Dudley Farm is a living history 1880’s farm where visitors get a taste of life during that period, as staff, in period clothing, perform daily chores, raising crops, and tending to livestock.
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The Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention captivates inventors of all ages! Explore STEAM concepts in a unique way—through cutting-edge and emerging technologies—and trace them back to their original roots of invention.
GainesvilleTEL - 352-371-8001
The Florida Museum of Natural History has rotating featured exhibits, eight permanent exhibits including the Butterfly Rainforest and several outside areas to discover!
GainesvilleTEL - 352-846-2000
Explore the Barn Museum of Art’s more than 11,300 African, Asian, modern, and contemporary art objects, including Ancient American and oceanic art. While at the museum, groups can select to take a themed tour.
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The Historic Haile Homestead is unique for its “Talking Walls” where the Haile family wrote over 12,500 words in almost every room and closet! Learn about the enslaved laborers and freedmen whose stories are intertwined.
GainesvilleTEL - 352-336-9096
The Kanapaha Botanical Gardens has 24 major collections including the state’s largest public display of bamboos and the largest herb garden in the Southeast.
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Morningside Nature Center is one of the last remaining examples of fire-dependent longleaf pine woodlands in the area. More than six miles of trails wind and cultural history programs.
GainesvilleTEL - 352-334-3326