Since its beginning in 1967, Cracker Trail Museum has collected over 4,000 items related to pioneer-era Florida history. Each item is maintained either within glass enclosed cases or strategically placed around the floor of the museum. Many of the larger items are provided in a setting that would be reminiscent of pioneer living. The items are identified with a tag that not only gives its description, but includes the name of the person who donated it. Proper records are maintained, so at any time, a guest may inquire about a certain item donated by a family member and its location can be retrieved through its computer data base. This procedure is used many times within the course of a month to assist family members for viewing a loved one’s acquisition.
Open Monday - Friday 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Marlene Hyde- Museum Coordinator
2822 Museum Dr
Zolfo Springs, FL 33890
Office Phone (863 ) 473-5076
General Admission: $3 plus tax
Children under 5: Free