~ Halifax Historical Society Museum ~
"Preserving your history everyday".
As Seen on the Travel Channel's "Mysteries at the Museum"
252 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
(Between Magnolia & Orange Avenues)
Happy New Year
from all of us to you!
Hope to see you in the museum very soon.
Not-for-profit - Halifax Historical Society Museum
Hiring an Administrative Assistant
Administrative Assistant: Museum needs an experienced Administrative Assistant, able to multi-task. Good computer skills, Microsoft Office a must. Good communication skills. Ability to climb high stairs to second floor carrying boxes of 25 lbs. a must. Non-smokers only. 35 hours per week, salary $10 an hour.
Sorry - no benefits.
Tuesday - Saturday. Hours weekly: 10:15 am to 5:15 pm five days a week. Some evenings required. Must have lived locally and know directions from all over the Halifax Area. References required. Apply: Halifax Historical Society Museum, Phone: 386-255-6976, or mail resumes to:email@example.comAttention: Fayn LeVeille, Museum Director
Give the gift of a Halifax Historical Society Membership.
Family and Friends will love learning about
their own history.
Tuesday ~ Friday: 10:30 am ~ 4:30 pm
Saturday: 10 am ~ 4:00 pm
$7 Adults, $1 Children 12 & under!
Thursdays - Admission is by donation.
Saturdays - Adults $7 - Children 12 & under are free!
Plan to spend at least one and a half hours
with us. You'll be so glad you did! COME SEE US!
Parking in the Palmetto Avenue Parking lot.
The museum is wheelchair accessible.
CALL 386-255-6976 or E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibits and special events at HHSM are sponsored by
Volusia County Cultural Council,
State of Florida Department of Cultural Affairs,
Brown & Brown Insurance
The museum's permanent exhibits presents the history of the greater Daytona Beach area
known as Halifax Country with artifacts dating from 5,000 B.C.E.
- The local Native Americans, the Timucuans
- The Spanish and British colonial eras
The Museum offers a research facility with old city directories and documents as well as an extensive photographic and postcard collection.
Housed in the former 1910 Merchants Bank building, the two-story interior walls are graced with hand-painted murals depicting area scenes, and highlighted by Beaux Arts styling of stained glass windows and lighting. The building is a destination in itself. You don't want to miss it.