Take a Video Tour of Our Magnificent Museums
The museums in Franklin County Florida are temporarily closed, but our content is available 24/7. Want a closer look inside the Forgotten Coast’s treasured museums and historical sites? Check out our Museum Video Series hosted by Trinity Hardy. These enlightening videos will take you on a brief tour of each Franklin County museum, including The Raney House Museum, The Orman House Museum, John Gorrie Museum State Park, Carrabelle History Museum and Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum, as well as our two historic lighthouses: Cape St. George Light and Crooked River Lighthouse. Discover the rich historical significance of each site and get a glimpse of the unique artifacts, memorabilia and exhibits showcased inside these fascinating museums.
Raney House Museum
Carrabelle History Museum
Orman House Museum
Carrabelle Lighthouse Museum
John Gorrie Museum
Estuarine Research Reserve
St. George Lighthouse Museum
Camp Gordon Johnston
RELAX & STAY AWHILE
From a quaint beach cottage to a luxurious beachfront villa, Florida's Forgotten Coast offers a variety of places to stay.
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Circa 1900 historic hotel located in the heart of Carrabelle. Choose one of five themed rooms, each with a private bath. Cable TV and high speed WiFi internet access in all rooms. Spend time in the spacious common areas of the house, the private Key West style courtyard, “Monkey Bar” and wraparound verandas. Then enjoy a hot cooked-to-order breakfast from…Learn More
House of Tartts Guest House and Carriage House is located in the historic district in Apalachicola, Florida and is steps from the river and the areas best dining and shopping. The Main House – Choose one of three rooms each with a private bath or rent the entire house. Enjoy the kitchen, porches, w/d, tv/dvd and garden. The Carriage House…Learn More
Riverwood Suites is located in the newly restored Historic Baltimore House built in 1908. While leaving the original rustic look on the outside, the inside is a mixture of rustic and romantic chic. Each room has a unique headboards made from reclaimed wood, old metal ceiling tiles, corrugated metal and old reclaimed barn door. All rooms have California King Beds…Learn More
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Discover the Forgotten Coast's authentic, Old Florida charm at more than 100 annual events and festivals, that highlight our natural resources, culture and history. Click here to see all events
Carrabelle High School Exhibit Carrabelle
Starting the 4th of July weekend, the Carrabelle History Museum will present a special new exhibit featuring Carrabelle High School memorabilia. This exhibit will be on display at the museum starting Friday, July 3 at 10 am. It is part of the new and expanded Family Life Room with high…Learn More
Full Moon Climb Carrabelle
The Crooked River Lighthouse is bringing back their popular Full Moon Lighthouse Climb events starting Sunday, August 2nd, from 7-10 pm in Carrabelle, FL. Visitors can enjoy this opportunity to see the gorgeous natural surroundings of the St. George Sound, Carrabelle Beach, and Dog Island, under the night sky at…Learn More
POSTPONED: Independence Eve Celebration Apalachicola
Apalachicola Main Street presents Apalachicola’s Independence Eve Celebration on Labor Day at Riverfront Park starting at 5 p.m. The event features live music, food trucks, a parade, ice cream social, veterans’ tribute, a performance of the National Anthem, and the best fireworks show on the Forgotten Coast. This Apalachicola tradition…Learn More
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If you’re looking for a hip and historical vacation destination with tons of things to see and do, head down to awesome Apalachicola. This picturesque…Read More
Florida’s Forgotten Coast is back in business, and we offer some of most breathtaking and uncrowded beaches in the Sunshine State! If you’re on the…Read More