On November 14th, the Lesesene House will be open to the public for the very first time to raise funds for the Amelia Island Museum of History
Built in 1860, this beautifully renovated home has been owned by the same family for seven generations. On November 14th, thanks to the generosity of the current owner, the house will be open to the public for the very first time to raise funds for the Amelia Island Museum of History.
This momentous occasion will be one you will never forget!
The ticket includes:
-Jazz from Crescendo Amelia
-Guests dressed for the 1920s-30s era (or suitable attire)
-A complimentary signature cocktail created by Marlin and Barrel Distillery
-Appetizers from Horizons Restaurant
-Display of artifacts from the home
-Special Guest Cameos adorning clothes from the attic
-Photo ops with Props – Twenties Style
Tickets are only $50.00, and are on sale now at the Museum on South Third Street.