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Mound House, Fort Myers Beach
(3.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • A must see for history buffs. Beautiful grounds with information on the plants and trees. A little out of the way, but is easy if you see the sign where you turn. Watch for the road construction as it...  more »
  • The Mound House is another one of Fort Myers Beach's best kept secrets. The knowledge that can be gained from a visit to this historical house and Indian Mound is priceless. Learn about the largest In...  more »
  • This house was built on shells. The house is not very big but the volunteers do an excellent job explaining about the native indians who lived here. 
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  • I love visiting well organized historic places, and it is. Also the staff was very knowledgeable and willingly answered questions.
  • Educational and historic site on Fort Myers Beach. Friendly staff and well maintained facility.
  • My husband and I toured Mound House 8/25/15 approximately 11am. It is a very beautiful place with an equally interesting story. However, the tour was marred for us when the tour guide (Harriet???) described a beautiful plant that is poisonous (coontie plant?), and how some sort of bread was made from it. She further stated that the natives probably tried it on slaves and offered me (my husband and I were the only African Americans in attendance) with a grin on her face. POOR TASTE!!!!
  • It's a great learning experience for all.😎
  • Great location, interesting history