This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Florida.
Oral narrations of docents, walking tour guides, lecturers and instructors who revive 4,000 years of history utilizing archival, architectural, photographic, and archaeological research.
Contains approximately 2,000 artifacts, 2,500 photographs and a library containing 200 volumes of local and Florida history and includes antique clothing, household tools and utensils used by pioneer families from the 1870’s through the 1900’s.
The history of the area with artifacts from early plantations and pioneer families as well as a photographic and postcard collection, and beach auto racing memorabilia.
Manages and operates three historic museums: The Key West Lighthouse and Keepers' Quarters, East Martello Civil War Fort and The Custom House Museum of Art and History. Includes details of exhibits, schedule, hours, fees, membership form and location.
Features two buildings situated on two acres. Includes virtual tour, hours of operation, photos, contacts and historical timeline. Located in Sanford.
An authentic collection of swords, antique guns, muskets, and Spanish, English, Colonial and shipwreck artifacts in St. Augustine.
The local history of the area through the display of historical artifacts, photographs, written records and aural histories.
Offers photos and historical information including an event calendar.
Offers a collection of almost 500 artifacts, including a treasure chest, coupled with interactive technology to tell the story of pirate life and navigation. Includes hours, rates, events, and directions to the location in Key West, Florida.
Offering exhibits, programs, and a collection of 30,000 artifacts of local interest. Includes details of displays, hours, admission, tours, membership details, volunteer opportunities, FAQs and directions.
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