The Amelia Island Museum of History is the first spoken history museum in the state. We continue our story-telling tradition with a variety of tours that cater to many interests and age levels.

Docent led Eight Flags Tours take place daily at the museum and are included in the price of admission – Monday through Saturday at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, Sunday at 2:00pm.

For walking tours, special tours, or special Docent-Led tours (for groups of four or more), please contact
Education Director Thea Seagraves
Phone – (904) 261-7378 x 105
Email – thea@ameliamuseum.org

WALKING TOURS

(For groups of 4 or more people)

Centre Street Tour

Hear fascinating anecdotes of the families and industries that shaped Fernandina on this walk down our national historic district’s main thoroughfare.

1 hour long. $15 Adult/$10 Child

Murder, Mystery & Mayhem

Take an hour and stroll through time as your guide thrills you with stories of death, chaos, and mystery.

1 hour long. $15 Adult/$10 Child

The Guilded Age Tour

Tour Fernandina Beach’s north end and be introduced to the players in Amelia Island’s unique history from 1782-1850.

1 hour long. $15 Adult/$10 Child

Architecture Tour

Adventures in Architecture, our architectural walking tour, highlights the character and rich history of our town’s historic structures.

1.5 – 2 hours. $20 Adult/$15 Child

Special Tours

(For groups of 4 or more people)

Speakers’ Bureau

The Amelia Island Museum of History is proud to announce our new Speaker’s Bureau. An extensive listing of lecturers is available through the Museum on a variety of topics that will appeal to any audience.

Student Tours and Presentations

We offer a variety of Student Tours and Presentations in the museum or at your school site! Reservations must be made at least 2 weeks in advance. Special programs for homeschoolers.

Adventures in Architecture

Participate in an architectural walking tour.

Seas of Change

The story of Nassau County

“Timuc-a-who?”

Learn about life among the native people. Explore their culture, habits and life style. Includes a hands on project for participants geared specifically for each grade level.

Costumed History Program

Ask for a First Person Presenter to visit your class room or school facility.

Victorian Tea Program

Learn about the etiquette of the Victorian Era, includes tea & cakes plus a historic presentation. (Multi-generational)