Florida Agricultural Museum

7900 Old Kings Road N.

Palm Coast, FL 32137


About the Florida Agricultural Resource Museum

The Florida Agricultural Museum was established in 1983 by a group of concerned agriculturalists and historians at the request of Agricultural Commissioner Doyle Conner to help preserve this important part of Florida's heritage. Originally located in Tallahassee, the museum was part of the Division of

Agriculture and Consumer Services.

In 1992, it was designated the “Museum of Agriculture and Rural History of the State of Florida” under Florida Statute. In 1997, the Florida Agricultural Museum moved to its new home on 460 acres in Flagler County. All of the Museum’s buildings were moved from their original locations and renovated with grant funds provided by the Florida Department of State, Division of Historical Resources.

Adam Putnam, current Commissioner of Agriculture, will continue the tradition of Commissioners Doyle Conner, Bob Crawford, Terrie Rhodes, and Charles Bronson by working to educate Floridians about the history, importance and contributions of agriculture to our state. Commissioner Putnam, a Florida farmer himself, understands the issues facing agriculture in Florida and the nation. His leadership will ensure that Florida agriculture continues to be a strong and growing component of our state’s economy and in feeding the people of Florida, our nation and other countries.


The museum is open to the general public for walk-in tours as well

as educational field trips. Please call for more information. 386-446-7630.

A Letter from the Director

Welcome to The Florida Agricultural Museum.  Our museum celebrates the past, present, and future of agriculture in Florida. Take a tour of our historic buildings which have been relocated to our facility from across the state; enjoy a guided horseback trail ride; learn about our rare heritage Cracker Cattle, Horses and Sheep; rent our 1920’s dairy barn for a wedding or other private event; attend one of our fun and educational events throughout the year. As you can tell, there is something for everyone here!

             We are creating brand new exhibits for all ages to make history and agricultural education fun! We look forward to seeing you!


“Let’s Grow This!” Kara Hoblick  -  Executive Director

Kara Hoblick
Executive Director 2019

In addition to preserving Florida's agricultural past, the Museum is also active in the conservation of heritage livestock including rare Florida Cracker cattle, horses, and sheep. The Florida Agricultural Museum provides a fun and educational experience for all ages. Flagler County and the St. Augustine area lead the state in historic sites. Only 25 minutes from downtown St. Augustine, the Florida Agricultural Museum is one of Flagler County’s most popular attractions.
The Museum is a private non-profit (501.C3) corporation led by a board of trustees; public spirited volunteers from across the state who share a common interest in Florida agriculture.


Our Mission Statement
The Florida Agricultural Museum was founded in 1983 to preserve Florida’s agricultural past, interpret agricultural issues of yesterday, today and tomorrow, and educate the public about those issues through enjoyable experiences. It exists for the benefit of and through the support of the citizens of the State of Florida.


On Interstate I-95, take exit 298, Turn South on US 1, Turn left at 1.5 miles onto Old Kings Road N, Museum entrance is on the Left.

We are located approximately 17 miles from St Augustine’s parking garage. Us 1 is the most direct route but is also very congested at times.

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