Marco Island, Florida
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House
Long famous for its Key Marco Cat - one of the most remarkable and influential discoveries in North American archaeology- the new Marco Island Historical Museum will explore Southwest Florida's Calusa Indians and bring this vanished civilization to life with informative displays and an exciting recreated village scene.
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
Marion County Museum showing 12,000 years of history.
Vero Beach, Florida
Information on - History of 1715 Spanish Plate Fleet
Key West, Florida
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, General, History, Historical Society, Library, Military, Nature Centers, Science, Specialized
The Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society operates a two thousand square foot conservation laboratory that specializes in conserving underwater archaeological artifacts. This means all the artifacts that are either recovered from our archaeological expeditions or are donated are conserved on premises.
Archaeological Site and Living History Museum. Mission San Luis transports visitors to a community where Apalachee Indians and Spaniards were drawn together by religion, military and economic purposes. Today visitors to San Luis discover a re-created colonial town including a Franciscan church, friary, Hispanic village, Apalachee council house and a fort, Castillo de San Luis. A new visitor center houses a catering hall seating 250, theatre, classrooms, and a gift shop.
Fort Myers Beach, Florida
Archaeology, History, Historic House
An underground archaeological exhibit -Stories Beneath Our Feet is now open. The historic home on the property is under restoration to ca. 1921.
Archaeology, Cemetery, General, History, Historical Society
To preserve the history of Seminole County Florida through displays, maps, artifacts, documents and memorabilia and to educate the public through exhibits, special events, lectures and activities.
Pine Island Center, Florida
Archaeology, History, Natural History
Dedicated to preserving Pine Island's past for the future. The past includes fossils, pre-Columbian artifacts, the Calusa Indians, the arrival of the Spanish, the early fishermen, settlers, development and history of the islands in our immediate area.