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Very small space but excellent detailed displays on the many facets of Florida history and how archaeology is done. Spent substantial time reading each and every exhibit and learning something from each one. Surprised to find info on the Indian Mounds of Crystal River, Florida...More
We went on Friday and wow! Mr. Mike read a book about the first language and was so personable to the children and adults in attendance. They learned about archaeology, geology, and paleontology. Up next was sorting artifacts like pottery, bones, metal and rocks. Mr....More
This place was great! It's FREE to visit and there were exhibits about archaeology from the entire state of Florida. There's a temporary exhibit that always features new research, so it's a great place to revisit throughout the year. They had tons of resources about...More
Mike T, Manager at Destination Archaeology Resource Center, responded to this reviewResponded 3 October 2017
Thanks so much for the great review! We are glad you had a good time and we hope you will come back soon for all the programs, changing exhibits, and public archaeology lab days!
This venue packs a lot of information into a small space. Situated next to the iconic Fish House, many locals don't have a clue what's behind its doors. This is a shame because this mini museum illustrates the archaeology of Florida in such a lovely...More
A Spanish ship sank in the 1500's rowing distance off the shore in Pensacola. They suspect a hurricane sank it while at berth. While the metal has long rusted away, the barnacles formed a perfect mold of many artifacts. This sweet little museum has many...More
Very informative but smaller on the inside than indicated on the outside. Artifacts were very time specific.More
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Mike T, Manager at Destination Archaeology Resource Center, responded to this reviewResponded 10 February 2016
Thanks so much for your review! We are glad you found our museum interesting, and yes the building is much larger than the exhibit inside. Did you know that the building we are in is actually an artifact itself! It was originally built...More