The museum is free and how can you argue with that? Exhibits change often and sometimes there are fees for special exhibits, but overall, there's a lot to see here without paying anything. It's a perfect way to while away a rainy afternoon. It's also adjacent to a butterfly forest (there is a small charge for it). Combine the two and take your time exploring--and learning about Florida's history. Young children, 5-9, are always delighted with it.
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