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Museum of the Islands, Bokeelia

Natural History Museum · Hidden Gem · History Museum
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  • Sweet little museum with wonderful remnants from the past. Something to satisfy everyone ... From animals to tools to clothing and shells. Great gift shop with excellent book selection. Great...  more »
  • This museum is packed with not only history of the island, but memories of the families that lived there. Their gift shop is nice too.  more »
  • Are you sometimes overwhelmed by the enormity of institutions, markets, stores, etc. I am, so finding this charming little piece of Bokeelia was a pleasant way to learn the history of the islands. It....  more »
  • Good little local museum. Two dollar admission is more than fair. It won't take you long to go through the displays. Very knowledgeable staff.
  • Lovely little museum, very interesting, all about the history and people of the islands. The museum docents were very friendly and helpful and informed me of the Randell Research Centre and Calusa Heritage Trail which following there directions I made my next destination.
  • Very unique and a gem for small gifts and books written by local authors
  • Small, cute, interesting. Fascinating shells and old motors and slightly creepy dolls. Very interesting and cheap!
  • This is a perfect compliment to Pine Island and the surrounding community. Pine Island, and Matlacha are unique small island communities with deep rich history. The museum is the small. It's small in size but holds much history and is obviously easy to navigate. While there is plenty to see here, an hour or two will probably satisfy you. There's no restaurant, but a small "gift shop" area has reasonably priced items. Inexpensive too, but suggest you check for times and prices in case they change after my review.

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