Visitors to the museum can visit a fully restored 1890s pioneer homestead, a turn of the last century, Dry Goods Store, five restored buildings from a 1930s Depression-Era citrus operation, and a 5,000 square foot dairy barn formerly belonging to Governor of Florida, Millard Caldwell. All of these exhibits were moved from their original locations and renovated with grant funds provided by the Florida Department of State, Division of Historical Resources. The Florida Agricultural Museum is now open to the public on Wed. thru Sun. from 9am-5 pm with tours on the hour from 10 am-4pm.
7900 Old Kings Road
Palm Coast, FL 32137