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.

All other tours are RESERVATION ONLY.

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 –

Reservations must be made a minimum of 24 hours in advance.


(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


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)