After moving to Jacksonville, the local movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage recommend that you take a trip downtown and check out some of the awe-inspiring sights. You will never run short of places to visit, and downtown is the perfect place to get acquainted with your new and magnificent city. Here is a good starting list to use as a guide.
Jacksonville Art Walk: This exhibit takes place on the first Wednesday of every month, and it hosts over sixty art venues for passersby to admire. It is a chance to spend the day absorbing culture, and perhaps gathering insight into the inner workings of the artistic process. The 150th Art Walk with Bold City Brewery is coming up, and Bold City Brewery plans on celebrating by providing Big John’s Apricot Wheat Ale at the gathering. There will be live music and tons of art venues this summer in Jacksonville.
Florida Theater: This is a historic American movie theater in downtown Jacksonville; it is one of the four remaining high-style movie palaces that were constructed in Florida during the 1920s. Its characteristic, Mediterranean revival architecture is a vintage style that is cherished by Floridians statewide. Today, the vicinity holds live entertainment venues, and it is the most popular theater in the Northeast of Florida.
Hemming Park: Hemming Park is the first and oldest public park in the city of Jacksonville. This public space used to be the grounds that held countless civil rights protests in the ‘60s. There are two fountains, as well as a main stage, and the city will hold many large events in the area for you to check out after moving to Jacksonville.