Hours: Mon - Sat: 10 am - 4 pm / Sun: 1 pm - 4 pm

Phone : 904.261.7378

ABOUT OUR 3RD ON 3RD PROGRAM

Every third Friday on 3rd Street, the Amelia Island Museum of History hosts historians, authors, and other experts for a thought-provoking lecture on local or regional history. These hour-long lectures range from Florida’s statehood to the history of toys; live oral histories to Yamasee princes. 3rd on 3rd lectures are on the third Friday of every month at 6 pm. Snacks and beverages are available. Admission is free for Museum Members with a suggested donation of $5 for non-members.

UPCOMING PROGRAM

Exhibit Opening: Stories Underground
with Dr. Keith Ashley

Friday, December 16th at 6pm

Stories Underground highlights significant archaeological excavations on Amelia Island, from crude 19th century explorations of native burial mounds to the fruitful “Dorion Dig” on the south end in the 1980s. The exhibit will open with a lecture by UNF archaeologist Dr. Keith Ashley, who will speak about current excavations he and his students are doing on Big Talbot Island.

Admission is free for Museum Members with a suggested donation of $5 for non-members. Seating is limited on a first come, first served basis. This program is wheelchair accessible.

For more information contact Summer Bias at 904-261-7378 x102 or Summer@AmeliaMuseum.org.

This program will stream on our Twitch Channel and will be available on YouTube afterwards.

For Future Programs check out our Event Calendar

PAST PROGRAMS

The Story of the Civilian Conservation Corps
with Bill Marcum
November 2022

One of the most popular programs in President Roosevelt’s New Deal package was the Civilian Conservation Corps. This program provided opportunity for employment for 3 million young American men during the Great Depression era when jobs were not available. These young men were assigned to work camps throughout America performing timber management, soil conservation and state and national park development project work. Many of the nation’s parks systems Americans visit and value today, such as Fort Clinch, are the result of the work performed by enrollees in the Civilian Conservation Corps.

This program was presented in Partnership with Story & Song.

Visit our YouTube Channel for more of our 3rd on 3rd Program videos

For questions or for more information please contact Curator Summer Bias via phone at

904.261.7378 x102 or via email at summer@ameliamuseum.org