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Things To Do in Jacksonville, FL

Times-Union Center for the Performing ArtsTimes-Union Center for the Performing Arts

The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts is a center for professional and community artistry in downtown Jacksonville. A cornerstone of the downtown area, this beautiful three-venue facility is committed to supporting a wide range of entertainment experiences at the highest level of professionalism.

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Museum Of Science And History JacksonvilleMuseum Of Science And History Jacksonville

Get ready to MOSH at the Museum Of Science And History Jacksonville. The super-charged, hands-on museum includes exhibits and attractions like "The Body Within," where visitors enter an over-sized model of the human body and explore what's inside. More fun around every corner is guaranteed at MOSH.

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Bent Creek Golf CourseBent Creek Golf Course

Don't miss Jacksonville's premier public golf course, the Bent Creek Golf Course. Exciting play is practically built in, thanks to the plush fairways with creeks and swales alongside. Besides the par 71 course, you'll also find a practice area, golf shop and restaurant.

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Kingsley PlantationKingsley Plantation

Get an up close view of life during and after the Civil War at the Kingsley Plantation, a former estate where free blacks and private owners lived until it fell under ownership to the State of Florida in 1955. The main house and slave cabins are preserved for historical tours.

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