Street Address
165 First Street
PO Box 91 (mail)
Geneva, FL 32732
Mailing Address
Geneva Historical & Genealogical Society, Inc.
PO Box 91
Geneva, FL 32732
Museum of Geneva History
Open 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month from 2-4 PM or by appointment.
Museum Type(s)
Gift Shop
Online Gift Shop
Group Tours
Bill Nygren, President
Mary Jo Martin, Chairman


Museum depicting early Central Florida history and more specifically the History of Geneva, Florida.


To preserve the history of the Village of Geneva, display Geneva artifacts for Geneva citizens, and promote the knowledge of Geneva's history.


Dedicated May, 1966 by Geneva Historical and Genalogical Society, Inc.

Artifacts Collections

archeology, music, store, farm, fishing, citrus, turpentine, crafts, husehold, military, Civil War

Research Collections

Genealogy, Civil War

Educational Programs

Annualy 5 classes of 4th graders walk to Museum for whole day of Geneva and Central Florida History. Also 4 classes of 2nd graders come for 1 hour of museum visit and fun. Annual Historic Bus Tour. Various historic programs from - Florida in Civil War to - Quilting.


    Board of Directors of Geneva Historical & Genalogical Society, Inc.


    Access: General Public, Students, Scholars, Members

    Appointment required: Yes


    History of Geneva, Florida and early Central Florida rural development.

    • Island of Geneva - Maps, Charts, Aerials.
    • The Making of A Village - A History of Geneva Florida.
    • A Place Called Geneva - History in Photographs.
    • The Religious Heritage of Geneva, Florida.
    • Steamboat Days of Geneva, Florida.
    • Annual Historical Society Yearbook
    • Removal of the Thrift Family to Geneva Treasureland.
    • Russian Immigrants in Geneva, Florida - 1877.


    Wheelchair Accessible


    Gift Shop

    Online Gift Shop

    Group Tours