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They give you a introductory talk to get started, then you can look at the exhibits at your own pace. Take all the time you want. The information was very detailed. The best part was the old (1906 era, iirc) house on the property. It...More
Living in Florida and looking for interesting things to do; we found this place on TripAdvisor. Excellent of local history. They have friendly staff. They have audio tour so your time is your pace. We enjoyed reading and seeing the artifacts founded. The history of...More
I'm new-ish to the area, so I wanted to steep myself in the history. What a great little museum! The audio tour is very well done, and you'll learn about the Seminoles, the pineapple plantations, the settling families, and, as they say, so much more....More
local museums can be boring to outsiders, but this one isn't. It is beautifully done to interest both adults and children with interactive displays and dioramas. My husband said it was the most interesting attraction in the area. Cost was minimum.
Good personnel audio devices given to each of us. For seniors, it only cost $3 to get in and see the displays, which were very good. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Both my wife and I enjoyed the hour we spent there.
This museum goes a great job covering the history of the county and the city of Fort Pierce. An excellent audio is provided for the self guided tour. Many great exhibits in chronological order starting with the Native American people. Many artifacts, photos, relics. Visit...More
Very good presentation of St Lucie County history, through a series of rooms showing a specific time. Audio guides were used which were well scripted with a good overview of the material in each room. Very enjoyable for the whole family. Pete Peterson the docent...More
It’s taken us a long time to visit this museum but very glad we have. The museum is very well organised and takes you pretty much chronologically through the history of the area. Plenty to interest both adults and children and an excellent, though sometimes...More
After visiting the Aquarium walk down the path and visit the Museum, they have a friendly staff that will welcome you, and start you off with a short "guided" tour. There's a lot of Florida history to be had. And a great room dedicated to...More