The Florida Agricultural Museum offers a glimpse into real Florida life from the 1800s. The museum is a 460-acre living history exhibit that includes a 5-building citrus complex, a 5,000-square-foot dairy barn, an 1880s farmstead with all of its outbuildings, a turn-of-the-century country store, the archeological remains of a British colonial period sawmill, and an exhibit that tells the story of African Americans in Florida's cattle industry.
The Florida Agricultural Museum -- with its rustic charm, horses, and hayrides -- rents space for events, weddings, and corporate parties. The scenic lake is the backdrop for wedding ceremonies while the covered, open air 5,000 square foot barn is a spacious reception space with seating for up to 170 people.
Capacity: Up to 200 guests, seated or 299 standing.