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 12):
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.