Museum and its various artefacts and photographs explain the history and development of Anna Maria island and its community. Separate building is a well restored,small,furnished cottage previously located on the municipal pier! Also adjacent is the tiny,basic former jailhouse!
Worth your time, plan to go so call to check on the hours, fun, emphatic about the local venue, which is great, Just one little house, there are little shops all around the museum, also fun.
Very nice and welcoming,informative truly inviting for a Weekend Getaway.Pleasant beach town,and affordable.
We were rained out on the beach for awhile so we popped in here for a visit. Two VERY nice ladies greeted us and welcomed us in from the down pour. We had a 2 year old, 5 year old and a 17 year old and they were wonderful with the kids. Lots of great local history to view and…
Lots of original items from the turn of the century on the island. The curator was very informative. They even had a scavenger hunt that made it fun for the kids!