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Treasures everywhere, all in the eyes of the beholder. Interesting stories thru out. That Ashley gang would have made any big city proud. My wife who is in the school system loved the rules for school teachers, a must read for a good laugh.
I’ve always been curious about this places and decided to check it out as history has become intriguing to me over the years. Polite and informative staff and will answer any questions big or small you may have. There are small local shops up and...More
Had I not had young grandchildren with me, I would have stayed longer. The artifacts were wonderfull for an old guy like me. The kids didn't know what a "princess phone' was!! Of most of he stuff that we older people grew up with cans...More
There was so much local history packed into the building that you might miss some of it. The day we went was coffee and donuts for local seniors to some of the exhibits were hard to see, but it was still very enjoyable. Lots of...More
For a while we put off going to this little museum but finally had the chance to go. Well, let me tell you something! You will be thoroughly surprised by what you find on the inside!
There is so much history jam-packed into this quaint...More
After walking some distance we finally came upon the Heritage Museum. Small but jam packed with a lot of historical information.
You can get a staff member to walk around with you and get a more indepth understanding of the past.
Local and true-to-the-heart museum located on the river in historic downtown Stuart. Enjoyed every minute. See the humble beginnings of a seaside town and appreciate the true grit it took pioneers to establish a toehold here. I was amazed by what I could actually see...More
I like to seek out those museums that provide a history focused on the local area, and the Stuart Heritage Museum didn't disappoint. The museum is located in an old feed supply store, which was also used as a fish house. Parking for the museum...More