Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee

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Florida State University offers a unique academic environment built on our cherished values, distinctive heritage, and welcoming campus. Florida State has it all, offering nationally-ranked academics, world-renowned faculty, championship athletics, and a prime location in the heart of the state capital. And we're the oldest continuous site of higher education in Florida!

Combining traditional strength in the arts and humanities with recognized leadership in the sciences, our university is privileged to provide 16 colleges that offer more than 275 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, professional and specialist degree programs, and it’s worth noting that each year FSU awards over 2,000 graduate and professional degrees. Upon graduation, our students join an exclusive and supportive network of more 300,000 alumni around the world.

Florida State University's arts programs rank among the finest in the world. We also offer a wide array of undergraduate and graduate research opportunities, including those at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory – the only national lab in the state.

Interested in learning more about Florida State? Visit http://fsu.edu/about/.
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  • Florida State Parliament Building Tallahassee | Florida State Capitol Address: Monroe Street Tallahassee, FL 32399 The United States has a lot of fun places, but the personal favorite is Florida State, so will also value the introduction of the network red card point here. Tallahassee, the state capital of Florida, has a fairly small network of red-card points, the local state capitol. The overall style of the building has a strong geometric sense of the line, making it ideal for taking pictures. The decoration style of the Houses of Parliament has restored the appearance of that era for 1902 years, with a fresh décor of red and white stripes and a strong sense of campus style, which young people like very much. Watch: A history museum hidden in the Houses of Parliament showcases Florida State's political development, allowing people to remember this brilliant moment and protect its existence. On the first floor there is the historic Capitol Gallery. Photo point: ★ The side of the building promenade, which is a very high promenade, the depth of the effect is very good, so it is very suitable to stand in the middle of the photo. ★ The window of the building, because the wall is relatively white, the background is relatively clean, the window of the occlusion is vertical stripes, so it is very suitable for taking pictures, can also be tried at other angles. ★ The main entrance of Parliament House, two symmetrical trees, can also take good pictures. The Senate hall and staircase in the ★ Pavilion are also good places to take photos, and the stairs can be overhead, and the Senate hall can hold the semicircle in the corner. ❤ Warm tip: ♥ ︎ free to visit, but no parking spaces are available. Museum time and admission Monday to Friday 9:00-4:30 Saturday 10:00-4:30 Sunday and Holiday Noon-4:30 (on Thanksgiving and Christmas break) ♥ ︎3--4 month to the Parliament House, there will be a show on the 4 floor.
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  • On a recent visit we found an exhibit about the effect on marine life in the Gulf in the wake of the oil spill disaster. It was in the final stages of installation before the opening, and we had the o...  more »
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  • The students work very hard on their artwork and the artist that has a show on are always interesting.
  • A little known gem on the FSU campus. Definitely worth a visit, especially so if you're interested in art.

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