Things to do in Jacksonville
- 46 reviews
Great location right on the St. Johns River. Live music on many weekends set up near the fountain in the middle. Very enjoyable party. Crazy crowds with wristbands and plastic cups of beer. Very crowded, but offers some good places to eat, shop and several high-end hotels are also within walking distance. Lots of sail and motor boats tie up ...Popular withWellnessOutdoor
- 63 reviews
The shopping area is a large complex, built in a downtown, park-like setting with benches, fountains, hot dog carts, sidewalks and street lamps adding the atmosphere as you walk, shop and dine. There is a large, varied selection of both Department (Target, Dillards) and boutique shops and piped in music. It is wonderful early on a Sunday but gets busier ...
- 73 reviews
The Suns are affiliated with the Florida Marlins. This stadium is 1st class for a AAA team. The Bragan Family has made this team and its home games one of the best family friendly events in Jacksonville. Friday night fireworks and a big screen movie. Thirsty Thursdays are always a great time.Popular withFamilies
- 93 reviews
Welcome to Fort George Island Cultural State Park Native Americans feasted here, colonists built a fort, and the Smart Set of the 1920s came for vacations. A site of human occupation for over 5,000 years, Fort George Island was named for a 1736 fort built to defend the southern flank of Georgia when it was a colony. Today´s visitors come ...Popular withOutdoor
- 113 reviews
Fort Caroline National Memorial is part of US National Park Services park units. It has several location around the Jacksonville area. Disability Access and Disability parking will vary from location to location. You will need about 4 to 6 hours to visit all the sites.Popular withHistoryBudget
- 152 reviews
Guided Kayak EcoTours Northeast Florida offers thousands of acres of tranquil inland marshes, secluded sandy beaches, and winding bike trails to explore on one of our many guided kayaking, biking, or stand up paddle board Eco Tour. All guided kayak tours are beginner friendly.
- 182 reviews
This is a fun way to spend an afternoon but definitely avoid going on the community outreach days where it can get so crowded you can't appreciate the size of the place. You can take a free tour or sign-up for the more in-depth beermaster-led tour for a minimum amount. Free beer samples afterwards and a cute gift-shop provide a ...Popular withBudget