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We stopped by on a Sunday and it was really nice browsing through the museum. There was a lady there who led us through several exhibits - special thanks to her for her outstanding help. Pretty fascinating story of Stuart.
I love this museum. Location is perfect to spend some time looking at the deep history of Stuart and then shopping and dining in the next block. Cute shops and nice restaurants. The museum director is very informative as she is from Stuart. The museum...More
The 1901 building that was previously a feed store and a general store is filled with local history and memorabilia of time gone by. Very interesting and the lady who went around with us knew her stuff and made history come alive with anecdotes about...More
The docents were very nice and welcoming and gave a brief history of the building. The building contained a lot of local history but was very poorly displayed which made it difficult to make sense of it.
Treasures everywhere, all in the eyes of the beholder. Interesting stories thru out. That Ashley gang would have made any big city proud. My wife who is in the school system loved the rules for school teachers, a must read for a good laugh.
I’ve always been curious about this places and decided to check it out as history has become intriguing to me over the years. Polite and informative staff and will answer any questions big or small you may have. There are small local shops up and...More
Had I not had young grandchildren with me, I would have stayed longer. The artifacts were wonderfull for an old guy like me. The kids didn't know what a "princess phone' was!! Of most of he stuff that we older people grew up with cans...More
There was so much local history packed into the building that you might miss some of it. The day we went was coffee and donuts for local seniors to some of the exhibits were hard to see, but it was still very enjoyable. Lots of...More