Adventures in Architecture
This tour lasts two hours and includes a lecture and a walking tour of Fernandina’s historic district. Students discover local architectural treasures as revealed thorugh discussion and their walking tour adventure…
Seas of Change: The story of Nassau County
Specially created for students, this tour lasts two hours and includes a lecture on the Timucuans, the Native Americans who occupied the area when Europeans first appeared on our shores. Also included in this tour is a presentation geared towards children that introduces them to the outrageous and exciting history under eight flags.
During this program, geared to our smallest historians, children discover the habits, crafts,and lifestyles of Amelia Island’s first residents. This 1 1/2 hour program includes Timucuan craft-making and a discovery center where children experience the local agriculture, animal life, and items used by natives in their everyday life.
What did ladies in the Victorian era wear, what were their habits, how did they live? This program introduces students to the realities of Victorian life for women and girls and includes a Victorian tea, crafts, and a walking tour through Fernandina’s historic district.
Call Tour Coordinator Thea Seagraves at (904) 261-7378 x105 for group tour pricing and information.