Through artifacts and photographs you can meet American Indians, pioneers, entrepreneurs, and anglers who played roles in southwest Florida development. Exhibits and a short film chronicle the tremendous feat of building the Tamiami Trail across mosquito-ridden, gator-infested Everglades wetlands. Permanent displays and monthly exhibits rotate works of local artists. The museum is housed in the Laundry Building, completed in 1927 and once used for washing linens from the
Rod and Gun Club and Everglades Inn.
105 W. Broadway, Everglades City, Florida, 34139, United States