This museum is located in the former premises of a bank which opened a few years before WW1.
The visit starts with a 25 minutes video (SD format, shown on an old big CRT screen). Interesting video, focused on North-Eastern Florida history throughout ages. Beware that kids may find it tedious.
The exhibits encompass some artifacts from Timucuan Indians and Spanish first settlers.
For the rest, it is mainly memorabilia, or a toy collection (with limited interest) upstairs.
Overall, not worth a detour, but good for a 1 hr visit if in the area
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