208 North Ohio Avenue
Live Oak, FL 32064
Thomas Skierski, Vice-president
The museum features displays on the area's first inhabitants from 12,000 years ago. It also includes a re-creation of a 16th-century Timucuan village and exhibits on animals indigenous to the north central Florida region.
The mission of the Suwannee County Museum is the locating, collecting, preserving, recording and exhibiting of objects and artifacts illustrative of the history of Suwannee County and the northern part of Florida. We interpret these items for the purpose of cultural recreation and education for the citizens of Suwannee County and visitors to our area.
Documentation and records tracing the history of telecommunications in the area from the early 1900's. Area newspapers, school annuals and other sources of local history are available for review.
Interpretive tours are available for all areas of the museum with hands-on demonstration of systems in the Telephony exhibit.
Access: General Public
Appointment required: No
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