Brevard Museum

Beaches, Creatures, and Cowboys: Florida Movie Posters Sept 15 - Dec 15

Beaches, Creatures, and Cowboys: Florida Movie Posters - September 15th - December 15th. This exhibit, from the Museum of Florida History, depicts some of Florida's most famous films from the early 1920s to the present. Producers have been making films in Florida since the dawn of the film industry. For a short time in the early twentieth century, Florida even rivaled California as th place for movie making.

Greetings from Florida

Memorabilia, souvenirs, and Floridiana from the post-WWII/pre-Disney tourism boom.

In this exhibit you will:

  • View over 250 pieces of Floridiana. 
  • Design your own souvenir plate.
  • Answer Florida tourism questions.
  • Snap a photo
  • Tell us where you've visited

One Room Schoolhouse

Mrs. Goode's Class: What were one-room schoolhouses like? Students in grades 1-8 all learned together. The oldest sat in the back, and the youngest in the front. They learned history, reading, writing, geography, and arithmetic. The room was heated by a wood burning stove. 

Past Exhibit - Sufin' FLA: A Celebration of Surfing in Cocoa Beach and the Sunshine State

 

Courtesy of the Florida Surf Museum, Surfin' FLA is a glimpse into the story of surfing in Florida. It is a collective narrative of passion and fascination with both a sport, and way of life. For over 100 years, surfing has played a definitive role in shaping the state and the Space Coast.

Inside the exhibit:

  • Learn about the role surfing has played on the Space Coast.
  • See pictures and videos of Florida surfers.
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