|Florida Pioneer Museum|
• 826 North Krome Drive, Florida City, FL 33030 Phone: 305-246-9531 (Wednesday and Saturday only)
Just north of the Farmers Market on Krome, an early 20th-century East Coast Railway agents house features turn-of-the-century memorabilia and fascinating records of pioneer life.
The Florida Pioneer Museum offers families a free excursion into our past every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon from 1 to 5pm, November through April. It is also a great asset for youth and home school groups. Free tours can be arranged by sending an e-mail to Bob Jensen (bobmeda at aol.com) or calling 305-248-0976 or the Museum at 305-246-9531.
The Florida Pioneer Museum is owned by the City of Florida City and is operated by the Florida Pioneer Museum Association under an annual agreement with the City. It is open and free to the public from November through April -- and for organizations by appointment at other times.
There is also an antique train car and a 100 year old train station in the rear. The station includes an authentic pioneer-style community gathering space, suitable for parties and special events, operated by the City of Florida City.
|Rob's Redland Riot
A fruity, tropical history tour down south
a leisurely self-guided tour through the Redland Region -- known as Miami's Bountiful Countryside -- featuring a bit of local history and folk tales and a few notable places to stop along the way...
awarded "Best Tour" and
"Best Tour Guide"
in Miami-Dade County
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