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Jacksonville Quick Guide

The riverfront city of Jacksonville, Florida is located along the St. Johns River in the northeastern corner of the state - "where Florida begins," as the slogan goes - and was named in honor of General Andrew Jackson.

At 841 square miles, Jacksonville is the largest city in the contiguous United States, size-wise. This sprawling metropolis is also the most populous part of the Sunshine State and is a major hub of industry and commerce in the South.

Jacksonville's economy is driven by the finance and insurance industries, as well as trade, transportation and utility services.

Jacksonville City Hall is located at 117 W. Duval Street. The best way for citizens to gain access to city services is by calling City Line at (904) 630-CITY (2489).

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Where to Go in Jacksonville

Because of its Northeast Florida location, Jacksonville is spared from the state's notorious humidity. Its temperate weather and white sand beaches appeal to outdoorsy types; surfing, kayaking and other water sports reign year-round. With award-winning courses and the World Golf Hall of Fame nearby, Jacksonville is a destination that golf enthusiasts flock to throughout the year.

Jacksonville has numerous parks for nature-lovers to explore. Unspoiled wilderness is the focal point at the Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve, home of the Fort Caroline National Memorial, Kingsley Plantation and Theodore Roosevelt Natural Area.

Animal lovers flock to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens or the St. Augustine Alligator Farm.

Things to Do in Jacksonville

Since the St. John's River cuts through downtown, it paves the way for lively riverwalks on each side. The Jacksonville Landing, a trendy one-stop entertainment, shopping and dining destination, is a riverfront attraction that many tourists and locals can't miss.

Jacksonville's cultural landscape includes a wealth of art, history and science museums for knowledge seekers of all ages, including the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens and the Museum of Science and History. With several stunning historic neighborhoods and one of the biggest collections of Prairie style homes outside the Midwest, the city is architecturally intriguing too.

Craving a unique experience? Visit the Peterbrooke Chocolatier Production Center and see how the delectable delights are made. Or learn about the beer-making process while on an Anheuser-Busch Brewery tour.

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