Area Attractions

All of Jacksonville’s best attractions are in our backyard. Stop by TIAA Bank Field for football, The First Tee of Jacksonville for golf and the Zoo and Gardens for your kids. We offer an innovative, eco-friendly bike service that reaches the Landing, Times-Union Center, Museum of Contemporary Art and Florida Theatre. But you may also choose to walk to these locations. You can even immerse yourself in seasonal local culture that includes jazz and orchestral performances, stage productions and One Spark innovators event.

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Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 32202

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Local Attractions

5 Points

Jacksonville’s Bohemian neighborhood packed to the brim with artists, creative minds and innovators.

Local Sports

TIAA Bank Field

See a Jaguar game at TIAA Bank Field while you’re in town. You’ll be amazed at the new renovations including the nation’s largest HD video screens.

Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

See what’s going on at the arena. From sports to concerts you’ll enjoy this facility and its entertainment while you’re in Jacksonville.

Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville like Bragan Field and Community First Park

These grounds feature 12 luxury skyboxes, four skydecks, two HD videoboards and a unique nine-foot high mound for seating at the left field corner.

Florida State College Jacksonville

Come see the FSCJ Blue Wave teams play volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball and tennis.

Food & Drink


Arts & Culture

Daily’s Place

Discover downtown Jacksonville’s newest entertainment destination, Daily’s Place Amphitheater. Daily’s Place sits adjacent to TIAA Bank Field hosting everything from major concerts to intimate events and festivals.

Parks & Recreation


Day Trips

Amelia Island

The ocean is an open invitation at Amelia Island, where outdoor activities like cruises and kayaks are a part of the landscape. Dig your toes into the sand of Fernandina Beach, go horse-back riding or explore Fort Clinch State Park.

St. Augustine

The oldest city in the country is a relic of old fortresses, ancient stories and ghost tales. Stop by classic haunts like the Pirate Museum and Alligator Farm before you walk down St. George Street for boutique shops, international cuisine and live music.

Jekyll Island

Marshes, maritime forests and beaches are immaculate off the coast of Georgia. Visit Jekyll Island for marine life and history lessons. The Jekyll Island Museum is right next to a Historic National Landmark District.

Daytona Beach

The beach is sparkling, the golf is top-notch and the sports are iconic. Everything comes together in Daytona: the Daytona International Speedway is next door to LPGA International and down the street from Jackie Robinson Ballpark.