Black Cowboy Permanent Exhibit: Tells the story of Africans and their American descendants in the history of Florida’s cattle industry
Black Cowboy Traveling Exhibit: (traveling version available to qualified organizations/institutions)
Historical Buildings: 11 historical buildings on site brought from areas across state dated from 1880 to 1920
HOURS & TOURS
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
Open Friday to Sunday from 10:00am – 4:00 pm
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Historic Buildings Tour:
$12 Adult | $10 Children Under 12yrs | Under 3yrs free!
Friday to Sunday from 10:00 am – 2:30 pm (approximately 1 ½ hour)
The tour is led by one of our educated, energetic tour guides through buildings dating from 1880 to 1920 which all have been relocated to the Museum from areas across the state. The buildings include a fully stocked 1800’s general store, five buildings from a citrus complex, a 1920’s dairy barn and a brief wagon ride to an authentic Florida Cracker Homestead built in 1880. Along the tour you will encounter several animals such as rabbits, chickens, horses, cows, a donkey, goats and sheep, including rare heritage Florida Cracker Livestock.
$6 Adults and Children | Under 3yrs free!
Friday to Sunday from 10:00 am – 2:30 pm (approximately 40 minutes)
This tour is an abbreviated version of the Historic Buildings Tour taking the same route. Ideal for for children as the tour highlights the animals and also includes the wagon ride.
Please note: For both tours, please check in at the Gift Shop which is located inside the Espanola Post Office. No self tours are available. All guests must be accompanied by a guide. Tours may be suspended on days of special events and holidays. We accept cash, debit cards and most major credit cards. WE DO NOT ACCEPT CHECKS.
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