Good place to pop in and learn a bit about the island. Lots of history and antiques to look at in an original location. Young kids also enjoyed it.
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This is a look at the way life was in time past. We thoroughly enjoyed imagining how folks lived in simple times. Worth the $5.00 entrance fee just to see the manikin of Ted that is so life-like we expected him to get up and...More
When I walked into this store I had no idea what to expect. There are antiques, old magazines, old appliances, and lots of history! While we were there we met the great Grandson of Ted Smallwood the man who owned the store, established in 196....More
This is an unusual and very real historic site. A legitimate country store was reopened after decades being closed with all the legitimate products inside at the date of original closure and by the original family. The folks are friendly and we took a boat...More
We found interesting things to buy for gifts. People at the store were very friendly and showed us unusual things that had been found in the waters.
A lot of history here. stop in and see one of the oldest post office is in Florida go to the back deck and do some fishing if you got a fishing rod
Very interesting - definitely worth $5 entrance to see the amazing things they have inside and take a trip into Florida history
Thank you for your review and so glad you enjoyed your visit. Its nice to hear from visitors that appreciate old Florida history!
This Store is more a Museum and is falling into disrepair. so is not as "pretty" as the website. There is a fee now to enter the store where all the "items for sale" are. However, the area beside the shot has a lovely view...More
There has always been a fee to enter the historical museum. There is a gift shop for museum visitors, if you want a store you should go back to Everglades where there are several stores you can shop at. The building is over a hundred...More
The place was pretty, in a quaint location, but didn't really understand why the fee to enter. I'm happy to make a donation, but it really seemed as though you could get the same experience walking through a second-hand store anywhere in Florida. There wasn't...More