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KIDS SUMMER CAMP

Camp Napoyca - Rising Kindergarten through rising 2nd

Come to Camp Napoyca and learn to walk & talk like a Timucuan. Feel what it’s like to walk 1000 years in the past. See how the the Timucuans lived, find out what they ate and how they survived on Amelia Island. Crafts, stories and adventure await!

Camp Walk and Talk - Rising 3rd through rising 6th

Can you tie a knot? If so, join us on a walkabout over 550 years ago. Learn to navigate and communicate with people thousands of miles away. We will build a boat, look at the stars, make whistles, barter and make an Inukshuk!

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WHAT'S HAPPENING?

From monthly lecture programs like our 3rd Friday on 3rd Street and Brown Bag Lunch, to quarterly temporary exhibitions highlighting our local history.

Pub Crawls, Ghost Tours, Children's Summer Camps and more, there's always something happening on 3rd Street!

3rd Friday on 3rd Street
Temporary Exhibit
Brown Bag Lunch
Pub Crawl
Volunteer
Ghost Tour
Brown Bag Lunch
Library
Brown Bag Lunch

2019 CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

“The things that make Amelia Island’s history significant are not housed at the library or a university. If you want to know how Amelia Island played a role in how we all got here, you do that research at our Museum.”

Rob Hicks, Local Author

"The Amelia Island Museum of History ensures that the voices and wisdom of Northeast Floridians are preserved and heard by future generations."

Peggy Bulger, Former Director American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress

Amelia Island, Past and Present

Perspectives on the history of Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach brought to you by the staff of the Amelia Island Museum of History

WHO ARE WE?

Housed in the former Nassau County Jail, we are the first spoken history museum in the state of Florida. We continue our story-telling tradition with a variety of tours that cater to many interests and age levels. Walking Tours and Docent-Led Museum Tours are scheduled regularly. Alternate tour times may be arranged for groups of four or more by contacting our Tour Coordinator.

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