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Cedar Key Museum State Park, Cedar Key
(4.1/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a small museum but chock full of history about Cedar Key as well as a house that can be toured. It is well worth the drive to go there. When touring the house be sure to pick up one of the sel...  more »
  • Museum has a few artifacts and displays which we explored in less than an hour. There was no park ranger, only a workamper who was not available for interaction with our group. The adjacent cracker ho...  more »
  • Always bring visitors here. Easy access, lots of history and information. It shows not only how people lived and worked in Cedar Key but what could happen if the ocean levels rise! There is a house to...  more »
  • Huge fan of mid century modern architecture and this tiny museum hasn't changed since it was built! It's a history lesson on 2 levels, the collection it houses is 1880-1930 and everything else is from the 60's.
  • The museum was really nice, I learned lots of cool things. I really like the historic home. It was cool to see the difference between it and modern day structures. My favorite part was the trail. It had many beautiful sights of the water, and many great photo opportunities. I rated it four stars because it was very small, there could have been more, and the trail was pretty short.
  • Nice little park.
  • Support your Florida State Parks. Interesting indoor exhibit and maintained grounds to explore.
  • Great history and nice displays