Address
301 East Park Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32301
phone: 850-922-2459
fax: 850-413-7261
e-mail: bwcotellis@dos.state.fl.us
web: www.flheritage.com/museum/sites/knotthouse
Hours
Knott House Museum
Wednesday - Friday1 PM - 4 PM
Saturday10 AM - 4 PM
Sunday - Tuesdayclosed
Admission is with guided tours given on the hour. Closed in August. Group tours are available at other times by appointment.
Admissions
Free
Donations gratefully accepted. Group tours for $1.00 per person.
Museum Type(s)
Staff
Beatrice Cotellis, Site Manager
Ivy Rieger, Intern
phone: 229-377-9103
Janessa McGowens, Educator
phone: 850-922-2459

Description

The Knott House Museum contains permanent and rotating exhibits on Tallahassee’s past. The house reflects local history through the lives of the William and Luella Knott family and friends. Learn about Mrs. Knott’s poetry, Mr. Knott’s politics and their son Charlie’s quail hunting expeditions as you tour the home. Although, the house was built in 1843, it has been restored its 1928 appearance. Open Wednesday-Friday 1:00 - 4:00, Saturday 10:00 - 4:00. Free admission.

Mission

To preserve, collect, and interpret the Knott House, its owners, and its contents as they relate to the history of Tallahassee, Leon County, and Florida in the years 1843 through 1985. Primary focus of public interpretation is the period 1928 through 1941.

Governance

State

ADA

Call to reserve handicapped parking in staff lot.

Wheelchair Accessible

Parking

Restrooms