We visited this museum because I learned that Clyde Butcher's large black and white photos of Cuba, Year of the Mountains, 2002, were currently on exhibit. He is often considered the "Ansel Adams of Florida", usually photographing the Florida Everglades, but also some other areas. The exhibit was great and I also enjoy the paragraphs next to each photo Clyde writes describing the area and usually an anecdote about the experience.
This museum has a large outdoor area with other exhibits, including a 1920s cabin, restored ferryboat, swamp buggy, and other items. Be sure to get a map before you begin your self guided tour. We didn't do that and only saw the map as we were leaving. We missed some things outside.
Call before you go to check hours. They, like many things in Florida, are seasonal.
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