We are a living history museum focusing on rural Florida history in the late 19th century. Our thirteen original structures were moved to our site from all over the state and include both public buildings and private homes.
Our dynamic museum programs allow you to step through our doorway into history. Perhaps you will churn and taste butter, help make a rope, spin wool into yarn, or maybe feel the soil as you help plant crops.
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