Steps away from the Governor’s Mansion in Tallahassee is a home that has seen its share of state leaders too. The Grove – first built in 1840 by territorial Governor Richard Keith Call – has served as a private residence, an impromptu Governor’s Mansion in the 1950’s, and now a museum preserved for visitors and maintained by Florida’s Division of Historical Resources.


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