Two historical buildings house a collection of archival material which traces the town of Cedar Key from 1842 to the present.
Artifacts and genealogical records in our museum help visitors glimpse the history of this important rail, land and seaport during the Seminole War and through the Civil War. The railroad ran from Fernandina to Cedar Key and served as a key passageway to the Gulf of Mexico for lumber, turpentine, cotton and passengers from as far away as Scotland.
Second & D Street
Cedar Key, FL 32625
1-4 pm every day