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Baker Block


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Discover. Experience. Connect.

Discover Okaloosa County's rich history throughout the museum.

Experience what life was like for our pioneer ancestors in the Heritage Park.


Make those family connections in our research and genealogy library.


Tuesday-Friday & every 3rd Saturday

10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (closed Dec. 18)

Admission is FREE

850-537-5714 for more info

Our Services

Plan a Museum visit

The Baker Block Museum has a lot to offer all year long in the museum, the research library and the Heritage Park.


The Museum offers events throughout the year, including monthly farmers markets, presentations, and annual spring and fall festivals.

North Okaloosa Historical Assn.

The Museum is managed by the North Okaloosa Historical Association, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization.


Support the Baker Block Museum by becoming a member of the North Okaloosa Historical Association, Inc.

Research & Genealogy Library

Explore your ancestral roots in our research and genealogy library.

North Okaloosa Historical Quarterly

The North Okaloosa Historical Quarterly is a history magazine published by NOHA.

Baker Mercantile

The Baker Mercantile has vintage gifts, toys, collectibles and books, including a series of Okaloosa history books written and published by the North Okaloosa Historical Association.

The Museum is packed with historical artifacts specific to the local area encompassing timber, military, Native American heritage, retail sales and more. 

Plan a visit soon!

The Baker Block Museum is located on the northwest corner of State Roads 4 and 189 at the traffic light in Baker, Florida. Come Discover, Experience and Connect with the rich history of the local area.

Call 850-537-5714 for more information.


Thank you to our sponsors for supporting the Baker Block Museum.

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