Eustis Historical Museum
536 North Bay Street, Eustis, FL 32726 - United States
The Museum is located in the Clifford House located at the corner of Bay and Bates Streets in Eustis, Fl. A graceful antebellum style, complete with a deep porch that extends across its’ facade and around much of one side. It’s double-columned, pediment two-story entry speak volumes of easy living in a long-ago South. The eighteen room mansion dates from 1911 featuring a balustrade “window’s walk.” A 4,500 square-foot neo-classical structure took almost two years to build. Located on the grounds is the Citrus Museum, which contain many historical photographs and artifacts from the citrus industry in and around Eustis.
Historical artifacts from Eustis and Lake County, Florida beginning in 1874 to present.
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