Pioneer Museum News

Pioneer Florida Museum, Dade City, Florida - Pioneer Days, Hummingbird Festival,
  1. Kathy Watts and grandchildren 12 2021

     

    Take a quick video tour:
    Sky High Drone Video of the Pioneer Florida Museum
     
     
      
     

    The Pioneer Florida Museum & Village Video

    Florida Nature Coast Drone Video 

    https://www.fox13news.com/video/869438

    Cowboy Day Video: https://www.fox13news.com/video/1041187

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      2020dadecityopoly5

    Games are now on sale at half price $20 each, shipping is $11, pickup (free) at the Pioneer Florida Museum gift shop.  PayPal.Me/PioneerFloridaMuseum

    Pickup at this address:

    Address: 15602 Pioneer Museum Road, Dade City, FL 33523    (352)567-0262

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    kidsoutandabout 2022

     

    Self-guided tours daily

    Guided tours by appointment for groups of 10 or more. (by appt.)

    Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm

    Please arrive by 3:30 pm to tour the museum. Closed most holidays.

    Wheelchair accessible

    No pets 

     

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    COVID-19

    The health and welfare of our staff, volunteers and visitors is our highest priority. Bring your hand sanitizer. The Pioneer Florida Museum is now open for guests. Please follow social distance guidelines, we have plenty of room, 6+ acres of outdoor and indoor space. We sanitize common areas frequently throughout the day.

    Please take these steps to protect yourself & others from COVID-19: use your hand sanitizer/wash hands frequently, and social distance!                              

    If you are sick, please stay home! #COVIDStopsWithMe                                        

    More COVID info: https://www.pascocountyfl.net/ or https://cdc.gov  

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     Aerial View of Pioneer Florida Museum
    It is located on a 20-acre wooded hillside and has over ten main buildings. Eight buildings are historically significant and were moved from surrounding Pasco County communities to the museum grounds. 

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