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  1. Beaches Museum & History Park

Experience the history and culture of the beaches at The Beaches Museum and History Park. Travel back in time with interactive and informative exhibits that display the deep history of the Beaches community.

Address: 381 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

Website: http://beachesmuseum.org

 

  1. Clara White Mission/Eartha M.M. White Museum

The Clara White Mission was founded in 1904 by Clara English White, a former slave, who was moved to advocate for the poor in Jacksonville’s LaVilla neighborhood. The Clara White Museum serves as a memorial to Clara White and her daughter Dr. Eartha White, showcasing the lives and careers of these two pioneer women and their impact on Jacksonville’s community.

Address: 613 West Ashley Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Website: http://theclarawhitemission.or…

 

  1. Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Located in the historic Riverside neighborhood, The Cummer Museum houses over 5,000 works of art spanning 8,000 years including significant European and American paintings and a renowned Meissen porcelain collection. Visitors can also tour the century-old beautiful formal gardens overlooking the St. Johns River.

Address: 829 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204

Website: www.cummermuseum.org

  1. Durkeeville Historical Society

Durkeeville was a community founded in the 1930s for African Americans during the period of racial segregation in Jacksonville. It was filled with rich local African American history, personalities, and landmarks. Nowadays, the Durkeeville Historical Society has re-created exhibits of materials and historical artifacts from the community to tell its story. Tours available with an appointment.

Address: 1293 W 19th St, Jacksonville, FL 32209

Website: www.durkeevillehistoricalsociety.org

 

  1. Fort Caroline National Memorial

Located along the banks of the St. Johns River in Jacksonville’s Arlington neighborhood, Fort Caroline memorializes the short-lived French presence in Jacksonville during the sixteenth century. There is a replica fort depicting the stories of exploration, survival, religious disputes, territorial battles, and first contact between American Indians and Europeans. There is also a Visitor Center for the Timucuan Preserve at this location as well as a museum.

Address: 12713 Fort Caroline Road, Jacksonville, FL 32225

Website: www.nps.gov/timu/learn/historyculture/foca.htm

  1. HandsOn Children’s Museum

The Hands On Children’s Museum creates an interactive learning environment for kids and families through creativity, problem-solving, role-playing and more.

Address: 8580 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32216

Website: https://handsonchildrensmuseumjax.startlogic.com

 

  1. Jacksonville Historical Society: James Merrill Museum

The James E. Merrill Museum House lets visitors experience Jacksonville at the turn of the 20th century. This fully furnished home, in Downtown, depicts life in Jacksonville in 1903 for a typical middle-class family. This house is the only one of its kind remaining in Northeast Florida. It is open for tours by appointment only.

Address: 301 A Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Website: www.jaxhistory.org/merrill-museum-house-tours/

  1. Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum

The Karpeles Manuscript Library, located in the Springfield neighborhood, serves to preserve the manuscripts of great authors, philosophers, and leaders. The archives include Literature, Science, Religion, History, and Art. This is one of nine Karpeles Museums across the country, each committed to sharing original manuscript exhibits to their community.

Address: 101 W 1st St, Jacksonville, FL 32206

Website: www.rain.org/~karpeles/

 

  1. Kingsley Plantation

The Kingsley Plantation, located within the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, is the site of a former estate owned by Zephaniah Kingsley and Jacksonville’s oldest home. The site, rich with Jacksonville and African-American history, is maintained by the National Parks Service. Visitors can tour the estate daily and the 23 slave cabins located on the plantation.

Address: 11676 Palmetto Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32226

Website: www.nps.gov/timu/learn/historyculture/kp_visiting.htm

  1. Mandarin Museum & Historical Society

The Mandarin Museum and Historical Society serve to preserve and celebrate the heritage and history of Mandarin by managing the Mandarin Museum and four historic 19th-century buildings located inside the Walter Jones Historical Park, including the 1911 Mandarin Store and Post Office. Learn about Harriet Beecher Stowe’s life in Mandarin, the Maple Leaf -a National Historic Landmark Civil War shipwreck- and visit a one-room schoolhouse that was built for Black children in 1898. Then take a stroll through the 10-acre park and boardwalk and enjoy views of the beautiful St. Johns River.

