Hours: Mon - Sat: 10 am - 4 pm / Sun: 1 pm - 4 pm
Phone : 904.261.7378
In bringing alive the past, the Amelia Island Museum of History preserves, protects, and promotes the unique history of Amelia Island and its surrounding area for a diverse community of residents, researchers, and visitors.
The Amelia Island Museum sees itself as the caretakers and disseminators of our island’s exciting local history, which it shares not only through a wonderful variety of exhibits, but also by providing a multitude of programs throughout the community for all ages. The Museum also protects and shares local history with genealogists, homeowners and authors by providing a modern research facility.
MUSEUM HOURS AND ADMISSION
Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday: 1 pm – 4 pm
SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS:
Closed at 1:00 pm on Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve, and New Year’s Eve.
Closed all day on the first Saturday and Sunday of May (Shrimp Festival), Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Senior (65+) and Active Military:
Children (Ages 5 to 17):
Students (with valid I.D.):
Your admission includes our daily docent-led Eight Flags tour. An amazing tale of intrigue and adventure highlighting the events and people that shaped Fernandina’s spectacular history. This 1-hour docent-led tour is given at 11 am and 2 pm every Monday through Saturday, and at 2 pm every Sunday afternoon.
For general inquiries, please call 904.261.7378. To reach a specific department, use the below information.
Volunteer and Tour Coordinator
Media & Operations Manager
TELL US ABOUT YOUR VISIT
PRESS AND MEDIA
News and media professionals in need of Amelia Island Museum of History information or interviews should contact Jennifer England for assistance.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AIMH Executive Director
DIVERSITY, EQUITY, ACCESS AND INCLUSION STATEMENT
As the Amelia Island Museum of History pursues its mission of preserving, protecting, and promoting the unique history of Amelia Island, we also strive to respect, value, and celebrate the broad diversity of the people we serve.
Museums are important vehicles for telling the stories of who we are, where we’ve been, and what we have learned along the way. For the picture to be complete, it is imperative that the diversity of the individuals, events and cultures that make up this island’s history be represented to the fullest and made accessible to all. By seeking out diversity, equality, and inclusion we believe we become a better and stronger institution. To this end, we strive for members, partners, and key stakeholders to join us in reflecting and embracing these same values.