The Carrabelle History Museum opened in April of 2009. Residents of the town have generously shared their pictures, genealogy, memories, household and work items to build our collection. We have several special displays that highlight Local Heroes; the Steamship Tarpon, which was key to building our community in the early 1900’s; and Carrabelle’s “First People”, natives who lived here thousands of years ago.
The Mission of the Carrabelle History Museum is to preserve the history and culture of Carrabelle as a record of where we have been, how we got here and to serve as an inspiration for the future.
Visit the Carrabelle History Museum at 106 Avenue B, SE, in the heart of downtown. The Museum is one block south of US98. Turn south on Marine Street and left (east) at the first corner. The Museum is the third building on your left. We are within walking distance to the Carrabelle Visitors Center and the World’s Smallest Police Station.
The Carrabelle History Museum is open Wednesday 12-5 pm, Thursday 10 am-5 pm, Friday 10 am-5 pm, Saturday 10 am-5 pm, and Sunday 12-5 pm. We gladly open any other day by appointment except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. Just call 850-697-2141 or 850-524-1153 to arrange a tour. Field trips and buses are welcome.
Entry to our Museum is free but donations are always welcome.
History of the Carrabelle History Museum
The Carrabelle History Museum is a project of the local non-prof
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