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Fun on the farm, that describes the Florida Agricultural Museum. Visit our 1890 Florida Cracker home complete with rare heritage livestock (Cracker Cows, Cracker Horses and the Florida piney woods rooter hog). Chickens, ducks and a tame turkey greet...more
Good over view of Florida ag. Live stock including Cracker Cows, horses, sheep, chickens, etc.
James was our guide and he was great. We got lots of history and the displays were good. Things are changing and there are seasonal topics. Horse back trail rides,...More
I have tried to spend a couple of hours here but just can't find anything to do or see. This may be acceptable for small young children who have not read or seen anything in school. Very little information that is new.
Mr. James gave myself and my Seeing impaired Client a great tour! He was extremely informative and extremely compassionate to my Client. During the up and down navigation of steps and bumpy terrain, Mr. James was the consumate tour guide! The tour is extremely interesting...More
We took the walking tour which was about 90 minutes on the property. Several buildings have been moved to this site to recreate an historical agricultural something. Most was seeming authentic, but some was clearly not. The tour guide was great, very knowledgeable & very...More
My wife and I took a hour trail ride with Cheryl. She was awesome!!! She gave us alot of history about the area & she made the ride so much fun. The preserve is beautiful. Riding over I-95 was cool, Cheryl said that the bridge...More
Charlie gave a great tour of all the structures, explained all the history of the area and answered all of our questions. Our favorite was the 1880's home, but we also enjoyed the animals. As a retired postal employee, I could not resist sharing a...More
This is a nice few hours if you need something to do. Unfortunately
they are struggling to have volunteers and funding. There are horse and donkey stables where kids can touch. The guide takes you on the back of a tractor around old homes and...More
Came when it was supposed to be open. Parked and a woman came out seeming bothered that we were here. No tours, no rides. Would have given a 1, but kiddo liked the cat and seeing the horses and chickens. Unless you're near here for...More
Went first week in January. Looked online and looked interesting but we were disappointed. There were no signs saying it was closed so we rang for service. A lady came out with a 'doubt bother me' look and said no guides to take on tour....More