The family of museums operated by Department of State, Division of Historical Resources, Bureau of Historical Museums showcases Florida's rich history and culture and tells the story of this great state.
Together, The Grove Museum, Knott House Museum, Mission San Luis, The Union Bank Museum, and Museum of Florida History offer a multifaceted view of how Florida's people lived, worked and played throughout the state's development from prehistory to the present.
Explore pivotal moments in Florida’s history—times of war and of peace, of financial depression and of great economic growth. Discover how Florida’s people lived, worked, and played throughout the state’s development. Native peoples and settlers, soldiers and statesmen, explorers, artisans, homemakers—the rich and diverse lives of Floridians are showcased, interpreted, and placed in historical context.
Five unique sites, one amazing state’s history.