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To collect, preserve and share the heritage of the Palm Harbor area. Local history comes alive at the Palm Harbor Museum. We care about our cultural heritage, a rich history of fishing, railroads, oranges and early families who settled here. Changing museum displays highlight our Florida beginning's. Display's provide self-guided learning and discovery experiences for residents and visitors. The Palm Harbor Museum is located in the 101-year-old Hartley House that once was home for a judge's family and citrus ladder factory and now features a turn of the century parlor, Museum artifact collection, local oral history stories and memories.
We are focused on best practices for education, renovation and preservation. The Museum is operated by the Palm Harbor Historical Society, organized in 1983. The society has an ambitious future growth plan that incorporates the story of our past and present day community. This society is growing our community connections, tourism, identity, and keeping it all in trust for the future.