“a living-history museum”
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, a living-history museum in Blountstown, Florida, has a collection of 18 historical buildings, dating from 1820 to the 1940s. Now arranged on five acres to replicate an idyllic farm community, the buildings were moved from their original locations throughout Calhoun County. During the year, the Settlement is home to numerous events and festivals, and offers classes on the trades and crafts of the past.
While interesting there is little signage to tell you what you are seeing and their significance. Probably should have taken a paid tour instead of wandering around be ourselves. The country store is worth a stop as they make their own jams and jellies on site.
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Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Museum
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