Jacksonville Information

Jacksonville Information

Beyond the majestic skyline of Downtown Jacksonville you’ll find quaint riverfront streets, lined with boutiques, Bed & Breakfasts and sidewalk cafes. Jacksonville boasts a plentiful amount of breathtaking, totally undeveloped natural landscape. There are miles of white sandy beaches to explore, and you’ll also find a true paradise for hiking, camping and water sports.

Along the stunning St. Johns riverfront, a burgeoning arts district rises from a diverse urban landscape, illuminating the heart of the city with sophisticated style. Consistently recognized as one of the Top 25 Arts Destinations in the country by American Style Magazine, the Jacksonville cultural scene is rapidly growing for both residents and visitors to enjoy. From its historic multicultural and film industry roots to world-class festivals, symphonic events and Broadway productions to hip art galleries and renowned museums hosting contemporary, Renaissance and up-and-coming masterpieces, experience cultural enlightenment in Northeast Florida.

The weather, the native flowers and trees, the riverfront, the ocean beaches, the architecture, the local theater and Symphony Orchestra, the sporting events, the many recreational possibilities, all add up to an ideal vacation at any time of the year for visitors of all ages and interests.