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A wonderful visit

Really enjoyed our visit. A short drive from Jacksonville and St Augustine it is well worth the... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2018
Joe H
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St. Augustine, Florida
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Great Little Museum

The size of this place is deceptive. It is chock full of gems! Nicely organized from the Seminole... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2018
msrbhall
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White Springs, Florida
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Reviewed 7 January 2018

This place is a gem. It is very small but there is so much inside...We particularly enjoyed the models. My three year old enjoyed the vehicles outside. You are taken through a guided tour with an excellent guide. They need more volunteers to stay open. Admission is donation only, but be generous because they depend on it!

Thank Elle S
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Reviewed 1 August 2017

LOCATED ON THE WW2 NAVY BASE NAAS LEE FIELD, later NAAS GREEN COVE SPRINGS, it's both an indoor and outdoor museum. View both and enjoy the adjacent port facilities and rail lines.
A combination training base during WW2 ships could be loaded nearby as well as freight moving into the base.

Thank JohnKBachmann
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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

A small but awesome museum on the grounds of the old naval station there in Green Cove Springs. It was cool to read about the base and how active it was duribg World War II. Also liked the how the museum was laid out to where you start reading about early military conflicts at the front and worked your way through history. Spent about 45 minutes there. Free admission but donations are always appreciated.

Thank T W
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Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

This is an amazing little gem in the heart of Clay County! The amount of information will astound you: the displays are so interesting & varied (from the Revolutionary War to the present). They are sequentially arranged so you feel as though you are walking through military history in a day. Visit often as the displays are changed from time to time. The vehicles seem to be a special hit with all visitors! Don't miss this place; plan to take your grandchildren so they can experience true history of the US!

Thank N6113JBjerryc
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Reviewed 23 March 2017 via mobile

They were closed to remodel when we arrived, the men too time out of their busy day to give our boys an Awesome informative tour, the Scouts will talk about for year. Thank you all so much great place

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