Florida History Tours at Cracker Country
Advanced Registration Required.
Come stroll through rural Florida's history.
We welcome groups of all kinds! Bring your book club, garden club, scout group, family or friends for a visit!
Knowledgeable, friendly guides dressed in historic clothing will take your group on a stroll through buildings and grounds that represent a rural Florida community of the late 19th century.
Tours can be customized for adult and/or youth groups.
A minimum of 15 participants is required for a reserved program. Groups with fewer participants may be booked for a minimum program fee (equivalent to 15 paid admissions).
Please contact us for more information.
About Cracker Country
Cracker Country is Tampa’s only living history museum and is located on the Florida State Fairgrounds. It was founded with the purpose of preserving Florida’s rural heritage in 1978 by Mildred W. & Doyle E. Carlton, Jr. The museum holds a collection of 13 original buildings dating from 1870-1912 which were relocated from across the state of Florida. Our buildings range from public buildings like our Terry Store and Okahumpka Train Depot, to private buildings like our Carlton and Smith homes. Today, the historically furnished buildings recreate the lifestyles of the past, and costumed interpreters portray daily living as Florida pioneers.
Date(s): October 3, 2017 - December 7, 2017
Hours: 1:30 PM
4800 Hwy 301 N
Tampa, FL 33610