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The Lee Country Black History Society and Williams Academy Black History Museum is a wonderful treasure in Fort Myer. Located in a quiet park named for baseball legend Roberto Clemente, with plenty of parking, the society's welcoming staff and three historic buildings with an interactive...More
We visited the museum on a recent visit to Florida! You are immediately drawn in by Betty's passion for our history and the pride she has in this little gem! Should be a stop you make when you are in Ft. Myers!
This little museum is packed with donated items and lots of great local black history. We are white people from up north who found this very moving. Betty guides you through; her energy and passion make it come alive. With her help, it is an...More
We are world travelers and one of our most rewarding experiences is to visit an Africian American museum in whatever city we visit. On this visit to Cape Coral, we found this hidden treasure called the Williams Academy Black History Museum, located in the Roberto...More
This was a wonderful find. I had heard about it and actually have family members displayed in the museum, but it was much better than I anticipated. It is very organized and is FULL of black history in Lee County. I am extremely thankful for...More