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Micanopy Historical Society Museum, Micanopy

(4.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
The Micanopy Historical Society Museum is located at 607 Northeast 1st Avenue, Micanopy, Florida, USA. It contains materials relating to the history of the town. It is part of the Micanopy Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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  • We travel Great Distance to see Museum ( Closed No Open All Day ) Seem to be Evil Plot (Get us to town) : Only Stores Open ( Blow Money ) Beautiful little town friendly people Still Major Disappointme...  more »
  • This small, volunteer run museum is well done with an interesting array of period pieces and historical information on this most historic town dating back long before most Florida towns. A small book ...  more »
  • The last time we were in Micanopy was about two years ago and they had just opened up the museum. There is a lot more things there now compared to then. It was very interesting, starting with the Indi...  more »
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  • Quaint little town full of antique shops. Filming site for Doc Hollywood. Nice locals.
  • I could have spent hours looking at all stuff. Items from years gone by. History at my fingertips.
  • This museum is like a rare unpolished diamond tucked away on the edge of Micanopy. It houses a treasure trove of historical items and a complete archive of the history of the area going back hundreds of years. Several books have been written from the material stored there. Pulitzer prize winning author, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, came to this building to use the phone before it was a museum. Well worth having a look around if you visit the town of Micanopy.
  • Cool place to learn more about the oldest inland city established in Florida.
  • This is a must see place! The history here is very interesting. Great place to go for a family date or just to increase your own knowledge! The people are very friendly and knowledgeable themselves.