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Immokalee, Collier County's largest inland community, has long been linked with sprawling cattle ranches and a thriving agricultural economy. First occupied by the Calusa Indians and later by the Seminole, the area has seen a colorful mix of...more
This was a great way to spend 1.5 hours. The tour of all of the buildings is self-guided. It starts in the old church for an overview of the family that owned a cattle ranch. As you tour the grounds there are informative signs at...More
Fascinating museum housed in an old Baptist church. Interesting history of the lives of the Cattle ranchers and some prominent families. Lovely paintings of the area by Paul Arsenault depicting the landscapes and home s in the area.
Staff most helpful in explaining the history...More
Enjoyed this little museum, learning interesting history of Florida. Arrived too late to see inside the other buildings but there are informative postings at each. If you find yourself in Immokalee with no interest in gambling it is a wonderful alternative.
Stopped here one morning whilst on the road to the Seminole Indian reservation. There had been a fair/market the day before & some of the stall/rides were still being dismantled. The museum was closed but the gates open so we had a stroll around some...More
This is a unique area in his part of Florida. The tour, self-guided, starts in the original church. The lady in charge gives you an introduction to the family that owned a operated the cattle ranch. You then can tour the grounds on your own...More