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We stumbled on this free history museum while looking for the WWII museum, which we found later a few miles down the road. The Carrabelle history museum is full of archaeological finds and photos of Carrabelle people and events. What made it delightful was the...More
Very interesting trip into the past. The museum is just loaded with historical pictures and info on the Carrabelle area and St.George Island. Stories of storms, pirates, shipwrecks, and the early settlers who tamed this wild environment. A definite must see when in Carrabelle.....
We enjoy visiting this small treasure of local history on every visit to Carrabelle. On this visit we noted the addition of the sheep toed railroad tool for track maintenance, signal lamp, and expanding clam harvesting exhibit. They are continuing to progress on upgrading the...More
As we walked in, Mike, the local historian, gave us the brief history of Carrabelle then continued from time to time giving us great stories about the town and the local area including the hard times the shrimp industry has had over the years because...More
Compact and very well presented history of the Carrabelle and surrounding area. And, what a great and interesting history. This small burg was a mecca from the latter BC's, through the early AD's and on to just after WWII. Tamara's information and willingness to answer...More