Overlooking the magnificent Indian River in Museum Point Park, the Regional History Center offers a glimpse at the foundation of our community. From our earliest known residents, the Ais Indians to the Creek and later the Seminoles, you can see their lifestyle in the artifacts and displays. Trace the rise of the fishing industry and the failed efforts at making us the "Pineapple Capital of the World." Go shopping in Cobb's General Store or take a walk down Main Street, past the doctor's office and the printing press. Step back into the 1900's with a tour of the fully furnished Gardner House.
The St. Lucie County Regional History Center will be closed Saturday, March 3, as volunteers celebrate the St. Lucie County Historical Society’s 65th Anniversary.
Thanks to the St. Lucie Historical Society, the St. Lucie County Regional History Center is open.
If you are interested in volunteering, please call 772-461-8020 or visit http://www.stluciehistoricalsociety.org/.