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The Ponce Inlet Historic Museum contains two historic Florida Cracker-style cottages that have been restored to their original layout. The Museum is dedicated to education through the preservation and dissemination of the history and cultural...more
Located not far from Daytona Beach this site is truly of historical interest and the climb to the top of the lighthouse tower is worth the effort. The exhibits are so very well presented and the history of the lighthouse and past staff is fascinating....More
Drove over to see the museum during the open hours posted online. It was closed. Looks like a sweet local area spot to quickly explore. Next time.
Thank Patricia B
Amy Z, Manager at Ponce Inlet Historical Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 13 March 2018
We apologize, if you came by on a Saturday-it is based on volunteer availability and sometimes volunteers cannot stay as long as they hoped or end up not being available. Please come back and see us next time you are in town.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and the two buildings were very educational. This is not a place I would make a special trip to, but couple it with the other activities in the area, such as the Light House and a lunch at Down the...More
I came upon the historical museum by accident. There are two historical homes beside each other, just on the side of the road. They weren't open but they are still worth seeing from the outside. Very quaint and gives you an idea of what life...More
Very nice historical surprise! On our way home we decided to followup on a suggestion made by a local couple we met at dinner. We mentioned we wanted to see/do something different in the area that we hadn't done before, so they suggested this site....More