Family and I took a week in Lakeland at Geoholiday Imperial Lakes timeshare, got blistered at the beach so we spent a morning at the Mulberry Phosphate Museum. a quaint stop, not loads of excitement UNTIL, the kids found the first sharks tooth in the phosphate mine tailings in front of the museum, then Katie-bar-the-door!! The displays inside were nice, Ms South spent plenty of time teaching us the prehistory of Florida and its effects on Polk County. Displays were instructive and interesting to a 10 and 15 yr old. The Mulberry History Room was neat, showed a window into a world-no-more. Well worth a morning digging into local science when youre tired of the MouseHouse or beach.
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