St. Augustine Surf Culture and History Museum
After finding an 1915 article in the "St. Augustine Record" referencing surfing, the St. Augustine Historical Society realized one of St. Augustine's favorite pastimes has been around far longer than most people realized. Staff members conducted oral history interviews and created a digital surf culture community on Facebook to facilitate conversations -- and the St. Augustine Surf Culture and History Museum was born.
The interactive museum interprets more than fifty oral histories, hundreds of historical images, film, music, artifacts, memorabilia, trophies, articles, and historic surf boards. Located in the Oldest House Museum Complex, admission to the Oldest House Museum Complex includes a guided tour of Florida's Oldest House, a detailed history museum, ornamental gardens, a rotating exhibit gallery, surf museum, Marineland history exhibit, and the museum store.
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