Last updated: 7/12/2023
Fernandina Beach, Florida
233 South Third StreetFernandina Beach, FL 32034
phone: 904-261-7378
fax: 904-261-9701


Monday - Saturday
10 AM - 4 PM
1 PM - 4 PM


Adults $7
Students & Active Military $4


Phyllis Davis, Executive Director
phone: 904-261-7378 x101
Thea Seagraves, Education Director
phone: 904-261-7378 x105
Summer Bias, Curator
Helen Meyers, Media & Operations Manager
Jarrett Hill, Curator
Ronda Outler, Archivist

Amelia Island Museum of History Photo by Liz Taylor

Amelia Island Museum of History Tours; The Amelia Island Museum of history is the first spoken history museum in the state. We continue our story-telling tradition with a variety of tours that cater to many interests and age levels. Walking Tours and Docent-Led Museum Tours are scheduled regularly. Alternate tour times may be arranged for groups of four or more by contacting our Volunteer and Tour Director, Thea Seagraves at (904) 261-7378 (x105).

Fernandina Beach Pub Crawl; One ticket, four pubs, a wealth of historical information about downtown Fernandina & a good time for all! AIMH’s newest Tour is underway and everyone is getting excited! Start making plans to join us Thursday evenings at 5:30 pm to tour four of our small town’s most popular, notorious or otherwise historic pubs & bars. One ticket will get you one drink at each establishment and an earful of colorful tales about the places you visit as well as those you see along your way. It’s a great way to beat the heat and a new fun way to see Fernandina and learn about her history! $25 per person (must be 21, must show id!), tour begins at the historic train depot in downtown Fernandina Beach. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Thea at 904.261.7378 x.105 or

Discover the rich history and culture of Amelia Island, a tiny paradise with a big place in Florida's history books. Housed in the historic Nassau County jail, the Museum showcases the island's 4,000 years of Florida history.


The Amelia Island Museum of History's mission is to bring alive and preserve the area's rich history.p>


  • To collect, preserve, and exhibit artifacts, documents, photographs and additional materials in both traditional and multi-media format.
  • To research, document, and interpret the historical record
  • To promote and share the community's rich and diverse history through tours, educational programs, publications, research facilities, and other outreach activities


Private Non-Profit

Access: General Public, Students, Scholars, Members
Appointment required: No

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