Get a glimpse into rural Florida life from the 1800s in this 460-acre living history exhibit. The property includes a five-building citrus complex, a 5,000-square-foot dairy barn, a farmstead with its outbuildings from the 1880s, and a turn-of-the-century country store. There is also a preserved rural post office, an exhibit that depicts African and African American contributions to Florida's cattle industry, and the archeological remains of a British colonial period sawmill.
Buildings were donated to the museum and painstakingly moved and restored by Florida Agricultural Museum staff and volunteers. The property also features horses and hayrides, and is available to rent for special events.