A magical movie night under the stars, outside of Florida’s historic Capitol!
The Historic Capitol Museum invites fans of all ages to join us this fall to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the opening of Disney World on October 1, 2021, with a series of magical Movie Nights under the stars enjoying classic Disney films. The series kick-off features National Treasure (2004; PG). Follow treasure hunter Benjamin Franklin Gates as he delves into the past to solve a mystery in the present. Historic sites, figures, and legends—even a familiar foundational document--provide the path to a treasure of mythical proportions.
Bring your favorite lawn chairs or blanket for seating in the Capitol Courtyard and picnic dinners are welcome. The movie and snacks are free! The movie will begin at sundown (approximately 8:00 p.m.), but arrive early to set-up your spot and visit the Museum’s exhibits after-hours.
Be sure to RSVP as Going in the Facebook event at https://bit.ly/treasuremovienight so that you receive all the latest event updates including weather delays.
This free program is made possible by sponsors Disney, Tallahassee Downtown, Florida TaxWatch, and Dr. Ed H. Moore and Kathleen Moore.
The Historic Capitol is located in the Capitol Complex, at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and South Monroe Street. Although the museum does not have dedicated parking, there are several parking lots in the area. There is a large public parking garage in Kleman Plaza, close to the Capitol Complex. When the legislature is in session, parking can be especially challenging. Spaces for visitors with disabilities are located on west side of the House Office Building in the north side loading zone.