Florida's Heritage & Culture Program
- Florida Department of State Historical Resources Presents Florida's Heritage & Culture Program on Wednesday, 15 August
- Okaloosa Co. Time Line
- Catalog, Research Library
- Catalog, Older Newspapers
- Old (Dead) Towns
- Photo collections
- Tombstone Project
- Use of Research Library
- Exhibits & Collections
- Heritage Park (Map)
- Group Tours & Field Trips
- Special Events
- Book Store
Annual Heritage Festival
Mail: P.O. Box 186; Baker FL 32531
Accessions (donating items)
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Admission is FREE
We are open Tuesday through Friday and the 3rd Saturday of
the month, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. We are a living history museum. Take a
walk through the past to gain knowledge and perspective of life,
heritage and history of our local region. Learn about naval stores,
lumbering, farming, land development, local military patriots and much
more. Study in the Research Library. Use our genealogy resources. Tour
our collection rooms and outdoor cabin exhibits. Volunteer. Picnic in
the park. Attend Special Events. Enjoy!
Who We AreBecome a Member
The museum operates under the auspices of the North Okaloosa Historical Association, Inc. (NOHA)
The Board of Directors meet monthly to recommend, approve, establish
policy and receive input on the operation of the museum. We have three
types of membership; one of them will fit your needs and interests.
Click here to see and download our membership form.
We are a 501-3(c) Non-Profit Organization we not only depend upon State
and County funding, our Sponsors and Volunteers work to provide
necessary operating funds to keep the museum open and operating. We
maintain a sign-in sheet at the door which allows us to tabulate the
numbers of visitors and patrons.
If you are interested in volunteering and wish to know museum needs, come in and visit. A snapshot of our needs: tour guide for special group tours; demonstrators for exhibits; genealogy look ups; cooks, servers for Special Events and much more.
We email our newsletter to individuals, businesses,
societies. You may sign-up simply my emailing your email address to us
at email@example.com. We do not share these addresses and send the
quarterly newsletters with an 'undisclosed recipient' tag to respect
your privacy. We welcome input for the newsletter and always have at
least one historic topic of area interest and highlight details of our
programs and events. Click Here To View Newsletters Online.
Below Are Slidesof the museum, its activities and its sponsors.