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Established in 1994, the Lake Alfred Historical Society's mission is to provide and protect our city's history and heritage for present and future generations.
Lake Alfred, FL
The Lake Mary Museum exists to promote the history of the city and the surrounding area; efforts to maintain and enhance the museum are accomplished by members of the Lake Mary Historical Society and other volunteers. The museum houses a collection of documents, photographs, artifacts, and material related to the local history, art and legacy.
Lake Mary, FL
Type(s): Art History
Explore a 50-acres of beautiful cultivated gardens with over 40 diverse plant collections from around the world. Located in the heart of the gardens is the Historic Leu House Museum, tours of the home are given Tuesday - Sunday, 10 am - 1 pm.
Type(s): Gardens Historic Home
The Lightner Museum is housed in the former Alcazar Hotel, built in 1888 by Henry Morrison Flagler. Home to one of the premier collections of fine and decorative 19th-century and early 20th-century art in the country. The five floors display furnishings, paintings, Victorian art glass, cut and blown glass, and natural history specimens.
St. Augustine, FL
Type(s): Art Gardens Historic Home History
Lilian Place Heritage Center is 2.5 acres of historic riverfront property which has been preserved for the community. Lilian Place 1884 Museum is open daily (except Tuesday). The 1905 Hotchkiss House is available for rent for weddings and parties and hosts Victorian Tea on the 3rd Tuesday monthly and History Winedown on the 3rd Wednesday monthly.
Daytona Beach, FL
The Manatee Observation and Education Center is a waterfront environmental education and wildlife viewing center located on Florida's east coast in beautiful downtown Fort Pierce. We are a not-for-profit organization operated by four full-time staff members and over 100 volunteers. The Center lies just west of the Atlantic ocean and straddles the nationally recognized Indian River Lagoon, a saltwater estuary, and Moore's Creek, a freshwater tributary. The site is a historical congregating place for Florida manatees as a result of warm water effluent from the long-retired Henry B. King Power Plant. While the plant is no longer there, it continues to be a congregating place for manatees and visitors alike. Come inside the Center to learn about manatees and other wild animals, Florida's diverse habitats, and much more. Explore hands-on exhibits and informational displays that are both fun and educational. Stand along the covered observation walkway or climb the second story observation tower for your chance to see Florida's "Gentle Giants" resting or playing in Moore's Creek. You may also see a variety of other wildlife including the Bottlenose Dolphin, Mullet, Brown Pelicans, and Terns. Stroll through the Center's gardens where red, yellow, and purple flowers abound. We are striving to replace exotic plants with native plants to attract Florida's colorful butterflies. Visit our latest installment - the Florida native butterfly garden - complete with accessible hand-constructed arbors, mosaic benches from local artists, and more along the beautiful Moore’s Creek in Downtown Fort Pierce.
Fort Pierce, FL
Preserve Real Places, Tell Real Stories: Manatee Village Historical Park's buildings are furnished to display what life was like in early Florida. Our mission is to preserve and share the heritage of Manatee County’s founding period (1840-1918) through our museum and collection of historical artifacts and buildings.
Located on the beautiful St. Johns River in the 10-acre Walter Jones Historical Park, the Mandarin Museum & Historical Society takes visitors back to old Florida through historic buildings and fascinating stories of Mandarin's past. Open 9-4 every Saturday. See complete schedule at www.mandarinmuseum.net
Type(s): Art Historic Home History Park
Long famous for its Key Marco Cat — one of the most remarkable and influential discoveries in North American archaeology — the Marco Island Historical Museum explores Southwest Florida’s Calusa Indians and brings this vanished civilization to life with informative displays and an exciting recreated village scene. Permanent and traveling exhibits trace the settlement of this subtropical island paradise from its early pioneer roots as a fishing village, pineapple plantation and clam cannery, through its explosive growth and development in the 1960s by the Miami-based Deltona Corporation.
Marco Island, FL
The Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries is an academic teaching museum consisting of two main galleries showcasing about five international, national and regional exhibitions each year. The galleries host events, talks, lectures, workshops, and guided tours for art students, community events, K-12 students, educators, and artists.