• Downtown 1


    Downtown Jacksonville is a bustling urban center, filled with many interesting restaurants, shops and tourist attractions. The Jacksonville Museum of Science and History, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and the Friendship Park and Fountain can all be found in this district. Browse these offerings that sit alongside the River, a picturesque reminder of the city's historic ties to river life.

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    Fort George Island

    The area around the Mayport Naval Station and Fort George Island is home to many attractions, and is known for its beach life and many wildlife preserves. Huguenot Memorial Park, with its bird observatory and many hiking trails, as well as Fort Clinch State Park, attract visitors drawn to the great outdoors. Nearby Amelia Island, home to the tucked-away Amelia Island Plantation and the 200-acre Amelia...  Read more »

  • Riverside 3


    Visitors enjoy touring this upscale Jacksonville neighborhood that showcases some of the city's finest homes, many of which are listed on the National Register. A walking tour is available through the Riverside Avondale Preservation located in this area. Many restaurants and some of the best shopping can be found here, as well.

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    San Marco

    This unique neighborhood is an interesting mixture of lovely homes, most of them surrounding charming San Marco Square. Visitors enjoy the collection of shops and restaurants housed in quaint, 1920's Mediterranean revival buildings. Seasonal tours available.