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14670 Duval Road, Jacksonville, United States
1201 Riverplace Boulevard, Jacksonville, United States
225 East Coast Line Dr, Jacksonville, United States
1515 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, United States
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370 Zoo Pkwy, Jacksonville, Florida, United States
This 73-acre park is the only zoo in Florida's northeast.
829 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, Florida, United States
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is the largest fine arts museum in northeast Florida and has more than 6,000 objects in its permanent collection. The museum is home to a highly regarded collection of European masters and American impressionists, a world-renowned collection of 18th century Meissen porcelain, and more than two-and-one half acres of historic gardens along the St. Johns River. Art Connections, the museum's nationally recognized education center, provides hands-on art experiences for visitors of all ages.
12157 Heckscher Drive, Jacksonville, Florida, United States
On Little Talbot Island, construction of the Timucuan State and National Parks Multi-Use Trail is underway. The first phase of the trail will span more than 2 miles through coastal habitat of Little Talbot Island.
11255 Fort George Road, Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Ride a Segway on Florida's state park trails through their natural, untouched island habitat.