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Long famous for its Key Marco Cat- one of the most remarkable and influential discoveries in North American archaeology- the new Marco Island Historical Museum explores Southwest Florida's Calusa Indians and bring this vanished civilization to life...more
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Such a great museum! Very detailed, beautifully presented information on The history of Marco Island. A true gem offering wonderful events and special exhibits that give you great knowledge of the island.
The gift shop is fabulous! Nancy does a wonderful job keeping it filled...More
Their Native American display was really cool! Lots of good info, too. The displays are very well done and look brand new. There is a section on the archaeology of the area and items that were found. It was very informative. They are also awaiting...More
I always like to learn a little local history about places I visit and spending an hour or two at this museum on Marco Island was enjoyable and educational. There is a $5 suggested donation for admission. There is a section detailing the history of...More
Numerous artist's creations are on display on the exterior welcoming you to the museum. The paintings portray the interesting and colorful history of the area. Inside you are greeted by a volunteer who is able to give you information on Marco Island. Numerous artifacts are...More
I always enjoy getting a bit of background on the places I visit. It helps me to put things into place as I travel in the area. I would see the museum as mainly catered to adults though there is a small interactive area for...More
We planned a visit here during our recent holiday and allowed an hour as directed by other reviews and some locals. A small but very interesting museum with lots of local history and exhibits. An hour flew and I only wish we d allowed twice...More