Women of the Port recognizes the contributions made by women in the maritime industry and it is opening at the Amelia Island Museum.
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Amelia Island Museum welcomes you to their 15-Month Calendar “Launch Party” featuring winners of the recent photography contest.
Local architect Lori Miranda will teach us how to research the history of a house, using famous local homes.
This event will focus on selected notorious feuds throughout Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, Kentucky, Florida, and Georgia.
Kids Construct is an interactive learning experience which encourages children to explore local architecture and preservation.
Dr. Wentz will be discussing her new book Life and Death at Windover: Excavations of a 7,000 Year Old Pond Cemetery.
Fernandina’s closeness to the Georgia coast made it perfect for smuggling contraband into the United States from Spanish Florida.
Great Women of Florida, presented by the Amelia Island Museum of History, features Filmmaker Kristy Andersen.
Amelia Island Museum presents their 5th Annual Holiday Home Tour this coming Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2nd and 3rd.
Contemporary glass artists are transforming this ancient form while honoring its traditions. Kirk Reber is one of them.
November 4th at 6pm in Baker Hall, the Amelia Island Museum of History will feature this free program presented by Peter Johnson.
Part of the Civil War Series, the Museum presents a lecture by Adam Goodheart, at the Atlantic Avenue Rec Center, Sept 10th.
The Amelia Island Museum of History will be holding a Brown Bag Lunch Lecture, Secrets of the Timucuan, with Dr. Bill Birdsong
The St. Johns River has played an ever changing role in the lives of northeast Floridians for thousands of years.
The Dorion Dig, which took place on the south end of Amelia Island, uncovered the remains of dozens of Native Americans.