Tallahassee Museum 360-degree Photos
Check out these eight (8) amazing 360-degree panoramic images at the Tallahassee Museum, which show some of the various old historical buildings on the property that I captured on my visit on November 30th, 2019. Have a look around each of the eight panoramic images, make sure to look up and down as well. Use the thumbnail rail to change panoramics.
Double click on the tour for fullscreen mode.
Camera – Canon 6d mkii
Lens – Canon 8-15mm f4
Tripod – Manfrotto 055XPROB Pro Aluminum Tripod
Pano Head – Customized Nodal Ninja R1, Advanced Rotator
If you have any questions about how I create these panoramic images, please leave a comment below.
About the museum
The Tallahassee museum sits on just over 50 acres of beautiful Florida lands and Lake Bradford. This nonprofit outdoor museum is an iconic landmark in Tallahassee for over 60 years. Since the museum has ranked as one of Florida’s top museums, it should be on your list of stops if you are in the area. Expect to enjoy living exhibits of native Florida wildlife, learning exhibits, walking nature trails, gardens, and rare historic buildings. Guests are encouraged to discover and learn about North Florida’s natural environment, rich history, and diverse cultural communities during their visit. They should expect to take 2-5 hours to enjoy the museum in full.
The internationally acclaimed exhibit, Jim Gary’s Twentieth Century Dinosaurs, also calls the Museum home. These vividly colored dinosaurs sculpted from recycled car parts, evoke thoughts about art, science, and sustainability.
From amazing native animals and rare historic buildings to beautiful natural scenery to exciting public programs, special events, and educational programs, there’s something here for everyone.