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jlbaker55 wrote a review Feb 2019
Enterprise, Florida64 contributions54 helpful votes
This museum was the old school house for Enterprise and was moved down the street. Volunteers devoted tons of hours to have this happen and fix it up. Someone donated the land. Clyde Butcher will have a show there and there are talks scheduled by different people. It is worth going to and is not to far off the bike trail. They have a chili cook off every year to raise money. Run by some very dedicated volunteers I am so glad they saved it.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Robin P wrote a review May 2017
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The museum is wonderful! You can tell so much work and effort has been put into restoring the building and putting together fascinating exhibits and info on local history.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Elaine R wrote a review Apr 2016
Falmouth, Massachusetts14 contributions14 helpful votes
The staff at the museum was eager and helpful in answering questions and providing interesting details about the areas past. The lecture on the St. John's River was fabulous and educational and enlightening. I learned much about the ecology of the river, the animals who dwell there and the need for preservation.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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inkapower59 wrote a review Aug 2015
Deltona, Florida2 contributions1 helpful vote
Before you hit the trails and parks in the area (of which there are quite a few) make a point of visiting this restored schoolhouse. Enterprise is a small, independent and proud community that treasures its history and it shows by the work done to present this very appealing peek into the past. For history buffs it is a must. Great for the kids to see what it was like for their counterparts nearly 100 years ago.
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Date of experience: November 2014
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Ronald R wrote a review Aug 2015
Orlando, Florida1 contribution
Ever wonder what it was like to attend school back in the 30's, 40's or 50's? This museum is the old school that was used for years in the Enterprise area and you can get a feel for what it was like because the building is in great shape and they have set up one room classroom style. They also have old black and white pictures from "back in the day" which will add to your enlightenment. My sister, who is a school teacher, and I really enjoyed taking a look at the past. You will too. Also keep in mind that Enterprise area was the original tourist area of Florida before roads were accessible to South Florida. Wealthy travelers from the North took steamships from Jacksonville down the St. Johns river where hotels awaited them in the Enterprise/Sanford areas. When you arrive spend some time driving the scenic route on the northside of Lake Monroe. You can see the natural beauty of Florida as part of your visit to this museum.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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