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Amelia Island Museum of History

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The mission of the Amelia Island Museum of History is to foster community and visitor appreciation of Nassau County’s unique history within the broader context of Florida, national, and world history. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the museum regularly features temporary and traveling exhibits. The museum's collection currently includes approximately 500 books, over 1,000 photographs, more than 300 maps, documents, letters, booklets, bills of sale, etc., and many objects such as weapons, hats, and toys of historical value. The Jaccard Research Library also contains extensive vertical files relating to our distant and current history. The museum offers a variety of tours that cater to many interests and age levels. Alternate tour times may be arranged for groups of four or more.

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Phyllis Davis
Executive Director

Brenda Brubeck
Elderhostel Coordinator

Jennifer England
Media & Operations Manager

Thea Seagraves
Education Director

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