Right when we walked in there were two volunteers to greet us and answer any questions we may have. They offered assistance on where things were located. We went here to view the Clyde Butcher photo exhibit of Cuba. The exhibit was small but very informative and of course had beautiful photographs taken by him. The exhibits change regularly so make sure you check out what is being featured at the time you visit. We also decided to just peek at the rest of the museum. We enjoyed the Florida history room just as you walked in to the right. Lots of neat artifacts and information. We explored the outside a little bit but were short on time so did not see all there was to offer. This would be a fun place to take people to learn about Collier County and FL history. Best of all it was all FREE!
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