Trip Planner:   USA  /  Florida  /  Cedar Key  /  Museums  /  Cedar Key Historical Society
Cedar Key Historical Society, Cedar Key
(4.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
The Cedar Key Historical Society Museum is located at 7070 D Street, Cedar Key, Florida. It contains exhibits and photographs depicting the history of Cedar Key from prehistoric times through the 20th century. The museum is housed in two buildings. The main part is in the Lutterloh House. The annex is the Andrews House, which was originally on Atsena Otie Key before being moved to the mainland after the 1896 hurricane. It is part of the Cedar Keys Historic and Archaeological District.In 1989, it was listed as the John Lutterloh Residence - Cedar Key Historical Museum in A Guide to Florida's Historic Architecture, published by the University of Florida Press.
For Cedar Key Historical Society and beyond, use our Cedar Key vacation builder to get the most from your Cedar Key vacation.
Source
Create a full Cedar Key itinerary
map

Plan your trip to Cedar Key

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.
Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • There is a lot of Cedar Key history here. The gentleman collecting the small entrance charge also gives you a comprehensive history of the trade and railroad history. There is also a house that has be...  more »
  • The museum is worth a visit. We had many questions which a very well informed docent answered with great detail. He is clearly knowledgeable and a key reason we enjoyed the visit. 
  • Great for local history and information!! Easy to get around, have ramps if they are needed! Always enjoy taking visitors to Cedar Key. 
Google
  • If you come to Cedar Key make it a point to visit the Historical Society Museum. There is a lot of fascinating history in this area, and the museum is a wonderful place to learn about it. Plan on spending a couple of hours exploring the nicely organized exhibits showing the way time has changed the town over the years.
  • At only $3 a person what a wonderful way to spend an afternoon after lunch. Cedar Key has much in the way of Civil War history. John Muir traveled to Cedar Key on his thousand mile walk. One of the locals made some incredible models of ships, fishing boats, sponge boats, the railroad through Cedar Key and the lighthouse. Cedar pencils and whisk brooms were huge industries in Cedar Key. The Eagle Pencil Cedar Mill and Eberhard Fabor pencil mill and the Standard Manufacturing whisk broom company were once large producers of manufacturing products. We will have to visit the Historical Society again. For a small place like Cedar Key they sure have lots of interesting history. The docent was knowledgeable and very helpful. I bought several books, pencils, mints and postcards for myself and gifts for friends. Heck it is for a good cause, I liked the books and the trinkets will make great gifts.
  • Great place to learn about the history of Cedar Key. Worth a stop.
  • Love it.
  • Nice little home town.