. MOSH's core exhibits include: The Body Within, Water Worlds, Atlantic Trails, Currents of Time, and Aqua Expo. See changing exhibits and historic artifacts in the Loft Gallery and meet owls, snakes, turtles, tortoises, and alligators in the Florida Naturalist's Center.

Experience the wonders of the universe at the MOSH Planetarium, featuring films, live NASA feeds, laser shows and cosmic concerts. Children discover nature in the Kids Space as they play in a treehouse and have aquatic adventures. Visit

World Golf Hall of Fame -

Located at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, the World Golf Hall of Fame celebrates golf's greatest players. The museum features unique exhibits, player memorabilia and golf's top trophies. See exhibits on inductees and permanent exhibits, such as "Nancy Lopez: Pride, Passion and Personality," full of awards, photos and inspirational stories.

Have your picture taken at the Old Course at St. Andrews, putt on an old-time putting green with a hickory club and see what's in the lockers of the Hall's legends, including Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and Lee Trevino. Play on the 18-hole grass putting course and see a film in the IMAX Theater, the Southeast's largest IMAX 3D digital screen. Visit
Florida St. Augustine

St. Augustine, Florida -

America's oldest city, St. Augustine is a beautiful destination with historic homes, churches, forts and museums. Walk the cobblestone streets of the charming historic district to quaint shops, cafes, and bars. Explore cultural landmarks and attractions including Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Fort Matanzas, Flagler College, and Lightner Museum that illuminate the history, adventure, and romance of the Old City.

Overlooking Mantazas Bay, Fort Matanzas National Monument is a limestone watchtower built by the Spanish in 1695 to protect the city. Discover 43 miles of pristine beach and the Intercoastal Waterway, and enjoy fishing, boating, diving, surfing, parasailing, and water sports. Visit or

Jacksonville Area Shopping & Dining


St. Johns Town Center

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Riverside Arts Market

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Alhambra Dinner Theater

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Dave & Buster's

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St. Augustine Premium Outlets

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Jacksonville Florida Attractions

 
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