Please note: Museum closed for Easter Sunday (20th)

Image of Photo of Female Railroad Workers during WWI by Joseph Elam Stimson, Courtesy of Wyoming State Archives
WW-I: Girl Railroad Labor - Cheyenne, Wyoming - May 19, 1918
Photograph by Joseph Elam Stimson 1870-1952
Wyoming State Archives, Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources

New Exhibit:

Waiting for the Train: Henry Flagler and the Florida East Coast Railway

Thursday, April 3 - Sunday, May 11, 2014 (Full details).


Welcome to the Beaches Museum & History Park home on the web. We are the large two-story yellow building at 4th and Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, next to the steam engine train enclosure, a train depot, a two-story house, and the newly restored Beaches Museum Chapel, where you can have weddings, recitals, presentation programs, or other uses. Most of our buildings are available for rental.

Hopefully our menu will guide you through our web site to find the most common items. You can learn a lot about our events, exhibits, our facilities and tours right here on the web. The links at the bottom of each page may help get you to other resources, including the site map. If you are looking for anything but cannot locate it, please contact us.

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