~ 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)
THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED THIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20TH FOR ONE DAY ONLY FOR BIKETOBERFEST. WE WILL BE OPEN FOR REGULAR HOURS THE FOLLOWING TUESDAY. COME SEE US!
Our current exhibit at the museum
through November 10, 2018
Early Dreamers of Halifax Country
~ 1865 - 1917 ~
Original Photographic Prints from 1883 through 1906
by the first resident photographer in
E. G. Harris.
Museum Hours listed below!
The Halifax Historical Society Museum
is having a
40% Off Fundraiser Sale in the Museum Gift Shop.
Everything over $5 is 40% Off until the end of August!!
(Except books, notecards and items $5 an under!)
Give the gift of a Halifax Historical Society Membership.
Family and Friends will be so glad you did.
COME SEE US!
We look forward to seeing you in the museum.
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!
Parking in the Palmetto Avenue Parking lot.
The museum is wheelchair accessible.
CALL 386-255-6976 or E-mail - email@example.com
Exhibits and special events at HHSM are sponsored by
Volusia County Cultural Council,
State of Florida Department of Cultural Affairs,
Brown & Brown Insurance
Our website is sponsored by Alternate Image.
We are grateful for their continued support.
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.