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Though this museum is relatively small it is well designed. The history of the island is effectively displayed to keep the visitor interested throughout their visit. In less than 2 hours you will come away with a good grasp of the important events and people.
This quaint museum is small but contains a lot of history about the Amelia Island region. Our docent guide, Jim, did a great job of narrating our tour. If you are lucky enough to have such a guided tour, also remember to walk back through...More
Small city museums are often ramshackle, disorganized places. Not this one. It was very professionally done, well maintained, friendly and interesting. Our tour guide was full of enthusiasm and knowledge. Nice gift shop as well. Very much worth the visit.
Stop here first. What you learn will go with you everywhere you visit on Amelia Island and add to the narrative you will hear (on the trolley ride for example). The exhibits are well planned and are upgraded. Starting with a small display that refers...More
We have been to this museum years ago, and it was good then, and even better now. There are great photos of the history of the area and the explanations are well done.
Leave the tourist shops for a while and learn about the island...More
Located in Fernandina Beach Old Town with its own parking lot, free by the way. Walked in and was greeted by a lady who came across like she was fairly new and a bit fumbly. Gave her a $20 for two adults, $8 each (which...More