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Fort Pierce, Florida
Science
To provide informative exhibits , publications, and educational programs which communicate to a diverse public the exciting aspects of marine biology and technology, and the state-of-the-art science being pursued at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution. To provide an intellectual setting for meetings, a high-quality marine-oriented gift shop, and research and teaching collections of biological specimens of local importance.
Palm Beach, Florida
Art, History, Historic House
Completed in 1902, Whitehall, Henry Flagler's Palm Beach estate, is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public as the Flagler Museum. Highlights include tours, exhibits, and Flagler's railcar.
Miami, Florida
Art, Culture
The Haitian Heritage Museum is proposed to be an approximately 60,000 sf structure that facilitates a diverse series of program functions. The first, and most prominent, will be the Museum component which will feature a variety of spaces that hosts fine Haitian visual arts exhibitions, and an area that accommodates the historic, and contemporary Haitian literary works.
Daytona Beach, Florida
History
Housed in the former 100 year old 1910 Merchants Bank building, the Halifax Historical Museum exhibits depict local history beginning in 5,000 BC with the Timucuan Indians, the Seminole Native Americans and includes the Civil War, Victorian Era and up to the present day. There is a Racing Zone that covers beach/road racing in Daytona Beach, Ormand Beach and Daytona Beach Shores. The War Zone covers World War I & II in Daytona Beach, FLorida.
Daytona Beach, Florida
Historical Society
Jasper, Florida
Historical Society
DeLand, Florida
Gainesville, Florida
Art, Culture, University
The Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida opened in 1990. The Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion opened in October 2005 and includes exhibition space, a café and classrooms. An expansive addition dedicated to the conservation, display and interpretation of Asian art opened in March 2012.
Orlando, Florida
Botanical Garden, History
The mission of Harry P. Leu Gardens is to inspire people to appreciate and understand plants, the environment of Central Florida, and the Gardens' historic significance.
Mims, Florida
Art, Culture, History, Library, Park
Dedicated to preserving African American history, it is a repository of Moore family artifacts, historical documents, and currently features a timeline of strategic events of the pre-civil rights era beginning with slavery.
Hawthorne, Florida
Art, History, Historic House
The building housing Hawthorne's museum was built in 1907 as a church for one of the town's African-American congretations. Visitors will find relics from the office of an early town doctor, memorabilia from the career of Rep. Sidney Martin and items illustrating the heyday of the turpentine distillery.
Fort Pierce, Florida
Art, Botanical Garden, History
5 acre sub-tropical garden featuring vernacular architecture and collections of palms, bromeliads, orchids, herbs, bonsai and other plants. Gift shop on site. 64-acre expansion underway. Recently received 100 Bonsai from Bonsai Master Jim Smith. Display will be opened late April.
Tampa, Florida
History
Valparaiso, Florida
History
The purpose of the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida is to collect and preserve material culture pertaining to the region’s history, to illuminate economic and social history through research and exhibits, and to inspire interest in Florida’s heritage by offering educational programs and services to the public.
Brooksville, Florida
History, Historic House
To collect, preserve, restore, arrange and display articles depicting pioneer life in the County of Hernando and the State of Florida.
Jupiter, Florida
Art
Please see website for museum info and history.
Sebring, Florida
History
To educate general visitors on the history of the Civilian Conservation Corps and the need to preserve both the heritage of the CCC and our natural and cultural resources. The CCC Festival held each year gives visitors an opportunity to talk to some of the men who worked during late 1930s and early 1940s to build and maintain parks throughout the country.
Sebring, Florida
Art
To promote the study and appreciation and development of the arts in their many forms and to provide a program whereby the community may benefit from such purposes.
Thonotosassa, Florida
Nature Centers
Provide resource-based recreation while preserving, interpreting and restoring natural and cultural resources.
Homestead, Florida
Culture, History, Historic House, Library
The Museum is located in the original Town Hall building, built in 1916-1917. We have photographs of historic places and people, the 1924 American LaFrance fire engine that belonged to the City of Homestead, books for sale, a research library, a website, and keyword-searchable copies of many of the early Homestead newspapers, dating from 1912.
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