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Jacksonville, FL Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 121
Total Sleeping Rooms 14,059
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 951
Committable Meeting Rooms* 41
Convention Center Space 275,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 78,500 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 10,140 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $91
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $51
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $184
*Maximum for a single hotel

Jacksonville, FL Things to Do and Attractions

Beaches Museum and History Center

The Beaches Museum and History Center provides an in-depth look at the history and culture of the beaches so synonymous with the Jacksonville region. Photographs, artifacts and more bring to life the people and events that shaped beaches Atlantic,

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Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

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Located about five minutes from downtown, the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens has been enthralling visitors since 1961 from its location at the former home of Arthur and Ninah Cummer. As northeast Florida's biggest fine arts museum, it boasts a

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Huguenot Memorial Park

Named after the Huguenot French settlers who first colonized the region, the 295-acre Huguenot Memorial Park remains a Jacksonville hotspot for outdoor recreation. Actually a horseshoe-shaped peninsula, the park is surrounded by the Ft. George Inlet,

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Jacksonville Golf

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Florida is known for being home to some of the nation's most spectacular golf courses, and Jacksonville certainly does not disappoint. With 1,220 holes of golf speckled among over 70 public and private courses, golfers have no trouble finding a

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Jacksonville Landing

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Often compared to Boston's Faneuil Hall and Miami's Bayside, the $43 million Jacksonville Landing has made a name for itself among locals as the place for shopping, dining and entertainment. Guests can shop at brand name retailers or pick up a unique

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Jacksonville Maritime Museum

Located on the Southbank Riverwalk, the Jacksonville Maritime Museum features a collection of maritime artifacts dating from the early French settlers up to present-day. Exhibits feature models of ships that have passed through Jacksonville's

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Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

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Home to over 1,500 animals and 1,000 plant varieties, Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens has been constantly growing and improving with the addition of new exhibits and programs. Visitors can escape to the lush African oasis at the beautiful Savanna Blooms

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Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

Visitors to Jacksonville looking for a quiet, relaxing retreat need look no further than the beautiful Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park. With a popular 1.5-mile beach, an assortment of nature trails perfect for hiking, scenic picnic areas and great fishing

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Little Talbot Island and Big Talbot Island State Parks

An ideal place to enjoy the sunny sands of Florida in peace, Little Talbot Island offers five miles of white sand beaches and, on its western side, a maritime forest, dunes and salt marshes. Visitors can hike, kayak, picnic, camp or fish in the

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Metropolitan Park

Location along the St. Johns River, the sprawling 27-acre Metropolitan Park is an ideal spot to enjoy the best Jacksonville has to offer in outdoor recreation and entertainment. The venue hosts many annual events such as the Jacksonville Jazz

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Museum of Contemporary Art

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Known to locals as MOCA, the six-story Museum of Contemporary Art at Jacksonville is housed in the historic Western Union Telegraph Building downtown. Completely renovated and re-opened in late 2003, the museum is now home to five rotating exhibition

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Museum of Science and History

The Museum of Science and History in Jacksonville offers a plethora of interactive exhibits sure to entertain visitors of all ages. The Currents of Time Exhibit details 12,000 years of Jacksonville history, while the Florida Naturalist Exhibit

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Ritz Theatre and La Villa Museum

Over 140 years ago, the La Villa plantation in northeast Florida began to grow as a haven for formerly enslaved people. Though the culturally diverse area once known as "Harlem of the South" experienced ups and downs over the years, it underwent a

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Theatre Jacksonville

Founded in 1919, Theatre Jacksonville is Florida's longest-running community theater. Renovated in 2000, the majestic Art Deco structure has served as host to a variety of performances, from classic plays to modern pieces to original, independent

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Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

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The 46,000 acres of the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve are home to one of the only remaining unspoiled coastal Wetlands along the Atlantic Ocean. At the visitor center, guests learn about the area's ecosystem and the human impact on the

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Bistro AIX

Hip and trendy, Bistro AIX (pronounced "x") is certainly Jacksonville's place to see and to be seen. Shiny copper-covered ceilings, exposed brick and an efficient, unobtrusive wait staff all help to meet the owners' goal of an exciting atmosphere

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Chizu Japanese Steak & Seafood House

Voted Best Sushi by Jacksonville magazine for 10 continuous years, Chizu aims to provide diners with an authentic Japanese experience, from the food to the table setting. Guests can grab a seat in front of the Teppan-Yaki grills to watch master chefs

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Matthew's

Located in the fashionable San Marco neighborhood, Matthew's expansive gourmet menu has received rave reviews. Chef Matthew Medure combines cultures and regions to create the fusion of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Southern and Asian cuisine offered

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River City Brewing Company

Situated along the St. Johns River, River City Brewing Company is known as much for its menu as for its breathtaking waterfront views. In the main dining room, guests can enjoy selections from an extensive menu of fresh seafood, quality steaks and

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