Best Places To Visit In Jacksonville Part 2

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville


The Art museum has changing exhibition galleries along with permanent works & a children’s area.

Location: 333 N Laura St, Jacksonville, FL 32202, USA


Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum


It is a museum in Jacksonville, Florida and considered as one of ten Karpeles Manuscript Library Museums in the United States.

Location: 101 W 1st St, Jacksonville, FL 32206, USA


Huguenot Memorial Park


This seaside park has 70 primitive campground sites, a playground, picnic areas & fishing.

Location: 10980 Heckscher Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32226, USA


Treaty Oak


It is an octopus-like Southern live oak in Jacksonville, Florida. The tree is estimated to be 250 years old and considered as single oldest living thing in Jacksonville, predating the founding of the city by Isaiah Hart during the 1820s.

Location: Jacksonville, FL 32207, USA


Players-By-The-Sea Theatre


Jacksonville Beach offers a first-class community theater with wonderful productions from drama, comedy, and musicals.

Location:106 6th Street North Jacksonville Beach, Florida


Guana Tolomato Mantazas Reserve


It is located on Highway A1A just south of Ponte Vedra Beach. This scenic and versatile 2,200-acre reserve is good for hiking, bicycling, salt water and fresh water fishing, bird watching, beach access and parking. Its park is located on a barrier island that is bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by the Intra-Coastal Waterway. The park contains a variety of habitats that are home to a diversity of wildlife. There are more than 240 species of birds that have been identified, including bald eagle and osprey. The park is open seven days a week.

Location: 505 Guana River Road Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida




The Marineland is the world’s first oceanarium which hosts a 1.3 million gallon series of dolphin habitats. You can see dolphins up-close in their aquatic world or even swim with the beautiful creatures. There are different programs to choose from.

Location: 9600 Oceanshore Blvd. St. Augustine, FL 32080


Anheuser-Busch Brewery


Anheuser-Busch operates one of 12 breweries in its nationwide system in Jacksonville. The brewery has the capacity to produce 8.3 million barrels of beer annually and has undergone a number of plant modernizations and expansions in the past decade. There are more than 50,000 tourists visit the Jacksonville brewery tour center every year to see how Anheuser-Busch products are brewed and packaged. During the tours, guests who are 21 years of age or older are invited to enjoy a complimentary taste of Anheuser-Busch products in the Hospitality Room. Soft drinks and snacks also are served. A retail store also offers a selection of Anheuser-Busch merchandise.

Location: 111 Busch Drive, Jacksonville, Florida


Best Places To Visit In Jacksonville Part 1

Best Places To Visit In Jacksonville Part 1

Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens


It is a public museum in Jacksonville, Florida. The collection is especially strong in European and American paintings and is supplemented by substantial holdings of Meissen porcelain.

Location: 829 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204, USA


Hanna Park


It is a 1.5-mile public beach and city park in Jacksonville, Florida. It is located at Mayport in the Jacksonville Beaches area.

Location: 500 Wonderwood Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32233, USA


Friendship Fountain


It is a large fountain in Jacksonville, Florida. It is located in St. Johns River Park at the west end of Downtown Jacksonville’s Southbank Riverwalk attraction.

Location: 1015 Museum Cir, Jacksonville, FL 32207, USA


Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens


It is located in Jacksonville, Florida and sits at the mouth of the Trout River. The zoo occupies approximately 117 acres and has more than 2,000 animals and 1,000 plants in its collection.

Location: 370 Zoo Pkwy, Jacksonville, FL 32218, USA


Little Talbot Island State Park


It is a Florida State Park located on Little Talbot Island, 17 miles northeast of Jacksonville on State Road A1A. The park covers the entire 2,500-acre island. It lies to the immediate north.

Location: 11009 Heckscher Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32226, USA


Fort Caroline


National park in Jacksonville, Florida · Arlington –  It was one of the first French colonies in the present-day United States, located on the banks of the St. Johns River in what is now Jacksonville, Florida.

Location12713 Ft Caroline Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32225, USA


Metropolitan Park


It is a 32-acre, urban waterfront park located on the north bank of the St. Johns River in Downtown Jacksonville, Florida. It is projected to be the eastern terminus of the northbank Jacksonville Riverwalk.

Location: 1410 Gator Bowl Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32202, USA


Fort Clinch State Park


It is a Florida State Park, located on a peninsula near the northernmost point of Amelia Island, along the Amelia River.

Location: 2601 Atlantic Ave, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034, USA


Hemming Park


It is a 1.54-acre public park, located in the heart of the government center in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. Originally a village green, it was the first and is the oldest park in the city.

Location: 117 W Duval St, Jacksonville, FL 32202, USA


Riverside Park


It is an 11.4-acre public park, located in the heart of Riverside, one of the most historic neighborhoods near downtown Jacksonville, Florida. It is the second oldest park in the city

Location: 753 Park St, Jacksonville, FL 32204, USA


Hands On Children’s Museum


Interactive & hands-on exhibits including a castle, grocery store & other kid-friendly play areas

Location: 8580 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32216, USA