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6535 Ramona Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32205
Phone: (904) 378-9779
Fax: (904) 378-9584
A strong belief in Bible and the presence of God is what Revival Center Church preaches. Kids' week, prayer camp and many bible teaching classes are conducted here. Spread over 12,000 square feet, the church has an auditorium with a huge seating capacity. There are frequent musical concerts by the members focusing on Christian music. The Paxon Revival Center Church has built many churches in other cities to spread the word of God all over the world.
Bold City Brewery is the result of Brian & Susan Miller's hard work and passion. Brewing began in 2002 and now Bold City Brewery has the honor of creating Jacksonville's own selection of Craft Beer. Bold City has its own Tap room and a menu that includes burgers, whole wings and pulled pork. Bold City enjoys hosting football / game parties and even private events. The brews that can be credited to them are the Killer White Cream Ale, Mad Manatee and the Smokey Porter. Visit website for more information.
Praising the Lord and lighting a candle of hope at the Abyssinia Missionary Baptist Church is surely going as close to Him as possible. Following religion with complete faith and responsibility is what they preach here, and lead by example with their involvement in community service. Of course, all of this for the betterment and service to mankind. Books and sermons, audio and video to guide you on the right path are available at the church store. Abyssinia New Sanctuary is located within the church.
Opened in 1961, this museum and art education center has handsome gardens with fragrant blooms, and peaceful, winding walkways. The permanent collection at Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens focuses on the history of art with exhibits spanning the eras from ancient times to the 20th century. Temporary exhibits are also presented throughout the year. The museum is located off I-95, and approximately five minutes from downtown.
Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church welcomes everyone with their promise of love and acceptance. The church touches lives with the power of the word of God. Their mission is 'Magnifying Jesus through worship and the Word, Moving believers in Jesus toward maturity and ministry, and Making Jesus known to our neighbors and the nations'. They also have bible studies and youth events and have a very engaging and loving community.
The Masonic Temple or the Masonic Temple, Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge PHA was built in 1900s. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, this building is also home to non-masonic establishments.
This charming riverside dining and entertainment boardwalk is a popular riverfront meeting place for locals and visitors alike. You will find a variety of restaurants, bars, shops, museums and a marina. Riverwalk is linked to area hotels, including the Wyndham Riverwalk and the Hampton Inn Jacksonville Central, making it easy for visitors to take a relaxing stroll while enjoying scenic views of the downtown skyline. Convenient water taxis shuttle people to the opposite and Jacksonville Landing's additional dining and shopping.
One of the world's tallest fountains, this spectacular piece of architecture is an impressive 200 feet in diameter and shoots water more than 120 feet into the air. At night, the colorful lighting turns the splashing waters into an animated, playful work of art. A lovely green space surrounds the fountain and comes complete with picnic tables and seating for relaxing and admiring the views of the St Johns River and city skyline. You will find the fountain next to the Museum of Science and History on Museum Circle.
Situated on the St. Johns River, this riverside playground features great restaurants and shopping opportunities. Jacksonville Landing's facade is a famed part of the Jacksonville skyline. Clothing, gifts, music and more fill the shops and a food court and wide variety of restaurants stave off starvation. Outdoor concerts and special events take place regularly at the Landing, making it a favorite gathering spot in the city for visitors and locals out to eat, drink and dance the night away.
W. A. Knight Building is located at Jacksonville, Florida. This is also known as Peninsular Building or Greenleaf & Crosby Annex. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on March 15, 2005.
The Jacksonville Public Library's Main Library branch is 300,000 sq. ft. The city's public libraries also includes twenty other regional and neighborhood branches. Easily the largest and most frequented, the Main Library does not offer food only for the mind but also presents one with manna for the soul in the form of poetry programs, book clubs, Sunday concerts and team programs for the community. Innovative initiatives like Book a Librarian and Ride to Read ensure a steadily increasing percentage of readers among the masses. The library also offers the visually or physically impaired the services of Braille books and other specialized help. The Main Library is that place in the city which not only helps you to be a well-read person but also guarantees a more evolved and involved community.
First Baptist Church of Jacksonville established in 1838 is the third oldest church in Jacksonville. The church was reconstructed in 1903, after a major fire gutted the core structure of the building. The church community has grown tremendously since its inception. Sunday Worship and Sunday School are popular with the faithfuls. The church also houses a library and bookstore.