Address: 11964 Mandarin Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32223

Website: www.mandarinmuseum.net

 

  1. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville

With more than 1,000 pieces in its permanent collection, MOCA Jacksonville encompasses one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the Southeast. View paintings, installations, prints, sculpture, and photography by some of the biggest names in the visual arts.

Address: 333 N Laura St, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Website: http://mocajacksonville.unf.edu

  1. Museum of Science & History (MOSH)

Located on Downtown’s beautiful Southbank, the Museum of Science & History brings thousands of years of Northeast Florida’s cultural and ecological history to life. Featuring interactive exhibits and the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium, the largest single-lens planetarium in the world!

Address: 1025 Museum Cir, Jacksonville, FL 32207

Website: http://themosh.org

 

  1. Museum of Southern History

The Museum of Southern History also known as the G. Howard Bryan Museum of Southern History. The Museum of Southern History was established to maintain and perpetuate an educational facility for those who are interested in the history of the United States, its early problems and difficulties in becoming the nation it is today. The museum is dedicated to historical accuracy in presenting the lifestyle and culture of the Antebellum South, a unique civilization, misunderstood by many, belittled and misrepresented by some, but deeply revered by the grateful descendants of the brave men and women whose sacrifices and dedication to a cause that created a chapter in our nation’s history that is unmatched.

Address: 4304 Herschel St., Jacksonville, Florida 32210

Website: https://www.museumsouthernhistory.com

  1. Norman Studios

Founded in 1916 as Eagle Film City and later purchased by Richard E. Norman in 1921, Norman Studios is Jacksonville’s only surviving silent film studio complex. The studio is located in Jacksonville’s Old Arlington neighborhood and is striving to drive education, research, and tourism to the film industry. Open by appointment only.

Address: 6337 Arlington Road, Jacksonville, FL 3221

Website: http://normanstudios.org

  1. Ritz Theatre and Museum

The Ritz Theatre and Museum is located in the LaVilla neighborhood of Downtown, considered “the mecca for African American culture and heritage” in Florida. The Theater was once a movie house for black families. It now houses a museum for Jacksonville’s extensive African American History and a theater with special events every week.

Address: 829 N Davis St, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Website: www.ritzjacksonville.com

 

  1. The Ribault Club

Located on Fort George Island, The Ribault Club was established in 1928 as a playground for the rich and famous in Jacksonville. The club has been the site of many memorable parties and events over the years, hosting foreign dignitaries, captains of industry and society mavens. Currently, it houses a museum depicting its history and also hosts special private events in its beautiful waterfront location.

Address: 11241 Fort George Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32226

Website: www.theribaultclub.com

  1. The USS Adams Museum

The USS ADAMS Museum Ship’s Store is dedicated to the efforts of bringing home the former Navy Destroyer, USS CHARLES F. ADAMS (DDG-2), to be a permanent downtown attraction on the riverfront. Former shipboard equipment and artifacts of the ship are also are on display.

Address: 2 Independent Dr #144, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Website: https://www.ussadams.com/

  1. Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve

The beautiful Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve offer numerous outdoor activities. Explore the trails and historic sites of the Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve. The historical sites and marked trails provide more than just a walk in the woods. Hike around Kingsley Plantation or find lesser-known sites like the foundation of the home of Willie Browne, the last private owner of the Preserve’s Theodore Roosevelt Area.

Address: 12713 Ft Caroline Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32225

Website: https://www.nps.gov/timu/index.htm

  1. Tree Hill Nature Center

Hands-on education of nature, animals, plants & trails can be found at the Tree Hill Nature Center. This Arlington Nature Center has a hands-on natural history museum that includes exhibit animals, hands-on displays about nature and a Florida Wetland exhibit room.

Address: 7152 Lone Star Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32211

Website: www.treehill.org

 

 

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