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Flagler Beach Historical Museum

207 South Central Avenue
386-517-2025

Flagler Beach Historical Museum motto describes two of the most popular displays in the permanent collection which is entirely dedicated to Florida history, featuring Flagler Beach and Flagler County. Visitors are riveted by the Museum's oldest display of prehistoric bones and other remains. On the "space age" side of the Museum, an exhibit with items provided by NASA astronauts piques interest -- usually about the space food. To represent history "in the making" this display also includes the Flagler Beach city flag that orbited the earth aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.

 The breadth of the Museum displays includes everything between the "Stone Age" and the "Space Age." Orange Period pottery pieces date from 2000 B.C. to 500 A.D. Native American Indian life is represented by an exhibit of arrowheads and other Indian artifacts, all discovered in Flagler County.



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