A visit to the Amelia Island Museum will give you a lively, interactive, and exciting understanding of why this is called the "Isle of 8 Flags." From the indigenous Timucuans to the powerful Spanish, from Frenchman Ribault's tenure to the Kingsley Plantation, which was managed by a former female slave, you will find original documents, dioramas, and interpretive explanations which lead you through an
exciting history peppered by pirates, intrigue, and costumes for kids! A tour with a docent will enhance your experience ten fold. And, if you are annoyed with a family member, this is an old jail, so there is a cell in which you might consider housing them
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