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Delta Airlines Flights from New York (LGA) to Jacksonville (JAX)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on Delta Airlines, which operates 2 regularly scheduled daily non-stop flights from New York (LGA) to Jacksonville (JAX), departing between 12:35pm and 3:59pm, and 2 additional non-stop flights, departing between 9:04am and 9:00pm on select days of the week. Usually a Canadair Regional Jet is flown for this route. The average travel time from New York, NY to Jacksonville, FL is 2 hours and 53 minutes.

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During your Jacksonville vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Ritz Theatre & LaVilla Museum
From 1921 to 1971, the Ritz Theatre was the center of cultural life in LaVilla, an African-American neighborhood so vibrant that it was known as the Harlem of the South. Many entertainers played the Ritz before moving on to the Apollo Theater in the real Harlem. Most of LaVilla's small, clapboard "shotgun" houses (so called because you could fire a shotgun through the central hallway to the back room and not hit anything) have been torn down in anticipation of urban renewal, but the Ritz has been rebuilt and is once again a center of the city's cultural life. Only the northwest corner of the building, including the Ritz sign, is original, but the new 426-seat theater captures the spirit of vaudevillian times. Off the lobby, LaVilla Museum recounts local African-American history and exhibits the works of black artists.

Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Built on the grounds of a private Tudor mansion, this modestly sized but impressive museum is worth a visit for anyone who appreciates the visual arts. The permanent collection encompasses works from 2000 B.C. to the present. It's especially rich in American Impressionist paintings, 18th-century porcelain, and 18th-century Japanese woodblock prints. Personally, I find the art here a bit boring and too focused on landscapes, but that's my taste. Frankly -- and art snobs may gasp at this statement -- the actual landscaping of the museum is infinitely more spectacular. Don't miss the stunning Italian and English gardens set on the scenic St. Johns River. The museum hosts temporary and traveling exhibits and sponsors a multitude of activities during the year, so call ahead to see what's happening.

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens
Another city, another zoo. But this isn't just any zoo. Located between downtown and the airport, this environmentally sensitive zoo is well on its way to becoming one of the Southeast's best. While the zoo's Wild Florida area presents local fauna -- including black bears, red wolves, Florida panthers, and alligators -- the main exhibits feature an extensive and growing collection of lions, rhinos, elephants, antelopes, cheetahs, western lowland gorillas, and other African wildlife. You'll enter the 73-acre park through an authentic thatched roof built in 1995 by 24 Zulu craftsmen. Whether you go on foot or by tram, allow at least 3 hours to tour this vast zoo. Upon your arrival, ask about current animal shows and special events. Strollers and wheelchairs are available for rent. The newest attraction, Range of the Jaguar, opened in 2004 to the tune of $15.4 million. The exhibit focuses on a neotropical rainforest setting that can be found in Central or South America. Although this attraction spotlights the jaguar, you will also see other animals such as golden lion tamarins, tapirs, capybaras, giant river otters, anteaters, and a variety of bird, amphibian, fish, and reptile species including the anaconda.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Jacksonville area, including:

Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Beach Club
Swingers love this hotel. No, not that kind of swinger, but rather the kind that emulates Tiger Woods. One of the nation's largest golf resorts, this duffer's paradise is virtually surrounded by 99 holes, including the Pete Dye-designed TPC at Sawgrass, home of the annual Players Championship in March. In fact, this course has appeared on every golf critic's "best of" list since it opened in 1980. Overlooking the TPC's picturesque 13th hole, the seven-story hotel sits beside one of the lakes that make the course so challenging. The view augments the gourmet fusion cuisine served in the Augustine Grille, the hotel's signature restaurant. The guest rooms in the hotel are comfortable, but of modest size. Best for families are the fully equipped one- and two-bedroom "villa suites" (condominium apartments) on or near a golf course; these offer large furnished patios or balconies. Especially luxurious are the one- to three-bedroom beachfront units, which sport huge kitchens, living rooms with fireplaces, dining rooms, and large screened decks. A complimentary shuttle takes guests to the oceanside Cabana Beach Club for snacks and meals.Facilities: 6 restaurants; 4 bars; 3 outdoor pools (2 heated); 5 golf courses; 17 tennis courts; 2 health clubs; Jacuzzi; watersports equipment rentals; bike rental; children's programs; game room; concierge; activities desk; business center; limited room service; babysitting; laundry service; coin-op washers and dryers; concierge-level rooms.

Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
This luxurious 300-acre country club and spa is a great place to pamper yourself between rounds of golf or games of tennis. The inn is ultra-elegant from the moment you drive up to its manicured front lawn, which doubles as a putting green. The gorgeous spa offers oceanview massage, herbal and seaweed wraps, facials, hydrotherapy, and much more. A new three-story building in front of the original 1937 clubhouse contains an expansive lobby downstairs and spacious, upscale guest rooms upstairs. Across the road, the condominiums are located in two-story buildings along the beach. All have furnished patios or balconies and are individually decorated; some have four-poster or sleigh beds. The larger units have full kitchens, and microwaves and small fridges are available upon request. In addition to the inn's two 18-hole golf courses, its excellent tennis center, and its fully equipped gym with six-lane Olympic pool, guests can use the three beachside pools and other facilities at the nearby Lodge & Club at Ponte Vedra Beach . The Island House, a lodging favorite of guests since it was originally built in 1972, was razed in order to make way for a new and modern version: This Island House (opened in 2003) has 28 luxurious rooms and suites, all overlooking the famous Island 9th golf hole and blue lagoons. Note: There is a nightly gratuity charge of $12 per double room for the bellman, doorman, chambermaid, and valet-parking staff, so don't double tip.Facilities: 3 restaurants; 3 bars; indoor pool; golf courses; tennis courts; health club and spa; watersports equipment rentals; bike rental; children's programs (summer only); concierge; business center; 24-hr. room service; massage; babysitting; laundry service; coin-op washers and dryers.

Hilton Jacksonville Riverfront
Set on the Southbank Riverwalk, this 10-story tower is famous for its Elvis Presley Suite, where the King purportedly stayed half a dozen times between 1955 and 1976 when this establishment was known as the Jacksonville Hotel. Funny, but it still looks as if it's steeped in the 1970s. People don't seem to mind, though. If you can afford its $300-a-night price tag, you will see some of Elvis's million-seller gold records mounted on the walls -- and then you can watch his movies on one of the suite's two VCRs. It and the other units have dark-wood furniture and smallish marble bathrooms. Riverfront rooms have balconies (those on the west end catch traffic noise from the Main St. Bridge). A branch of Ruth's Chris Steak House offers extraordinarily tender beef.


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