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Homestead Historic Town Hall Museum

41 N Krome Ave, Homestead, FL 33030
+1 305-242-4463
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Great Little Place!

Fabulous place to learn the history of old Homestead. Plenty of vintage photos on the walls, and... read more

Reviewed July 8, 2016
Cindy R
Homestead, Florida
Great little Museum

This is a very nice little Museum in downtown Homestead showcasing all of Homestead's past. If... read more

Reviewed June 28, 2016
Gina A
Homestead, Florida
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The Historic Homestead Town Hall Museum is located in the original Town Hall of Homestead, built in 1917. It has photographs and artifacts from Homestead's past, exhibits about the Seminole Indians, Flagler's Florida East Coast Railway Extension, Hurricane Andrew, photographs of early Homestead and the surrounding areas, a 1924 American LaFrance fire truck that belonged to town of Homestead, books for sale, and knowledgeable docents who will do their best to answer your questions.
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41 N Krome Ave, Homestead, FL 33030
+1 305-242-4463
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Reviewed July 8, 2016

Fabulous place to learn the history of old Homestead. Plenty of vintage photos on the walls, and antique fire engine, and of course the one and only Miss Ruth Campbell who can fill you in on MUCH of Homestead's past. It's a lovely place to...More

1  Thank Cindy R
Reviewed June 28, 2016

This is a very nice little Museum in downtown Homestead showcasing all of Homestead's past. If you're interested in learning about how Homestead began, this is a must stop. Say hi to Ruth while you're there.

Thank Gina A
Reviewed May 24, 2016

The museum is little and you can take a look around very quickly, and the best thing: it is for free! The lady at the front desk, Ruth, offered to give us a tour. She even took our picture in the firetruck. She was SUPER...More

Thank Carolina R
Reviewed May 21, 2016 via mobile

We stopped in Homestead for a quick lunch on our way to Miami International and happened upon this place. The sweetest little lady was out front, so I had to see what she was up to because she looked so sweet. We stepped in and...More

Thank Evey H
Reviewed March 1, 2016

Homestead has lots of history. Full of charm. This Museum is free & worth the visit. The Seminole Theater was also recently remodeled and opened to new events. Is close by, take a walk & go see an event. Lots of places to eat near...More

1  Thank josied540
Reviewed January 18, 2016

Nice little museum, cheery elderly lady full of knowledge of homestead and area .. we even got to sit up on the firetruck for a picture. sweet ! worth a stop in!

1  Thank 949JessicaK
Reviewed October 14, 2015

Weather you have lived in Homestead your whole life or are just passing through, this place has a lot of nostalgia that cannot be found anywhere else. It is free and I really loved seeing old pictures of my church, the hospital and the devastation...More

2  Thank Rachelley
Reviewed January 22, 2015

The owner is a cute little lady who takes so much pride in her museum. She will tell you stories you can't hear anywhere else. We learned about the hurricanes, the train tracks to the keys, even 9/11 and it's affects on the area. She...More

1  Thank AshleySikel
Reviewed January 14, 2015 via mobile

As in a previously mentioned reviews, Ms. Campbell was very informative. Sweet lady and has been here a long time. We visited about 4pm. The museum closes at 5pm so we were the only ones in at the time. There is various memorabilia there from...More

1  Thank Liz Everett W
Reviewed August 19, 2014

Nice little place that you can see in about 20 minutes. Some books for sale and lots of pictures. If you are from the area, you'll appreciate the old pictures of Homestead and Miami. Really neat. But the neatest thing is speaking to Mrs. Campbell....More

Thank jadejoann4
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Carmen R
April 28, 2017|
Response from Jeff B | Property representative |
Admission is free - we are open from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m Tuesday through Saturdays.